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Dog Coats & Dog Clothing
If you’re the proud owner of a pampered pooch, you’ll want to get your paws on OnBuy’s range of dog coats and dog clothing. Designed to keep them warm whatever the weather, whilst showing off their solid style credentials (someone call the puparazzi!), these paw-fect pieces will leave you spoiled for choice…
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About Dog Coats
Here at OnBuy, we take dog fashion seriously - which is why we’ve put together the ultimate one-stop dog clothing shop, brimming with wardrobe heroes your furry friend will simply love rocking. With head-turning outerwear and statement add-ons among our top picks, your pup will be Vanity Fur-ready in no time!
As the nights draw in and temperatures cool, you’ll want to ensure your best friend is dressed for the weather. Browse our snazzy dog coats, dog jackets and plus dog jumpers in our enormous collection of dog supplies.
If your best friend is only a baby, don’t fret! We also have a great range of puppy clothes in tiny sizes, perfect for providing your pint-sized partner in crime with comfort, cosiness and ultra-cute credentials!
Frequently asked questions about dog coats
Do dogs really need coats?
While large breeds with thick fur can face harsh weather without issues, most medium breeds and small breeds can benefit from the extra warmth provided by dog coats, particularly if they’re young or senior animals.
At what temperature does a dog need a coat?
If your dog is sensitive to cold weather, it is recommended to use dog coats if the temperature drops below 10 degrees Celsius. Bear in mind that things like windchill will have a big impact on what the temperature feels like for your dog.
How do I know if my dog needs a winter coat?
If your dog is showing signs of discomfort like shivering, limping or slowing down, or even anxious behaviour, when they’re outside, that’s a good indication that they need a coat. Unless your dog is bred specifically for cold weather, like the Alaskan Malamute, they’ll probably need a coat in winter. If your dog seems too hot when wearing their coat you can always take it off them.
How do I get my dog to wear a coat?
First, show your dog the coat and allow them to sniff it while giving out treats and praise. Then, allow your dog to touch the coat so they become familiar with the material. Once the dog is familiar with the coat and isn’t showing any signs of distress you should be ready to put it on them.
How do I choose the right coat for my dog?
Measure the circumference of your dog’s neck and rib cage, as well as the distance between their neck and the base of their tail. Opt for coats made from materials that are breathable and comfortable.