Every breed is different and every dog coat has its own unique features which may benefit your dog more than others. To help you decide which coat is best for your dog, we have put together a simple guide on when your dog will need a coat and which type is best for them.
Older Dogs and Puppies
Padded or quilted dog coats offer extra warmth and protection on colder days due to their added insulation qualities. If your dog is older in age or a young pup, an insulated padded jacket will provide them with the extra protection they need when the weather turns that bit colder. Available in waterproof and showerproof variations.
Waxed dog coats not only protect your dog from bitter winds, they also offer protection from other elements such as rain and snow. Easy to wipe and keep clean wax dog coats are a great choice for active dogs who have a tendency to get dirty when out in the field. John Partridge offer a variety of waxed colours from traditional country wax to stylish maroon.
Long Haired Dogs
If your dog is long haired it may not require a jacket for warmth, but a lightweight waterproof dog coat will help keep those long locks dry and less matted when out walking in damp, muddy locations.