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Winter Dog Coats

Keep your pup warm this winter with these handmade sherpa-lined flannel coats! These coats are inner and top-stitched for quality and durability. These winter coats are not only going to keep your dog protected from the winter weather, but they are a come in 30+ Fabric Choices. as well as upgrades to add functionality and style. You have the option of a custom dog coat to fit your pup's exact size (see measurement guide), as well as standard sizes (XXS-3XL). Check out finished coats here!

Harness D-rings: +15.00

 If you prefer to use the coat as your harness, I can add on D-rings for this feature. If your dog tends to pull quite a bit on walks. It is strongly recommended to add buttons in addition to the velcro, so the velcro doesn't come undone while you are on your walk.

Change of Inner-Lining: +0-5.00

Each coat comes standard with white sherpa lining, but you can change the lining to black sherpa at no additional cost or change to a fleece lining for an additional 5.00.

Upgrades

Extended Raised Neckline: +5.00

The standard coats come with a raised neckline (between 3-4") and can be increased to accommodate for your extended coverage and protection for your pup's neck upon request.

Coat Security Options

The coat is secured with velcro on the front and girth strap, but you have the option to upgrade to functional buttons, velcro+functional buttons, or velcro+decorative buttons.

Functional ​Buttons

  • This option gives more of a secure hold than velcro 

    • Button Fasteners: $2.50 per button.

​ * Basic buttons will be used unless specific buttons are requested. If you would like to upgrade, the price will reflect the cost of the buttons.

Decorative buttons

  • This option is for decorative purpose only (no holes and not used for security)

    • $1.00 per button+ cost of buttons (if you are interested in buttons, please message me with how many you would like. Typically 4 buttons are used on smaller dogs (2 on the front strap and 2 on the girth strap) and 5 or 6 on larger dogs (2 or 3 on front strap and 3 on girth strap).​