Where did the summer go? It’s gone, far away, and even me with my four legs can’t catch it. Looks like I’ll have to wait for next year.
So now that means that winter is here and all the humans are out with their fancy coats and scarves, but that doesn’t mean that us four-legged best friends can’t also be wrapped up like nice burritos (mmm burritos).
It’s on the cold days when I usually have to be dragged out of the house to go outside. If it’s cold and rainy? Forget about it. I’d rather pee on that brand new cozy rug. But there are days where despite the chilliness, you must still go outside. Like for a coffee or a mulled wine or cider, or..and bear with me, a beer.
So what do I do to keep warm? I wear nice warm clothes. Just like the humans do.
Here are a few of my winter looks. I still haven’t gotten around to wearing those dog shoes, but they look alright, maybe I’ll wear them during a wintery trip to the Highlands or the Alps.
A simple hoodie, you can’t go wrong with putting on a cotton hoodie on your furry companion during a chilly day out. I’m wearing an adidog one which feels super comfortable and comes in all sizes which is perfect for me and my giant head (just means I’m smarter!)
A dog scarf. That’s right, a dog scarf. While some of us may have thick enough fur to keep our necks warm during the winter, other dog breeds with thin coats (grey hounds, Chihuahuas), could benefit from wearing a nice cozy scarf. There are some especially made for dogs which are a bit smaller, but if you don’t want to bother going to the dog store, you can also put on a scarf for humans and it will also do the trick!
What about the harsh cold winters where a simple hoodie is not enough and you need something a bit thicker but still stylish? I got you covered.
So you may not feel the full force of winter in your city, but what if it’s a little chilly and you just want an excuse to wear something nice but not too warm? Well, humans use the smallest hint of cold weather to wear nice warm clothes even if it isn’t that cold. I got you covered!
Hope you enjoyed a few different looks at dog jumpers and coats. Stay warm during these winter months!
As a bonus, here are a few holiday jumpers I also love!