The Best Winter Coats For Dogs and Cats

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There’s nothing worse than getting back from your walk and your dog is soaked and dirty, in need of a bath. Especially in the colder season when they’re wet and cold. Fortunately, you can get a stylish winter coat for your four-legged best friend, suitable for urban, suburban, and country walks.

Here are some of the best winter coats you can treat your pet to this winter, from a classic countryside Barbour jacket to well-insulated coats suitable for shorter-haired dogs.

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Frisco Portland Insulated Dog & Cat Park


coats for dogs and cats

$23.99, Chewy

Why we like it:

  • Machine washable
  • Various sizes available

This well-insulated parka is available in three colors, Olive, Dusty Pink, and Crimson. The best part — it’s east to clean! Just make sure to follow the instructions on their site to find the correct size for your dog.

One reviewer wrote: “My Bichone is 17 lbs. If you follow the instructions for measuring your dog you shouldn’t have any problems. I have washed this jacket several times, and it looks great after every wash. It dries quickly in the dryer too. I am satisfied with this winter jacket for my girl.”


Mountain Classic Dog Parka, Colorblock


coats for dogs and cats

$24.95, L.L.Bean

Why we like it:

  • Weather resistant
  • Insulated
  • Reversible

This Mountain Classic Dog Parka provides protection from harsh weather conditions and comfort for your pooch. The reversible design means you can use either side, depending on your fur friend’s style.

One reviewer wrote: “We bought a fleece from LL Bean for our terrier mix and he absolutely loved it. We decided as the weather gets colder we needed to upgrade for him. We had to come back to LL Bean. This jacket was absolutely perfect for him. It fits him perfectly and keeps him warm even when temperatures flirt at 0 degrees. Love how it is reversible and that there are reflector lines on the jacket so you can see him when it is dark.”


Frisco Insulated Quilted Bomber Dog & Cat Coat


coats for dogs and cats

$19.99, Chewy

Why we like it:

  • Water-resistant polyester 
  • Soft fleece lining
  • hook-and-loop fasteners at the belly to help you get the best fit.

This stylish, insulated dog coat uses a hook-and-loop fastening system to help get the best fit for your pet. It also features short sleeves and mini pockets, because puppers love pockets too!

One reviewer wrote: “My princess loves this jacket, as soon as she put it on she went right to sleep. Really comfortable and easy to put on (take less than 30 seconds even with an energetic husky) #chewyteamrated”


Reversible Field Coat for Dogs


coats for dogs and cats

$29.95, L.L.Bean

Why we like it

  • 100% cotton canvas.
  • 80-gram polyester cotton flannel.
  • Yarn-dyed plaid for stay-true color
  • Machine wash and dry

The outer material is made from a canvas, while the interior a cozy fleece to keep your dog warm. Plus it’s reversible, so you don’t need to worry about the fleece discoloring — the yarn-dyed plaid will stay-true to color.

One reviewer wrote: “I am so impressed with this coat! It fits my dog perfectly and looks great (matches my own field coat). But mostly it’s durable, which is great for the dog park when he is roughhousing with the other pups. And it is much thicker than I expected, so great for him on really cold days. Highly recommended!”


Barbour Quilted Dog Coat


coats for dogs and cats

$65.00, Barbour

Why we like it:

  • Quilted coat to keep your pup stylish and comfortable on walks
  • Tartan lining adds style and warmth for comfort in cold temps
  • Adjustable waist strap and hook-and-loop neck for a secure fit

This classic, high-end Barbour dog’s jacket features a fold-back corduroy collar which adds both style and warmth. The olive-tone quilted jacket paired with the collar are classic Barbour, as is its almost indestructible construction.

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