The light raincoat works all year round to protect dogs of all breeds, and even in summer rains, because it provides great protection without the heat of a heavier raincoat. Hurtta raincoats protect the dog's back, neck, and sides as well as the chest and stomach area. The soft and adjustable tricot collar prevents water from running down the dog's neck. The wide belly flap protects against mud and sand and keeps the coat firmly in place, without interfering with the dog's natural movement.
The rain jacket provides quick and easy dressing, making it suitable for daily use, quick leash runs, or longer trips, whenever you need to keep your dog dry in rainy conditions. The raincoat is equally good for dogs with long or soft fur, and even for dogs with sensitive skin that needs to be protected from getting wet. Some dog breeds have long and weather-resistant fur, such as the German Spitz and the long-haired Dachshund, but you may even want to protect their fur, for example, in heavy rain when going to hobbies or exhibitions.
An unlined dog raincoat proves to be a highly practical piece of apparel that can benefit many dog owners. In addition to its slick exterior which is designed to repel water, an unlined raincoat will typically have a similarly slick interior to prevent a dog's fur from tangling. This is particularly advantageous for breeds with long, soft fur, such as the Maltese.
It also benefits- various other breeds, making the unlined dog rain jacket an indispensable part of canine care. Notably thin and lightweight, an unlined raincoat is invaluable during rainy summer days, especially for dogs with thick fur, like the Bernese Mountain Dog. Although these breeds don't need extra insulation, the protection from wet weather and mud is much appreciated, especially if you don't want to bring that wetness and mud into your home. Plus, the unlined dog raincoat's thin and compact design makes it especially convenient for travel and hikes, accommodating trail buddies such as German Pointers and Cocker Spaniels.