Is it okay for dogs to wear clothes?
If your dog feels comfortable and is happy wearing clothes, then there is no harm in putting them in a jumper or jacket! Dog clothing can help your precious pooch stay warm and comfy, however, some dogs with shorter hair or skin conditions may experience friction against clothing causing irritation, therefore putting them in clothing should be avoided.
How to measure a dog for clothes?
We make measuring your dog for Joules dog clothes nice and easy with our sizing guide, containing dog coat sizes, dog collar sizes, and dog bed and mattress sizes. Explore our size guide here!
Which dog breeds need winter coats?
Different breeds feel the cold during the autumn and winter months more than others. It is mostly short-haired breeds that may need a dog winter coat to keep them cosy and warm. The most common breeds are Great Danes, Beagles, Pugs, French Bulldogs, and Chihuahuas; however, it can vary depending on the character and age of your precious pooch.
How do you know if your dog needs a jumper?
Keeping a close eye on your dog's body language should highlight whether they need an extra layer of warmth. If your dog feels cold to touch or it looks like they’re shivering, a dog sweater or jumper will come in handy. Some dogs need a dog jumper inside as well as outdoors.