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Durable Dog Jackets, Parkas & Coats

Orvis dog jackets help keep your pet comfortable and safe. Explore our parkas and raincoats for dogs to find top-quality options for challenging conditions. Choose a dog coat to keep your companion drier and warmer in wet weather, or give him an extra layer of protection against briars and thorns in a vest made specifically for a hunting or working dog. Suit up your furry best friend in a quilted waxed cotton dog jacket for cold, wet days.

The dog jackets in our collection are designed for easy on-and-off, so you won’t find anything binding or cumbersome here. We also include safety jackets made to improve your dog’s visibility in low light or rainy scenarios, and a dog saddlebag for your buddy to tote his own belongings on the trail. Fleece options provide a bit of warmth for cooler days, indoors and out. When he’s on the boat with you, clip on his blaze orange life vest for absolute safety.

Are Dog Jackets Necessary?

For some dogs, yes. While nature gives dogs coats of their own, some are simply insufficient to combat the most frigid temperatures, to say nothing of messy rain and snow. A thick-coated dog breed in good health may not need a dog jacket, but a smaller breed with a short or thin coat will benefit from an extra cozy layer in inclement weather. Consider your dog’s activity level, coat thickness and color, and how much time he spends outdoors in cold, snow, or rain.

Dog jackets aren’t merely for warmth—hunting canines earn an advantage with a protective layer to shield them from the underbrush and outdoor hazards, and our early-morning jogging companions gain extra visibility wearing a reflective safety jacket.

What’s the Best Jacket for a Dog?

Choosing the right dog jacket boils down to the specific dog and his environment. Our heavier styles help insulate dogs who enjoy outdoor activities during the winter. A fleece dog coat is a great option for a breed with shorter hair or a more sensitive disposition. It also makes an excellent choice for an older, less active dog who generates less body heat through exertion. And the sartorial-minded dog owner will be pleased to find classic dog coats in plaid and waxed cotton styles.

How To Measure Your Dog for a Jacket

To ensure your dog’s jacket fits properly, take a few measurements. While he is standing, measure his:

  • Neck – the circumference where his collar rests
  • Girth – around the widest part of his chest
  • Length – the length of his back, from his collar to the base of his tail

Check an individual dog jacket to see which measurement you should use to determine fit—while most designs require your dog’s length or girth, others specify a weight range. A well-fitted coat allows for freedom of movement and does not pinch or bunch. The fit should be snug enough to prevent catching, but not too tight.

When the weather turns foul, turn to our collection of dog jackets and parkas and discover the exceptional quality and performance you’ve come to expect of Orvis.