Daily bonding with your pet is important and even more so when toughing out a rainstorm together. Aside from looking trendy at the same time, your pooch no longer has to deal with wet fur when wearing a raincoat. Choose dog clothes in a material that allows air movement and has helpful features. Plus, there's an inventory of dog supplies that are sure to be Fido approved.Dog Supplies
An anti-bark collar trains your pet to mind its manners so as not to annoy neighbours. You'll also be able to protect your dog at night with a lighted safety collar that flashes light. Sometimes, dogs concentrate too much on sniffing everything, travel away from home, and get lost. Make sure your dog's collar has a tag that includes your contact information. Feeders and fountains that dispense food and water when you're away provide a sense of security for both of you. Get rid of fleas and ticks by using sprays, tablets, or collars to combat the pesky insects and keep the pet's skin healthy.Materials
Maybe waterproofing seems like a no-brainer when it comes to raincoats, but make sure that whether you choose fleece dog raincoats or nylon dog raincoats that the material has a polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyurethane (PU), or other type of coating to repel water. The material also needs to protect the dog's skin and fur without holding in too much heat causing discomfort.Features
Rain clothing can help to lessen the symptoms of dogs suffering from canine arthritis or keep hairless and short-haired dogs warmer. Belly straps and hind-leg loops keep the clothing firmly affixed to the body, while reflective strips are a built-in safety feature to alert everyone that the animal is nearby. When dashing out in a hurry, a poncho style saves time because you aren't spending time inserting the animal's paws through holes.Brands
Look through the available brands, such as WeatherBeeta, FuzzYard, and others, to find the outerwear style and features you want. Of course, a stylish design improves your dog's image among fellow canines.