Need anything else?
Dog Clothes products have an average rating of 4.5 / 5.0 from 306 reviews
Pet Circle stocks a huge variety of dog clothes for every occasion, in a great range of sizes and styles to fit all breeds: from cavoodles, pomeranians, frenchies, and staffies all the way to greyhounds and larger dogs!
Some trendy accessories allow your pet's personality to shine like bow-ties,bandanas and costumes. To keep your dog comfortable during the cooler months of the year, a fluffy jumper or coat is a perfect addition to their winter wardrobe. During the warmer months, protecting your dog's feet with dog shoes and remembering the sun protection is a must for your pooch. If you are heading out on the water, a dog life jacket will help keep your pooch safe too.
FAQ's about dog clothes
Do dogs need clothes?
In Australia, there is huge variation between the seasons and climates depending on your location. Dog clothes can have a number of uses to help our pets live comfortably.
In the cooler climates, your dog may need a jumper or coat to feel comfortable, especially when your dog is very lean, or a small or short-coated sparsely-haired dogs. This is also the case for dogs with arthritis or health conditions. Explore our range of winter dog clothes.
Similarly, if you are in a warmer climate your dog may benefit from a cooling vest to help them feel comfortable in the heat. If you are heading out on the water, a life jacket is very important to keep them safe.
Is putting clothes on dogs cruel?
Dog clothing can serve a useful purpose, for example, dogs who feel the cold can benefit from a dog coat during cooler weather. Anxious or stress-prone dogs can be placed in an anxiety wrap to help alleviate these feelings. After an operation, your pet may have stitches which are itchy. Clean pet clothing can help add a protective barrier if your dog is able to scratch at an incision with their feet.
If your pet shows signs of discomfort, stress or anxiety when wearing clothing, you should not be dressing your dog in unnecessary outfits. Additionally, if the clothing or costume will be uncomfortable for your dog, it is best to forget it altogether. Monitoring your dog's behaviour is the best way to gauge if they are comfortable to wear clothing, as it won't suit every dog.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In-House Veterinarian