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Waterproof clothes for dogs
Nobody enjoys going out in the rain, least of all our dogs. Waterproof clothes for dogs is a great way to keep your pooch comfortable and dry no matter the weather outside. Dog rain coats are comfortable, waterproof and can be worn when taking your dog out to the toilet, or getting out for a walk.
Pet Circle stocks a huge variety of dog waterproof clothing online in a great range of styles, sizes and colours to suit every dog's individual needs.
Best waterproof clothes for dogs based on our customer reviews
|Kazoo Coat Rainy Days Yellow||I'm happy with the rain coat, I wasn't sure how my dog would react ,but she was fine wearing it.- FIONA|
If you are looking for something different, there is a great variety of clothing options for your dog. Whether you are looking for a different wardrobe staple like a dog jacket or dog jumper for winter or a cooling vest and sun protection for the summer time.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How to stop wet dog smell?
If your dog been playing in the rain or splashing around in the pool, you may have noticed a distinct smell on your pooch. That classic 'wet dog smell' is unmistakable and, at times, a little undesirable.
Similar to humans, dogs also have a skin microbiome which is made up of millions of microorganisms that live on the skin of your dog. These bugs also produce chemical compounds, which in a dry dog are not terribly noticeable but, when wet, can be more pungent. These little bacteria, yeast and fungi do serve an important function in keeping your dog's skin healthy.
When moisture is added to the mix, these microorganisms can proliferate and the odour-causing chemical substances they produce can be released from the skin and coat, causing quite a detectable odour.
To reduce the 'wet dog smell,' you can try to limit the times your dog is exposed to damp conditions like rain and swimming. If your dog is wet, drying off the coat completely and in a timely manner can also help reduce the smell. Using a soap-free dog shampoo can help gently cleanse the coat, without stripping the skin and coat of its natural oils. Try to avoid bathing your dog more than once weekly unless directed by your vet. Remember to dry your dog thoroughly to reduce the 'wet dog smell' lingering.
If you notice any changes to your dog's smell, it is important to address this with your veterinarian. There are many medical conditions which can change how our dogs will smell to us, particularly infection.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In-House Veterinarian