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Learn More about Our Tweed Dog Jackets

Learn More about Our Tweed Dog Jackets

Getting in the Christmas spirit but also need to stay practical? Wrap up in style with our selection of Tweed Jackets! Browse the jackets here.

A premium dog coat that is lighter and softer then our wax coat, makes a great must have for city dogs that won’t be hitting up the muddy banks but will be walking through the blistery winds of Hyde park! Made from premium Scottish woollen tweed and Sherpa Fleece lining, this jacket is ideal to keep your dog super warm this winter. This coat is as warm as it is stylish; with easy Velcro attachments for the chest and an adjustable around the waist strap, it’s easy to take this jacket for on the go.

luxury dog jackets

Photos from Alfie

Add our Tweed Jacket to your pups Christmas list, it’ll get any dog and dog owner in the mood for that festive spirit. For those who prefer a subtle look, try the Vermont for that seasonal yet lasting classic colour. The Vermont has a dark blue and green base with red stripes, and is just Green enough to get away with it in the festive season but also perfect to wear during other months too.

premium dog coat

Photos from Geronimo

For those of you who want the full blown Christmas experience, opt for our Lumberjack Tweed Dog Jacket, in a brilliant Royal Red and black check. It is also bang on trend currently, with Lumberjack being the go to shirt style throughout colder weather. Why should your pooch have to miss out on the ultimate fashion?

lumberjack dog jacket

Photos from Dolly and SpanielLife

Just like our Wax Jackets, this item is sustainably made and sourced within the UK. Our jackets are suitable for a full range of sizing from the small 8” (Chihuahua) for the larger Size 20” (Dalmatian).

How to care for your jacket: Hand wash your jacket in cold water, with a little drop of detergent if it gets muddy. Do not bleach & do not tumble dry to avoid it being ruined. Let it hang dry naturally and iron on a very low setting if need be.

Scottish tweed jacket

Photo by Cinni

Our jackets are available both online and to pick up in store.

Blog posted on Tuesday 14th November 2017