About Gold Paw Cascade Winter Dog Coat
Closeouts. Pamper your pooch with Gold Paw's Cascade winter dog coat. The stretchy knit fabric is dirt- and water-repellent, and recycled polyester in the brushed fleece lining provides Fido warmth on wintry days.
Specs about Gold Paw Cascade Winter Dog Coat
- Material: 68% polyester, 25% recycled polyester, 7% spandex or, 64% polyester, 29% recycled polyester, 7% spandex
- Weight: 6 oz.
- Made in United States of America
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Dog Coat Size Chart
|Back Length||7 - 9"||9 - 11"||11 - 13"||13 - 15"||15 - 17"||17 - 19"||19 - 21"||21 - 23"||23 - 25"||25 - 27"||27 - 31"||31 - 34"|
|Girth/Rib Cage||12 - 15"||14 - 18"||16 - 20"||17 - 22"||20 - 24"||21 - 26"||22 - 28"||24 - 30"||27 - 33"||30 - 37"||32 - 40"||34 - 43"|
Note: To Measure Girth: measure around body behind front legs. To Measure Back Length: measure from the base of neck to the base of tail.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Joe's Wife from Pacific NW on Wednesday, January 25, 2017I measured my dogs (beagles) - just as the site suggested and when the jackets arrived, they were too big. I am keeping them - I love the color AND the fabric/construction are nice.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by David from Maine on Tuesday, December 20, 2016I have a Whippet in a cold climate so a good dog coat is a must. This coat is very well made. It seemed to run a bit large, but is adjustable. The lining is super soft and the shell is flexible, making the coat very comfortable. She loves the coat!
Reviewed by aminahyaquin from West Virginia farmer, former New Yorker on Saturday, November 26, 2016This dog jacket is a lovely, cushy, water repellant exterior fabric with a soft, light, very warm fleece lining. The color is attractive, the fit is flexible and fits my hard-to-fit mini-coonhound...she LOVES it . The best thing, to me, besides the great quality oif the coat, is the ease with which it is put on. Georgia Hope is my most wiggly dog.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by IdahoSkier from Idaho on Tuesday, August 30, 2016My pup loves backcountry skiing with us, but has short hair and almost no fat. This coat is great for some extra warmth. The best feature about this coat is the adjustability around the chest and neck--he has a very deep chest and a tiny neck and waist so it's been hard to get a good fit but this works great. I did have to add tucks along the hem in the very back to prevent the material from flapping (again, because of his tiny waist he just doesn't fill it out).
Verified Buyer Reviewed by keds1 from South Dakota on Wednesday, August 10, 2016It fits my friend's dog perfectly, and so I think the sizing is accurate on the site. The fabric is nice, and the coat looks like it stays in place when the dog moves. The 3 stars comes from the relatively short straps that are attached to the locking mechanism at the belly (had to take it off and dig out one end to get it on her), and the front velcro flap is just odd. But once you get the thing on, it looks comfy.
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.
“Does the dog have to step into this coat - in other words do they have to put their front legs into the leg holes ?
How does this fasten? Hard to tell from the picture”
Yes, step in I guess. I never actually got it completely on my dog who looks a lot like the picture. It did not seem to be adjustable in the right places. The arm holes were too big and overall the whole thing was too big although I selected then size that matched his measurements. If you try it maybe order a size down in addition to see which might fit better. Also it did not work with the type of collar we use. Overall it was just too "fiddlely" and life's too short.
The dog has to put the left leg through a large opening. The plastic fastener (type typically used on many collars) is on the right side. My largest dog (~62 lbs) and my smallest dog (~30 lbs and 15 years old) wear these coats and I have no problem getting them on them.