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Looking for a coat that will keep your pup warm and dry in any weather? Look no further than the Baja Fleece Dog Coat! Made from super soft, double-lined polyester fleece, this coat is sure to keep your pooch cozy on those cold days. Plus, the easy on/off design makes it a breeze to put on and take off - perfect for when they're ready to run and play. And don't worry about it falling off - the sturdy Velcro strip will make sure it stays in place.
Petite - Length: 8" - Weight: 2-4 lbs. - Type of Dog: TeaCups
XS - Length: 11" - Weight: 5-10 lbs. - Type of Dog: Toy Poodle, Yorkie, Toy Fox Terrier, Papillon, Chihuahua, Maltese
Doxie - Length: 14" - Weight: 9-12 lbs - Dachshund
Small - Length: 14" - Weight: 11-20 lbs. - Type of Dog: Shih Tzu, Bichon, Boston Terrier, NorfolkTerrier, Pug, Jack Russell, Wire Hair or Larger Dachshund
Medium - Length: 17" - Weight: 21-34 lbs. - Type of Dog: Corgi, Lhasa Apso, Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Westie
Medium Plus - Length: 20" - Weight: 35-50 lbs. - Type of Dog: Wheaton, Small Bulldog, Amstaff, Large French Bulldog
Special Bulldog Size - Length: 18" - Weight: 50-65 lbs - Type of Dog: English Bulldog
Large - Length: 23" - Weight: 51-80 lbs. - Type of Dog: Labrador, Dalmatian, Pitbull
XL - Length: 26" - Weight: 81-115 lbs. - Type of Dog: Golden Retriever, Greyhound, German Shepherd
XXL - Length: 29" - Weight: 116-155 lbs. - Type of Dog: Boxer, BullMastiff, Rottweiler
3XL - Length: 32" - Weight: 156-220 lbs. - Type of Dog: Mastiff, Great Dane
I started SnugPups out of the need to quickly and easily dress my Papillon and three adorable poodle babies. My goal was to get all four pups dressed and ready for outdoors in under a minute...
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