www.mountainmuttdogcoats.com To place your order call 303-527-0850
Keep your dog safe during hunting season with a bright orange neckerchief or collar tube. 10 Sizes and Custom. Also Available at Animal Lovers, Breckenridge, Co. Scroll down for pictures.
Made in Colorado
The mission of MountainMuttDogCoats Boulder is to provide warm, weather resistant coats for dogs needing protection from harsh winter weather.
Our goal is to offer the warmest, driest, most wind proof dog coats to dogs living in cold, wet and windy climates. MountainMutt's coats are handmade from high-quality technical fabrics including softshells and Polartec fleeces, as well as leather and recycled materials. MountainMutt's fabrics are chosen for their warmth, wind and water resistance, and ability to wick away unwanted moisture. MMDC has translated the same outerwear fabrics you wear when biking, climbing, snow-shoeing, skiing into garments for your canine companions. We are the only source in the USA for these sophisticated, custom and stock garments for your dog.
From left: Hunter Green Power Shield, Black Boulder Coat and Cha Cha Pink Boulder Sweater.
Is Your Dog Warm Enough in Winter?
Your dog needs a coat when:
* It’s 40 degrees or less
*When your dog has short hair and no undercoat
*Your dog is an elder. Arthritis and other disorders make her susceptible to cold.
*When your dog is recovering from an illness.
*During windy, bitter conditions
*During rain and snow storms.
*At night when the temperature drops.
*When your dog shows signs of distress.
*When you travel to a colder state.
Sheila,right, is wearing a Burgundy Power Shield draped coat. This design is longer and lower in back to cover hips and thighs for extra protection. Power Shield is the top-of-the-line softshell. It's for maintaining stable core temperature when active in cold weather. There's an opening with a tab for the tail.
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Sold In Colorado at: CB Paws, Aspen, Wagz, Ft. Collins, CRCG, Broomfield, The Pet Stop, Edwards,
Animal Lovers, Breckenridge, Co. and at Tecatu in Santa Fe, NM