Handmade, Custom Dog Coats for Rocky Mountain Winters.
Mac: Who Needed A Warm Coat
5% of the Price of Each Garment is Donated to the Flint Animal Cancer Center at CSU.
Our Mission is to keep dogs warm and protected through harsh winter weather.
We strive to make the best designed, most generously sized, most weather resistant coats for dogs living in cold, wet and windy climates. Better than any commercially made coat on the market. MMDC's coats are handmade from high-quality technical fabrics including softshells and Polartec fleeces as well as leather and recycled materials. These high-performance 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 Rocky Mountains USA for these sophisticated, "custom and stock garments for your dog. We fit most dogs, 7 sizes and custom. We'll alter the coat to fit your dog properly.
MountainMuttDogCoats Boulder® was inspired by MAC who was diagnosed with bone cancer in September 2009. After surgery MAC needed a really warm coat that fit him well. His comfort and the needs of the canine patients we met at The Flint Animal Cancer Center at CSU showed us that in our beloved Colorado there was need for well-designed coats that were really warm and and fit properly. We custom made a leather/fleece coat for him which was big enough for his deep chest and proportionately shorter back. No commercial coat covered him properly or was made from good materials. Our garments must meet the highest standard: combat winter weather and meet the individual needs of each dog. Each year MountainMuttDogCoats donates to cancer research at CSU.
From left: Hunter Green Power Shield Coat, Black Boulder Coat and Cha Cha Pink Boulder Sweatshirt.
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.