Ruffwear Sun Shower Dog Rain Jacket

Ruffwear Sun Shower Dog Rain Jacket
Ruffwear Sun Shower Dog Rain Jacket
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Sun Shower Dog Rain Jacket by Ruffwear
It's pouring out, and maybe you just really don't want to deal with that wet-dog smell when you get back from your walk. Or maybe your pup really needs some exercise but seems to hate the rain. Either way, dressing your dog in the Ruffwear Sun Shower Dog Rain Jacket can help. The DWR-coated ripstop nylon protects your pooch from the weather. The oversized collar offers a bit more protection and can be folded down when the sun threatens to appear. Side release buckles keep the jacket on your dog's back, not constantly slipping around or sliding down. When you're exploring the city streets in the dim light of an overcast evening, the Sun Shower has reflective tape for added visibility, not to mention a specific light-loop where you can attach a bit more obvious illumination.

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SKU: RUF000E
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