Winters in Wyoming are harsh not only on us humans but on our pets as well. Keep your best friend cozy during your outdoor adventures with these five winter jackets.
Is your dog’s retro fashion game strong? If so, she’ll love the stylish Summit Puffer. Warm and water resistant, it’ll stand up to the wildest of Wyoming winter adventures.
While not quite as stylish as the Summit Puffer, the WeatherBeeta 300D offers off-the-charts practicality. It’s relatively inexpensive, super warm, and reflective, which comes in handy for early-morning or late-night runs.
The Hurtta Monsoon helps your dog roll with Mother Nature’s punches. It holds up to wind, rain, and cold – and it’s ultra-soft for maximum comfort.
Looking for the perfect coat for those in-between days when it’s not crazy cold. Check out the Kurgo Loft. It’s lightweight, warm, and comes in a wide variety of colors and prints.
Carhartt Chore Coat
Carhartt does dog coats, too. Who knew? The versatile Chore Coat is billed as a “durable dog coat with iconic roots for the hardest working dogs.” Whether your dog’s idea of hard labor is leaving the warmth of your apartment to use the facilities or a 10-mile snowshoe trek deep into the wilderness, this jacket will do the trick with water-repellent coating and a warm quilted liner.
Looking for fun things to do – with or without your pup – in and around Casper? Check out the Granite 550 blog for ideas.