Wagwear offers dog clothing that actually fits our larger breed dogs. Although most of these items won’t wrap around our Newfoundland, some of their products such as their raincoat will fit up to a 28 inch neck. Wagwear’s founder Amy clarifies “We can fit up to a Great Dane in the all-weather raincoat. The sweaters and quilted jackets fit up to a 125lb. dog. Additionally the sweaters have alot of give and the panel on the front allows for a very broad chest.” As most of us know, all of the cute stuff is for the little breeds. When asked her thoughts on designing for different breed sizes she said “My motivation was to make stylish functional products for dogs. That meant all dogs.” See their catalog at www.wagwear.com
From their website:
This hand knit sweater is made of the finest merino wool. Colors: mandarin orange and pale grey, citrus green and pale grey (shown) or navy blue and pale grey. This hand knit sweater is made of the finest merino wool. Colors: mandarin orange and pale grey, citrus green and pale grey (shown) or navy blue and pale grey. The largest sizes offered for this seater are sizes 20 and 22 inches, and will fit on a Dalmatian, Lab, Siberian Husky, Golden Retriever, and Weimaraner. Sweater shown here starts at $80.
Wagwear started up in 1998 and today has a stellar catalog full of clothing and accessories. Created by former fashion model Amy Kizer, Wagwear’s dogwear benefits from her experience and style. She applies the latest trends in style, fabric and material, into the clothing resulting in outfits that are freshly casual contemporary, and at $90 a sweater, probably shouldn’t be drooled on. From t-shirts and sheepskin collars to scuba suits and hooded leather jackets, her designs are fitting of the poshly dog living in the current millennium. Thank you Amy for designing for our Big Dogs.
*Note: Although they do not stock giant breed sizes, some are available to custom order - just email her and ask!1aee