10 Sweaters Your Dog Absolutely Does Not Need, But You’ll Definitely Want

10 Sweaters Your Dog Absolutely Does Not Need, But You’ll Definitely Want

Does Riley need a fall sweater? Of course not. She doesn’t need a Halloween costume either, but not putting her in one would be total pet parent blasphemy. Here are 10 fall sweaters that will not only help your pup stay warm when temps start to cool off, but also stay on-trend. Because, let’s face it: the sidewalk’s the runway.

For the pup with cashmere and caviar taste

Canine Styles Cashmere Sweater

For the pup who wishes she could shop at Chico’s

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Max Bone Curly Knit Jumper

For the pup who tries to blend in, but ends up in the spotlight

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Ruby Rufus Harper & Hugo sweater

For the pup whose motto is “Every week is Fashion Week”

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Dog & Co. Pretty in Faux Fur pullover

For the pup who got on the varsity fetch team as a freshman

ED by Ellen Degeneres Letter Jacket

For the pup who can bark remotely from the coffee shop all day

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rororiri Knit Sweater

For the pup the street style savvy pup who just chewed up your Stan Smiths

Barker Neoprene Cropped Sweatershirt

For the artsy pup who is currently struggling with Barker’s Block

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Max-Bone Squiggle Jumper

For the pup who wears her scales on her sleeve (and for the owner who’s a Mother of Dragons)

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Dog & Co. Rainbow Dragon Sweater

For the pup who speaks four fluent languages: breakfast, lunch, dinner and treats

Rororiri William Cardigan

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Gabby Ross

Gabby Ross

A dog-obssessed writer whose own pup eats better quality food than she does.

 

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