Ruffwear Sun Shower Lightweight Waterproof Rain Coat | Barks & Bunnies

Sun Shower

Ruffwear

Size Guide
ruffwear sun shower

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The Ruffwear Sun Shower Coat is a lightweight, waterproof raincoat for dogs.

This dog coat is non-insulated so will not cause your dog to overheat in summer but is versatile enough to be layered for extra warmth in winter. 

Completely waterproof the lightweight fabric is tailored to give maximum coverage without restricting your dog's movement and has been designed so well that your dog will probably hardly even know they are wearing it!

Waterproof and PVC free fabric means even in warmer weather when the showers arrive your dog can still be protected without overheating. As the colder months approach and your dog needs protecting from both cold and rain you can simply layer the Sun Shower over a warmer base layer such as the Climate Changer or Could Chaser giving additional protection from the elements.

An oversized storm collar gives additional protection against the worst weather and the side buckles allow easy on/off even if you are already out on your walk and caught in an unexpected downpour.

With reflective piping and the handy addition of a light loop for the Ruffwear waterproof LED Beacon light you can be sure that your dog will have added protection in all conditions.

Features

  • Waterproof, PVC-free coated fabric
  • Designed for full coverage while allowing full range of motion
  • Oversized storm collar folds up for additional weather protection
  • Side-release buckles for easy on/off
  • Adventure ready! and packable
  • Low-light visibility with reflective trim and light loop for attaching The Beacon

Size Information

Watch the video below for details about how to measure your dogs girth and then click size guide above.

How to measure - see it in action


Ruffwear Harness Size Guide

How to get the perfect fit for your dog

Scroll down until you find the relevant harness and then simply Measure your dogs girth as shown in the image.