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Unique dog sweaters and hoodies designed to fit your dog perfectly. Try different styles of knitted sweaters, hoodies, and tees from our high-quality collection.


Dog clothes aren’t just about providing warmth. Dogs with skin conditions or who otherwise just like to scratch could stand to benefit from an extra layer of clothing to protect their body from irritation and their own scratching.

Dogs with allergies could use dog clothes to protect themselves from allergens in the environment, which may help with allergic reactions.

There are also parasite resistant or repellent clothing that could act as a complement or alternative to flea collars. These can be a very useful tool to help out a dog that’s prone to ticks and fleas!

And dog apparel could benefit more than just the dog itself—if you or someone else in the household is allergic to your dog, having them put some clothing on could trap the hairs and dander that cause allergies, reducing symptoms for everyone affected. 


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Our Modern Puppy Puffer Coats are perfect for all types of outdoor adventures. Made with a waterproof exterior, this coat is perfect for keeping your dog warm and dry. Lined with thick fleece and filled with warm fiber insulation, your pup will be ready to take on the trail ahead. We have worked tirelessly to ensure a perfect fit for dogs of all shapes and sizes; from a 3 pound pup to a 150 pound pooch, the Modern Puppy Puffer Coat is sure to be a perfect fit every time. Featuring a simple design that slips over the dog’s head and a quick snap of the adjustable buckle over the back with a leash hole for easy walking. 



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Going on an adventure? Don’t forget to equip your dog with our adventure hoodie! Let your dog explore around without compromising comfort and mobility with out specialized zip up dog hoodie. With velcro pockets to store personal items or treats and zip-up capabilities for easy fitting, and a stylish double stitching design, our hoodie is made for both you and your dog to enjoy.


Whether you live alone or as a couple or a family, we’re sure that when you adopted your dog your life changed for the best. A furry friend, with her mischief and tricks, as well as her imitations of us, makes us laugh like no one else.

Her positivity and carefree outlook on life makes us more carefree and happy.

Anyone that has a dog knows that he would do anything for you without asking anything in return. The loyalty of dogs is infinite. They would protect our life with their own. Who else would do something like that?


No other major city in America is trapped in so thick a stereotypical aspic as Boston. We’re the city of dropped r’s and weathered Red Sox caps, the home of the Kennedys and St. Paddy’s Day, the nation’s most territorial residents and its most obnoxious sports fans.

Some of these generalizations are earned, some are grossly unfair, and some are long past their expiration dates—green beer is not really a thing, even in mid-March—but all of them obscure the long, inspiring life of the city and its surrounds. 

So set aside your lobsta’ and jimmies, cycle that “Free Brady” jersey to the back of the closet for a bit, and let’s celebrate the things that make Boston and its region—together, the birthplace of America—worth loving so much. Wicked.


Dog owners are, shall we say, a special breed.  We share that special love of dogs and know how important they are to our lives.  But why, exactly do we love dogs so much?  There are a lot of answers to this question (and unique ones for each dog!)

I know well enough that there have been dogs so loving that they have thrown themselves into the same grave with the dead bodies of their masters; others have stayed upon their masters’ graves without stirring a moment from them, and have voluntarily starved themselves to death, refusing to touch the food that was brought them.