New "Dog Pants" Trend Keeps Your Furry Friend Clean and Warm During Their Outdoor Adventures

If you’re a dog owner, you know that the only thing worse than a wet dog is a muddy dog. Luckily, pet supply company Muddy Mutts is producing plenty of dog pants to keep your furry friend protected from the elements–especially as the changing weather brings forth an abundance of wind, rain, and snow. This waterproof apparel not only keeps your pup clean while they venture outdoors, it also conserves their body’s warmth as temperatures begin to drop. When you have to walk your pet at night, the pants’ reflective bands will additionally work to keep your companion safe. Plus, according to customer reviews, dogs adapt quickly to these garments and also seem to find them comfortable.

You can purchase a $69.99 pair of dog pants for your pup on the Muddy Mutts website.

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