Celebrate International Dog Day with Our New Threadpaw Dogwear

Why not spoil your dog with a Threadpaw jackets? To celebrate International Dog Day and our furry best friends, we have launched a brand new collection of dog jackets to ensure your pooch is always looking paw-fect! We now have a variety of different dog jackets - from printed styles to hooded jackets to pack-away macs - to ensure your dog is the best dressed in the family.

Don't let the British weather ruin your dog walks, our dog rain coats are weather-appropriate and will make even the moodiest of dog walkers compliment your pup when you're out and about. We have designed our jackets in three different sizes (S, M, L) and they come with a hood, are lightweight and are machine washable so muddy puddles are not a problem. Oh, and it packs into its own bag as well! Making it easy to carry when the sun comes out.

We have picked out a few of our favourite jackets for you to take a look at, modelled by Threadpaw pups (our colleagues' pups, of course!) and the cutest dog-fluencers in the U.K.


How the (best) national holiday started

The first Dog Day was celebrated back in 2004, when Colleen Paige, animal welfare activist and pet lifestyle expert, decided to commerate the day they adopted their first dog "Sheltie" from their local animal shelter in the U.S.

On International Dog Day, Colleen encourages us to support all breeds and varieties of dogs, and raise awareness for the kind, fair, ethical care for our pets. It is also a day to highlight the purchase of dogs from unethical backyard breeders and puppy mills, and Colleen wants the day to always inspire people to buy dogs from recognised breeders, or most importantly, adopt from rescue shelter.

The National Dog Day website states:

“Our mission is to help galvanise the public to recognize the number of dogs that need to be rescued each year and acknowledge family dogs and dogs that work selflessly each day to save lives, keep us safe and bring comfort."



Now you may be asking yourself... Should I get my dog a raincoat?

We firmly believe: yes, you should. Of course, and we are definitely biaised, your pup may not need one, but they're sure to look super cute in any type of clothing! Dogs deserve to go viral too!

Raincoats for dogs are certainly not new, but have you ever seen ones as stylish as our Threadpaw ones? Prove us wrong. And hey, isn't the world a much better place with dogs in clothes in it?!

If your dog isn't fussy wearing an artificial layer, then styling them in a rain coat for walks in the park isn't a bad idea. Adding extra warmth with a microfleece layer, our Threadpaw raincoats will have your pooch strutting their stuff as they make new friends in the park. We're sure you'll be the envy of other dog owners in the park.


Gingham raincoat

Threadpaw Light Blue Gingham Print Check Raincoat Pack Away Mac


Our Threadpaw gingham print rain coat is perfect for those Autumnal family walks, keeping your dog warm as the winter weather draws ever so closer.


Threadbare Women's Light Pink Check Shacket Shirt Jacket


Coordinate your fur baby with your little human with our Threadgirls' pink check shacket and our Women's version, or kit them out in our girls' casual pink check shirt. In a gingham style large check, this Threadgirls' shirt doubles up as a stylish shacket. With button down fastening, button fastening sleeve cuffs, and chest pocket, this staple shirt is a key piece for their everyday wardrobe. Made from soft polyester fabric to keep them comfy and easy for you to look after. Perfect for playing in the park with your pup and twinning in gingham. 

Threadpaw Dog Light Blue Gingham Print Fleece Lined Raincoat Pack Away Mac

Stripe lightweight rain coat

Threadpaw Dog Navy & Multicoloured Stripe Print Raincoat Pack Away Mac

Check out this Threadpaw jazzy stripe lightweight rain jacket. Your dog will look uniquely adorable on your family walk when transitioning to this warmer autumnal weather. Keep that stripe theme going throughout the family with this red padded puffer jacket.


Red lightweight raincoat

Threadpaw Dogswear Dogs Red Lightweight Raincoats Pack Away Macs


Striking again with a bold choice, our Threadpaw red lightweight rain coat makes your pup easy to spot when out in the park. The jacket also comes in a mustard yellow if red isn’t your favourite. Why not twin with your pup wearing this red lightweight puffer jacket.


Alfie the Daschund wearing a Threadpaw Dog Mustard Yellow Raincoat Pack Away Mac

Ditsy floral print raincoat

Our dog-fluencer Rosie the Cavapoo is modelling our ditsy floral print raincoat. Kit them out with a weather-appropriate lightweight ditsy floral print rain jacket, perfect for those autumnal dog walks. This navy coat with a pretty ditsy floral print jacket has a hood, lead hole for their lead and fastens under the belly with a sticky hook and loop strip. Comes on a branded Threadpaw hanger and folds away into the pocket on the back to make it super easy and convenient for you to carry out and about. A gorgeous piece to style them up but practical for those daytime or evening walks.

Dogs' Navy Ditsy Floral Rain Jacket

Team up as a family in Threadbare outerwear for park perfection. The navy floral print cute on Rosie and is perfect for the transition into Autumn. Why not match with Rosie in our women's floral print dress, but pair it with trainers and a jacket as the weather gets cooler.

 Threadbare Women's Black Ditsy Floral Print Smock Jersey Dress


You can layer this floral jersey dress with one of our women's quilted gilets. And coordinate with your partner with our men's padded gilets that are more than weather-appropriate as we transition into the Autumn.


Threadpaw Coats in Dog Raincoats


Check out our Instagram @threadbare.apparel for adorable images of our dog-fluencers and our in-house pet stars Peggy and Bernard! Be sure to tag us in all your puppy pictures and use the hashtag #threadpaw for a chance to be featured.

P.S. Read this article by The Standard about how to tell if your dog is happy, and of course use the #dogday and #internationaldogday when you share your posts with us!


Written by Isabel Gallimore & Anna Mather