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Secrets to a Happy Toronto Winter: #10. Winter wear for dogs is undeniably cool

Secrets to a Happy Toronto Winter: #10. Winter wear for dogs is undeniably cool

Rover Boutique’s cotton twill pooch peacoat has a double-breasted lapel and a pleat in the back to accommodate the tail. $103. Theroverboutique.com.

Secrets to a Happy Toronto Winter: #10. Winter wear for dogs is undeniably cool

Incan artisans in South America use Peruvian wool and plant-based dyes to hand-knit Chilly Dog’s snuggly, collegiate-style sweaters. $38–$48. The Dog Bowl, 984 Dundas St. W., 416-645-2695.

Secrets to a Happy Toronto Winter: #10. Winter wear for dogs is undeniably cool

The hooded two-piece snowsuit from Silver Paw is spun from 100 per cent polar fleece for optimal wintry protection—and, as a bonus, it’s also designed to kill pet odours. From $60. The Dog Market, 2116 Queen St. E., 416-699-1313.

Secrets to a Happy Toronto Winter: #10. Winter wear for dogs is undeniably cool

The ultra-toasty, puffy North Pole Parka has a waterproof shell, a soft fleece lining and a faux-fur trim. From $39. Dogfather and Co., 1007 Yonge St., 416-960-1088.

Secrets to a Happy Toronto Winter: #10. Winter wear for dogs is undeniably cool

Fido, meet Flashdance: Silver Paw’s ’80s-inspired athletic leg warmers can be layered under or on top of boots to prevent snowballs from forming on the dog’s legs. From $16. The Dog Market, 2116 Queen St. E., 416-699-1313.

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