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Dr. Marty Becker's article, "Do Any Dogs Really Need to Wear Sweaters or Coats?" inspired us to look on our Facebook
page for photos of your cute canines and kitties wearing winter gear.
When it's so cold you can't feel your fingers and toes, just remember:
Although the weather outside is frightful, a cute pet wearing a sweater
Facebook via Lillian Russo
What a fashionista! Pooky's fetching bubblegum-pink fair isle sweater
reminds us that just because it's snowing, you don't have to skimp on
Facebook via Robbin Robinson
Sorry, if you don't own a purple sweater then you can't be their friend. We kid, we kid. We just can't get enough of these Shih-Tzus clad in violet.
Facebook via Sharon King
Bada Bing proves that felines are absolutely fabulous in sweaters too.
Facebook via Andrew Amuso
Wintry weather only makes Buster Brown appear more handsome in his blue-and-white striped sweater.
Facebook via Melanie Stein
These precious pups — Jovie and Lola — sure seem comfy and warm in their lovely outfits.
Facebook via Edwina A. Halsey
Blackjaw and Shadow look like they just can't wait for a romp in the
snow. They definitely won't shiver in that cold-weather gear.
Teddy, you've just warmed our hearts with that heart-patterned jumper.
Facebook via Marion Schwartz
Adorable Goldendoodle Gracie is all bundled up and ready to go outside and play.
Facebook via Debbie Edmondson
It's so refreshing to see an adorable pooch like Katy wearing a shirt
depicting one of our favorite soda brands. No offense, Pepsi fans.
Facebook via Gladglori Glad
Sweater? Check. Booties? Check. OK, Cori, we think it's safe for you to have a snow day now.
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