Review Year
Best in Class
Overall Rating
Name Overall Rating Ratings The Good The Bad
Ruffwear Quinzee dog coat
Load Capacity & Pack... 7
Dog Comfort 8
Load Stability 9
Handle / Leash Attac... 8
Value 8

Great for active dogs in cold weather

Quality, quilted materials for warmth

Doesn’t collect snow in powder adventures

Sheltered side buckles keep them snag free for serious adventurers

Reflective trim

Not much coverage at the dog’s rear

Long dog fur can get caught when doing up neck zipper

D-Fa Puff Doggy
Load Capacity & Pack... 10
Dog Comfort 3
Load Stability 8
Handle / Leash Attac... 9
Additional Features 8

Very warm—lots of insulation around back, chest, and even shoulders

Quality Thinsulate insulation

Very compressible and lightweight—great packability

Somewhat water resistant

Reflective trim

The compressible fabric can rip easily in brush or dog play

Cam buckle came “un-cammed” with heavy romping through the woods

Trim will ice up with dog’s body heat and deep snow

K9 Top Coat Kodiak
Load Capacity & Pack... 7
Dog Comfort 9
Load Stability 6
Handle / Leash Attac... 8
Additional Features 5

Easy to put on the dog

Better for active play than the D-Fa Puff Doggy

More hip and rear coverage than the Ruff Wear Quinzee

Water resistant and reflective trim

Made in the U.S.A.

Not as warm as other coats we tested

No stretch built in for active play