Gold Paw

Gold Paw
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Gold Paw Series is a family-run dogwear company dedicated to improving the lives of dogs and their owners with thoughtful, practical solutions to everyday problems. All of our products are proudly sewn in the USA and many of our materials are milled here too. We always have an eye to reducing our environmental impact whether that’s including recycled materials in our textiles or using biodegradable packaging. As a family we’ve been making dogwear for over 20 years. But the place we really shine is customer service. We’re completely dedicated to making you happy as a clam.

Our Textiles:

Many of our textiles are custom made for us so you won’t find them anywhere else. Cirrus™ Fleece – Our buttery-soft stretch fleece, exclusively ours from our favorite blue sign certified mill. Featuring 7% spandex for 4-way stretch, our Cirrus Fleece has never met a dog it couldn’t fit. The weight is on the lighter side which makes a single layer of it just right for a cool spring or autumn walk here in Minnesota or perfect winter pajamas. Double it up as in our Double Fleece and you have an outstandingly warm, soft and comfortable garment for any dog. Found in Stretch Fleece &Double Fleece

Suppletec™ – Our luscious waterproof fabric, developed just for us by one of the top sportswear mills in the world. The exterior is velvety soft knit. The interior is a s a contrasting recycled polyester mesh. Bonded between these two layers is an eco-friendly waterproof barrier that will never wash away for lasting protection. It looks great wash after wash and the colors are so brilliant they seem to glow through the gloomy of a rainy evening. Found in the Astoria Overcoat.

How to measure your dog!

Length - Start with your dog standing up, this is very important as dogs get several inches longer when they sit and lay down. Measure your standing dog from the base of its neck to base of its tail. Do not measure all the way up the collar, we’re aiming for the point where the shoulders and neck meet. Voila! The length measurement.

Girth - with your dog still standing and using a soft flexible measuring tape measure around your dog’s rib cage, just behind the front legs.