The Ruffwear Quinzee is a insulated jacket with technical warming properties that allow it to be extremely warm but also exceptionally lightweight. Best of all, it folds down into a tiny pocket and can store easily in a pack or pouch.
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Nicole Ortiz December 11, 2013
I’d love this for my sd Logan! We moved from so cal to kentucky and are just finding out what a real winter is like! Brrrr!
Littlewolf December 11, 2013
This would be great for my future SD — it gets so cold where I live that a warm jacket would be very useful for outdoor playtime/walkies.
jesternrb1 Norma Ramirez December 11, 2013
Living in New England we have been having 12 degree weather this week. My service dog Cozy would benefit from this jacket!
tiewolf December 11, 2013
I love how this has the ability to fold up into a pillow, would be great for camping with my SD in cooler weather. 🙂
Jason December 12, 2013
my Doberman Duke needs a warm jacket so he can work in warth with me
Heather E. L. Gerquest December 11, 2013
Would love to have one of these, but I know that a large is too big. My border collie is a small in Ruff Wear sizes. I’d need to adjust it. We do live in Maine and a good coat is necessary. And we love Ruff Wear!
maxhanckel December 12, 2013
i have a short-haired dog (american bulldog) who just shivers when i’m class. we go home to colorado during school breaks, and it’s been under 5 degrees there this winter… could use a warm coat for him, especially one that isn’t giant and clunky under his vest!
Kaitlyn Joseph December 12, 2013
Love Ruffwear and need a coat for my boy when it rains! This would be amazing!
Jag Boyer December 12, 2013
i am constantly needing coats for my dogs especially ones that can be put away when it warms up in the afternoon
Jim December 13, 2013
Since I have a GSD, I don’t need a coat for my dog. But, one of my training partners has a Doberman, and could really use this in our 10 degree weather.
Sandra December 13, 2013
It’s great. I wonder how well it would work under a vest or harness.
Jessica December 13, 2013
great item my SD would love it
Sherry Dillane December 13, 2013
I love this site. I think our sons D.A.D. Would look great in this when we go out and do our education and advocating in the school systems about Type 1 Diabetes and Service Dogs. Now that it’s cold Blaze really need something to keep him warm. Thanks for this site, it helps a lot!
stacey ward December 13, 2013
Would love this jacket for my SD Sasha. We live in CO and just had an entire week below freezing, with wind chills as low as negative 40! Brr!
Jason December 13, 2013
great that it folds up in a pouch,easy to store when working the pooch
Heather A Burns December 13, 2013
Cash is always in need of outerwear since we live in the Rocky Mountains. This would be great!
Lorraine December 14, 2013
I would love this! It might be too big for my puppy in training, but we have several dogs in the program. It would fit several,of our older puppies.
Littlewolf December 14, 2013
I really like this jacket. The gray could easily be brightened up with a bright collar and leash to contrast. It would look spiffy!
Kea Grace December 16, 2013
So true! Love neutral colors with splashes of brightness!
Robert Witmor December 16, 2013
I really like the idea and concept of this jacket for my SD as we travel constantly from Las Vegas to Salt Lake City in order to complete my post heart transplant biopsies and other related appointments. Believe me, it can get extremely cold there in Utah and travelling with her it is nice to know that the jacket is not only warm, light weighted, but more conveniently for myself, portable.
Kea Grace December 16, 2013
This jacket is epic! It folds down into a tiny pocket that’s actually on the jacket itself.
maliandpercy December 19, 2013
I live in Alaska and walk miles around campus with my service dog. Would love this jacket!
Kea Grace December 22, 2013
The Qunizee was MADE for Alaska! Crossing our paws for you!
Laurie A Westover December 22, 2013
I hope my dogs are not to big for this. But it gets in the negatives here during the winter and below freezing is common here in Northern Utah. It would also keep some of the fur from flying off them. Seems no matter how much they are groomed they have at least a little fly aways. Especially my German Shedder mix. 🙂