Coach Dog Supplies & Accessories

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Although, I'm not a big fan of Coach and other similar style bags and brands, I give them props for spreading into a pet line of merchandise. As the pet market is pretty big, and people really do tend to spend big bucks on their pets. It was only a matter of time that large, popular brands, like Coach, spread into pet supplies.

Coach has taken into account their signature style of bags and accessories and turned it around into puppy fashion. They now, not only manufacture lovely bags, luggage, footwear, wallets, sunglasses, belts, and various men's products, Coach has a fairly extensive pet supply line.

Coach's current pet supply list includes:

  • Collars
  • Leashes
  • Pet carrier bags
  • Dog coats
  • Dog beds

Definitely check out some of Coach's Signature patterns for your dog, especially if you, yourself, own a few Coach accessories.

Dress up your high fashion pooch in high fashion clothes and accessories.

Signature Coach Dog Collar

Authentic Coach collars are adjustable buckle collars with a Coach charm.

Coach dog collars come in all sizes for your Chihuahua and your German Shepherd. That means they come in X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large.

Coach collars come in leather of various colors and shades, ranging from black, pink, red, burgundy, green, teal, white, tan, and brown.

You can find Coach dog collars with circular grommets, pyramid grommets, leather polka dots, plaid patterns, Jaquard fabric, and solid prints.

Coach has designed several different types of dog collars- turnlock dog collars, legacy stripe collars, khaki Jaquard Signature fabric collars, and others.

Coach Signature Dog Leash

Authentic Coach leashes are typically made of leather in varying colors and shades just like the Signature collars.

You can easily match your Coach collar with his leash, as Coach leashes come in the same patterns, colors, and designs.

You can find Coach leashes tend to range from 50" to 54" long and about 1/2" to 1" wide.

Coach Dog Apparel

Now, granted smaller dogs tend to look so much cuter in clothes than larger dogs, but that doesn't mean that larger dogs can't wear clothes. All dogs can wear clothes.

On that note, if you smile seeing a dog in a T-shirt, you'll definitely smile when you see a dog in a designer coat.

Coach manufactures plaid, tattersall, quilted, and Signature patterned designs.

Most of the Coach dog coats are in various shades of brown, as that is the typical Coach color, but you can find pink coats, black ones, and patchwork patterns.

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Whitney05 8 years ago from Georgia Author

drummerboy, as do I.

bspilner, my pup is fine with clothes when they're on her, but the minute the shirt is off, she will find it, and I'll find her chewing on it. Ha. I agree very pricey for my current budget, but some people love the brand. ;-)


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First Eagle 8 years ago

Hello

It is great to see that people take care of their pets.

First Eagle, Thor Einar


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bspilner 8 years ago from Altanta, Ga.

as much I my dog would love designer apparel...he would also like the taste of. Not that he chews everything, but I have a feeling that just my luck he would want to see what a coach leash is really made of...simply because its coach....he's a guy dog what can I say. Sadly I have seen/know people with these collars and leashes and bags(those are $$$.$$). Accessorised of course - and although you have some pretty low ebay bids for this name brand I am going to have to stick with wally mart. But whenever I am ready for designer I am coming to your first because you seem to have an eye for low prices. great hub.


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drummer boy 8 years ago from Kirksville,MO

do shop on ebay a lot for dog clothes?


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Whitney05 8 years ago from Georgia Author

Very true. $50 for a leather leash and collar set or whatnot isn't too bad, but the carrier is a little much for my wallet.

I think I bought a feaux leather pink collar with grommets on it at Wal-Mart for like $15, and that's suited my pup just fine, mostly because she goes without a collar 75% of the time. The other dog has the nylon one for like $6. Ha. I lavish my pups with toys and treats, they'll be ok with a cheap collar, especially when they almost never wear one. lol


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston

I don't think $50 is too much for leather. I just can't see spending it on the dog. I'd rather buy myself a belt or something LOL The dog is happy with her $8 nylon collar :D

But maybe I am just a cruel dog owner!


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Whitney05 8 years ago from Georgia Author

I agree... Personally, $50 for a dog collar is a little much, as is the $125+ dog carrier, but I've actually seen people with these.


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston

I'm going to do Burberry, I think. I actually looked at Burberry dog collars on my last trip to London when I was at Harrods. I loved them, but I would have to be smoking some serious crack to spend hundreds of dollars on a dog collar *g*


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Whitney05 8 years ago from Georgia Author

I figured this was what you were thinking. lol Since I sort of stole your idea, competition wouldn't hurt. Ha. Gucci and Burberry? Hm.. lol. Nah. This one was actually pretty tough.

Thanks. I thought swapping them would add a little to it. I hoped anyway.


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston

Mwa! This was exactly what I was going to do a hub on LOL Fast work! It's too good, isn't it? Hee! Do you mind a little competition in the Coach dog collar market? I've already got a hub url reserved ;) (Or I can do a Gucci or Burberry one and link to yours!)

I really like the lay-out and I don't think it looks cluttered. I like the way you have swapped the capsules back and forth.

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