Take your pooch out for a walk—come sleet, rain or snow—with the LesyPet Dog Umbrella with Leash. Made to withstand any weather, this water-proof and wind-proof clear umbrella lets you shield your pup from the elements so you can always be ready for a walk, no matter the forecast. It’s made of a durable polyester material that resists tearing and comes with a built-in, strength-tested stainless steel leash that securely connects to your pup’s collar, which means it stays stable and closer to your pal for more coverage. Ultra-comfy to carry with the ergonomic handle, it’s also ultra-strong thanks to the stainless steel frame. Plus, since it’s transparent, it lets you see your pooch as you go. So grab it, head out and get ready for a chance of rain, and plenty of happy walks!
Transparent, weather-proof dog umbrella shields your pooch from rain, wind, sleet and snow.
Wind-proof and water-proof design is built with stainless steel frame for added strength and protection.
See-through polyester lets you have a clear view of your pooch at all times, and is tear-resistant for added durability.
Easy to assemble in three easy steps, and includes built-in, strength-tested steel chain to easily attach it to your pal’s collar.
Comfy to use with ergonomic handle, and is perfect for smaller breeds like Yorkies, Pomeranians, Poodles, Teddies, Bichon Frises and Shih Tzus.
Using this umbrella is much more effective than trying to keep a regular umbrella over an energetic puppy. My only complaint is that our puppy was frightened by the chain to attach to her collar and keep her under the cover. Perhaps a softer or quieter connection would be better - otherwise it's a great solution for rainy outings.
on Sep 14, 2018
So... If you have a mutt that likes to tug you while you're walking or a pup that does the same, this is not for you. My little pug puppy does not like to get wet outside, especially when the temp.'s start to drop, which is why I thought to try this product. The umbrella part scares him and there's not a whole lot of 'give' between the chain and the umbrella opening (yes, I understand this is for a reason because you want to try and shield your dog as much as possible), which causes him to tug harder and walk out of the umbrellas shield. I'd recommend this for a dog who is loose leash trained and a little calmer/less curious outside.
on Oct 15, 2018
Very cute idea but only if you have a teacup breed. My Shitz Shi is small breed but too big for this.
on Sep 28, 2018
Love the products from Chewy. I recommend their products very highly. Very good Custom Services
Cute, but not practical
on Apr 26, 2018
The dog umbrella is of good quality and is as described. However, when I actually used it to walk my dog in the rain, it did not do an effective job of keeping the rain off her. She's 17 mos. old and still a bit frisky so maybe I purchased product too soon. It really is cute but not practical for us at this time. I'm saving it for when she's older. I would recommend product for an older, more settled dog.
on Aug 17, 2018
My Doxie loves it. How about a medium size? Nice quality too and not cumbersome.
Horrible Dont waste your $
on Apr 10, 2018
Wish there was an option to give no stars.This product is poorly made, infact plastic is thinner than food wrap. Umbrella Had a rip in crease from packing. Very hard to open and close. Cheap plastic attached to cheap chain (would be scared to use) Not meant for petite person to use its impossible to hold umbrella at a proper angle to prevent pet from getting wet. Asked for return
on Aug 15, 2018
However, my westi e refuses to walk with it on. But, it's a great product. Will try again
Needs more work on clasp
on May 26, 2018
Concept is great
As stated only for small breeds
Chihuahua 8 pounds just makes it
Too hard to get clasp off
So sad my boy was staying relatively dry but freaked out as i was struggling with clasp
Good in theory bad in reality
on May 31, 2018
This made perfect sense conceptually, but in actuality the chain between the umbrella and my dog was too short so it kept hitting her hind legs if she was not directly under it, which was most of the time because she was trying to run away from it because she was afraid of the umbrella part