Old and Cold - No more
RSPCA: Keep wildlife and pets warm through the big freeze - politics.co.uk
Dogs with thin or sparse coats, who are very young or old may benefit from a coat when out exercising.
The RSPCA has warned that if people consistently allow their dogs to get too hot when wearing clothing they could face prosecution.
Helen Briggs, a spokeswoman from the RSPCA, added: "Under the Animal Welfare Act, you are obliged to provide appropriate conditions and environments for your dog... If people are worried that their dog might be cold, it is worth getting some advice from their vet.
Confused? George is getting old and grumpy so I bought him a coat yesterday - I didn't realise I faced prosecution and should have consulted a vet, the RSPCA, his Animal Rights Lawyers etc first.