12 Ugly Christmas Sweaters for Dogs-These Sweaters Will Give Dogs a “Ruff” Time

Ugly Christmas sweaters for dogs

Christmas, my favorite holiday is just around the corner. But Christmas isn’t just about me. Christmas is also about our four legged best friends. It is a time to celebrate the end of the year with your friends and family, and to spoil your furry best friend. One of the best things about this holiday is not the fact that you can spoil your dog with awesome Christmas dog treats, but can also spoil them with different cute outfits that you can dress them up in. While you may be familiar with cute sweaters or costumes that you can dress up your dog in during the holidays, did you know that there are plenty of ugly Christmas sweaters for dogs as well?

If not, you are about to see a variety of ugly Christmas sweaters for dogs I was able to find online. Be warned, some of these may shock you.

10 Ugly Christmas Sweaters for Dogs

1. Mikayoo Ugly Pet Sweater

If you want to show off your best friend in one of the ugliest sweaters ever, then this is the perfect sweater for you. These sweaters are both warm and ugly, perfect to keep any dog warm during the cold winter months. These sweaters come in various sizes. I guarantee your dog will look adorable in this sweater no matter what.

Sizes Available: XS, S, M, L and XL

2. Scheppend Elf Festive Ugly Dog Sweater


There is no other sweater that is as ugly as this one. Once you put it on your dog, I guarantee you will be questioning your decisions. This sweater is made out of a soft acrylic that is completely stretchable. It is made with a pullover designs, with no zippers or buttons, making it one of the easiest sweaters to pull over on your dog. This sweater is sure to be a big hit in your home.

Sizes Available: XXS, XS, S, M, L, XXL

3. Delifur Ugly Dog Christmas Sweater


These sweaters feature Christmas balls along the ruff, making this sweater even uglier. These sweaters are perfect to keep your dog warm and bring them happiness during the Christmas holidays. This sweater will help your dog stand out and look cute in Christmas family photos.

Sizes Available: XS

4. Hapee Menpet Ugly Cartoon Reindeer Sweater


Made with a cartoon Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer design, this sweater will make your dog look lovely during the holiday season. Made with a bright red nose on the rump, this sweater is just festive enough that you will forget how ugly it is.

Sizes Available: XS, S, M, L and XL

5. Delifur Ugly Christmas Dog Sweater


This ugly sweater is designed to make your dog feel loved, regardless of how ugly they may look in the process. This sweater is made with a fabric that stretches, helping it to fit on dogs regardless of size. Machine washable for easy cleaning, there is no need to skip this sweater if you are into ugly sweaters.

Size Available: L

6. Rubie’s Ugly Sweater Xmas Tree


This is a sweater made with a comical Christmas tree design. Made from a company that is family owned since the 1950’s, if there is one thing this company knows how to deal well, it is making an ugly sweater for your dog that you can be proud of. It will give you and your family a good laugh.

Sizes Available: S, M, L, XL, XXL and XXXL

7. Alisister Dog Ugly Christmas Sweater


This is a sweater that lets everybody know just how ugly it really is. It is made with a unique and functional design that allows you to attach a harness or a collar to your dog without interfering with the sweater itself. Even if this sweater is classified as being ugly, your dog will surely look cute in it no matter what.

Sizes Available: M, L and XL

8. Holiday Vintage Christmas Reindeer Sweater


What is uglier than wearing a sweater dotted with balls as noses over the surface? Well…this sweater takes the cake! It is a festive sweater that any dog will look cute in, regardless of how horrendous it is. It is machine washable, making cleaning a breeze.

Sizes Available: 10 inches, 16 inches and 20 inches

9. Funky Tails Ugly Christmas Sweater


Out of any ugly Christmas sweaters on this list, this one takes the cake. It is made with a horrific stitched design of a dog putting its head inside of a turkey, absolutely nothing to do with Christmas. However, it is warm and cozy, making it one of the best sweaters to make your dog the winner of the Ugly Christmas sweater contest.

Size Available: M

10. ABRRLO Winter Ugly Dog Sweater


Made out of an acrylic and flexible fabric, this is the perfect ugly sweater to keep your fur baby warm. Even as ugly as it is with a bright blue Christmas tree pattern and multicolored Christmas balls on the back, your dog will look absolutely adorable with this sweater on.

Sizes Available: XS, S, M, L and XL

11. Funky Trails Santa Self Ugly Christmas Sweater


This ugly Christmas sweater that you can give your dog as a matching pair with your own ugly Christmas sweater. Made with a unique design featuring ugly snowflakes, a naked Santa and an adorable dog on the fabric, your dog will even be questioning your fashion choices.

Size Available: M

12. LED Light Up Ugly Christmas Sweater Hoodie


Want your dog to light up the room? This is the perfect ugly sweater for you. Featuring bright LED lights that can be seen for blocks, your dog will become the focus of your next Christmas party. This sweater hoodie is made with 80% cotton and 20% polyester,  perfect for helping to keep your dog warm during the winter.

Sizes Available: S, M and L

 

Hopefully you have found plenty of Ugly Christmas sweaters that you will love to put on your dog. Keep in mind, while most of these sweaters are ugly, in my opinion, your dog will look adorable regardless of what sweater they will.

Thinking about getting your pooch one of these sweaters? If you do, be sure to snap a photo and share it with us on our Instagram account with the hastag #PFoodioUglyDogSweaters. We would love to see all of your cute pups!

See you next time!

Vanessa

Nessa has had a love for animals since childhood. With over 10 years of experience in animal nutrition, Nessa started PetFoodio to help pet parents understand the complicated world of pet nutrition. She currently owns a Husky mix named Saphira.

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