Soggy greetings from the middle of what’s left of Hurricane Florence, a.k.a. three straight days of rain, a.k.a. Dottie’s worst nightmare. (Maybe we should take the bull by the horns and train her to use our bathroom?) We’re washing about 3 loads of dog towels a day, since every trip outside requires a 10-minute drying-and-paw-cleaning process. There are still over two months left in this year’s hurricane season, so I’m about ready to invest in some quality dog raincoats, and these serious dog raincoats from Bark and Go have my attention. What makes them serious: they’re waterproof (natch) but also machine-washable, and they’re made with breed-specific sizing, which means they’re cut and fit to better match your dog’s physique. They cinch at the chest and back, and they feature underside snaps for easy closure and removal. And, for dogs like Dottie who are basically allergic to water, there’s a full-body version that is really serious. Check them out at Bark and Go.