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Sven Knit Dog Sweater - Mustard Small

$84 $120

Clearance - our last Sven Special Editio sweater is up for grabs in Mustard, size Small.

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The Sven sweater is handmade by Helene in Sweden with 100% GOTS organic Merino wool from Guldbransdalen, Norway. Norwegian wool is known for being stronger and more durable than any other Merino fibre. In Norway, children (and fur-babies) are dressed in wool to keep them dry and warm regardless of the weather.

“No wool, no Vikings”! Wool provides warmth even when it’s wet, and the Vikings knew this. Perhaps wearing wool is what allowed them to become smart traders, tactical warriors, and daring explorers…?

The Sven Special Edition sweater is sleeveless with a cosy fold over turtleneck.


Handmade in Australia

Woman owned small business

Sustainable materials

Every order plants a tree

Every order plants a native tree in Australia.

Wool is a natural fiber and although the measurements refer to the width and height of the garment, it has a strong element of flexibility. Is your furbaby between sizes? We suggest choosing the smaller size

How to measure your dog
Size Width Length Example Breeds
XS 30cm - 35cm 20cm - 22cm Chihuahua, Pomeranian
Small 40cm - 45cm 28cm - 30cm Italian Greyhound, Cavoodle
Medium 50cm - 55cm 38cm - 40cm Cocker Spaniel, Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Large 65cm - 70cm 50cm - 55cm Medium to Large breeds

The measurements above are approximate and may vary slightly due to each being lovingly handmade.

Our Merino wool is certified organic and comes from Guldbransdalen, Norway. Merino wool regulates temperature, breathes, keeps off moisture, and is self-cleaning due to it’s naturally anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties.

The sheep feed on the lush Norwegian nature, including green grass, leaves, herbs, flowers, and heather. This helps keep the landscape open, and when they fertilize it, they also help capture carbon. As a whole, these animals contribute a lot to nature. A cool climate also reduces bacteria and other pesticide problems so there is no need for chemicals when washed and prepared. Therefore, 75% of Norwegian wool production has been approved by The Swan, a Nordic eco-label (source).

Is wool more beneficial than cotton for sensitive skin?

The naturally anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties are thanks to the lanolin content. Lanolin – a protective waxy layer, acts as a natural skin moisturizer and helps to keep the skin clean and avoid infections. Superfine Merino wool is kind to sensitive skin as they prevent irritation. In a 2016 study on children with eczema, researchers found that when children switched from wearing cotton to superfine Merino wool they showed a significant decrease in eczema severity, whereas children who started wearing superfine Merino wool and then switched to cotton, their eczema actually worsened (source).

Merino wool is considered self-cleaning due to its lanolin content (a natural waxy substance that gives the wool its anti-bacterial properties and also helps repel water and stains). Sometimes all you need to do is hang the garment in a well-ventilated area, away from direct sunlight.

Washing Instructions

We recommend washing by hand in cold water with a gentle pH-neutral soap, such as castile soap or an eco wool detergent. Squeeze rather than rub to remove stains and dry flat on a towel. Never use fabric softeners, it will damage the Merino wool.

In the case of deep creases, please hang the garment in a humid environment (for example in the bathroom while you shower). Alternatively, you can use a steam iron on wool setting (110C/230F).

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