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Waterproof Unlined Navy Dog Coats
Waterproof and Windproof. This coat is functional and durable and ideal for dogs that perhaps already have a warm coat but need to stay dry or for milder but wet daysPrice: £9.25
Style: 10 inch
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Waterproof and windproof this attractive Hi-Tech fabric is produced under special procedures in order to achieve a high moisture permeability. Complete with generous, adjustable velcro straps and are designed for comfort and durability. The coats also have optional use elasticated leg straps to give the coat an even snugger fit (although please be aware - not all dogs like to wear the legs straps as they find them too restrictive!). These coats are an unlined version so purely have a waterproof function. This makes them ideal for either longer haired dogs that do not need the additional warmth of the padded version but do need to be kept dry or for those days when it is very wet but a bit milder.
The coats are available in sizes from 8" - 30" so they are suitable for toy breeds right up to the largest breeds and because the sizes go up in 2" increments it allows you to get an ideal fit. Our Dog Sam is very obligingly modelling the coat in the picture ( we use these coats for our dogs when they have been clipped as they fit well, are functional and wash up well).
The coat also has a collar which can be rolled up when it is particularly wet. The collar has a lead loop hole to allow the lead to be clipped to the collar without ruffling the coat when the collar is up.
Please select the desired size from the styles on the right hand side of the page. The measurements detailed are based on the coat length and to get the correct length you should measure your dog from the neck (between the shoulder blades) to the base of the back (where the tail starts).
Check out our handy article "Does my dog need a coat? "
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