attractive 'charcoal' waxed dog coat with fleecy
lining and Velcro fastening. Underbelly
These coats slip over the
dogs head and the chest piece goes all the
way around the dogs belly and fastens with
Velcro on the dogs back. It has a fleecy
turn-back collar that can be rolled
forwards. It is rare for a waxed dog coat to
have underbelly protection. Get yours today.
This range of dog rain
come in sizes of 12" to 24" increasing
2" each size. Available in an attractive
charcoal coloured wax outer shell and lined
with a light-weight but warm brown fleece.
The strap on this coat is
an extension of the chest piece that covers
the dogs belly keeping it dry and warm, it
fastens at the back with Velcro which allows
room for adjustment. This underbelly dog
coat also has a turn back collar which can
be rolled up for further protection from the
On the dog, these dog
coats not only help keep your pet warm and
dry but also look attractive and stylish.
This is helped by the black edging and matching
black strap. A dart at the back of the coat
(above the dogs tail) shapes the coat to
fit the dog better and helps to keep the
back of the dog coat down under blustery
conditions. Perfect as a winter dog coat.
For city life or country pursuits.
We would not recommend
these coats be washed in a machine due to
their waxed material but will hand clean
beautifully every time.
Now Available in
SANDSTONE WAX with Cream lining:
A top quality washable waxed
material with a sandstone colour. Select your
options at the bottom of this page when
you would like the same style coat in nylon
with a thicker fleece please see our
Available in 5 colours.
measuring your dog be sure he/she is standing
squarely in a natural position with the
head up. Take a tape-measure and measure
from the base of the neck to the base of
the tail (as depicted above). This value
(in inches) is the size of dog coat you
want. If you dog is just on the measurement
consider buying the size up. Don't forget that the base of the
tail should preferably be covered to stop
rain dripping down the back of the dog's