Coat for cockapoo

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kamillaw Thu 04-Oct-18 22:57:27

Is there something I can get to minimise the winter muck? She's just had her first puppy groom and i want to keep her looking gorgeous grin

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Floralnomad Thu 04-Oct-18 23:47:23

Equafleece , very flexible coats / jumpers that don’t interfere with the dog running about , they also wash well , some of ours are quite a few years old and still look great .

kamillaw Fri 05-Oct-18 08:19:19

Thank you @floralnomad

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LimeJellyHead Fri 05-Oct-18 11:04:37

When choosing a dog coat, think first about what you need it to do. If you need it to keep your dog warm then get a fleece or a coat with a warm lining. If it is just to keep then clean and dry then go for a non-lined waterproof coat, preferably with as much coverage as you can if your dog tends to get wet and muddy :-)

My terrier races about so doesn't suffer from the cold on walks but he does get wet and muddy. He wears one of these because it has no fleece lining.

In the car home he wears a drying coat so he is toasty and getting dry on the way home


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