Coat for cockapoo

(4 Posts)
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 www.dfordog.co.uk/lightweight-waterproof-dog-coat.html 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 www.dfordog.co.uk/microfibre-towelling-dog-drying-coat.html

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