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Danish Design 2 In 1 Blue Dog Coat

Danish Design 2 In 1 Blue Dog Coat
  • Price: £15.99 In Stock

The Danish Design 2 In 1 Dog Coat is the first convertible for dogs! With it's removable polar fleece liner, this coat is superb for both the winter and warmer months. For winter warmth,... Read more

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The Danish Design 2 In 1 Dog Coat is the first convertible for dogs! With it's removable polar fleece liner, this coat is superb for both the winter and warmer months. For winter warmth, attach the polar fleece liner to the coat with the easifit velcro strips. When it's warmer, remove the fleece and the coat converts to a light raincoat. The coat also features full chest protection, light reflective beading and light reflective fastening strap for extra safety at night. Rear leg straps are also built in to help prevent side slippage. The outer coat is made from a waterproof, windproof and breathable fabric to protect from the elements and ensures that your dog is comfortable whatever the weather.

Key features

  • Thermal comfort for your dog
  • Removable inner fleece
  • Can be used as a light raincoat
  • waterproof and windproof
  • Reflective strap and velcro fastening
  • Machine washable.

To accurately measure your dog for a coat, measure from between the shoulder blades to the base of the tail. Choose the size closest to that measure for a comfortable fit.

Size Guide

Measure from between the shoulder blades to the base of the tail to get the correct size.

Customer reviews

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  • Top quality strong collar. I bought the large size for my 8 month old 45kg Newfoundland pup. She's a very strong dog and the plastic clip on collars is always a worry. This held tight and has never opened unexpectedly.I'm just sorry she's now outgrown it and they don't do a bigger size.Great collar, excellent value too.
    Tracey Keeler - March 12, 2013