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Dont think oscar would like this!!!

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by srhdufe, Jul 30, 2009.


  1. srhdufe

    srhdufe PetForums VIP

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    God it's like a cross between a straight jacket & a cocoon!! lol
     
  3. cassie01

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    creepy!! dont think any dog ive ever met would like that!! its not very flattering is it!!
     
  4. thedogsmother

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    I wouldn't think thats even safe, surely if they panicked and tried to get away they would be falling all over the place.
     
  5. Fleur

    Fleur Vassal to Lilly and Ludo

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    My 2 have these,
    Because I've used them since they were pups they just lie down until I let them out.
    They are great when out walking and they get all muddy or after a bath.

    After their bath I just rub them down then Zip them up and put them in their ctate for 1/2 an hour whilst they finish drying off :)
     
  6. Classyellie

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    Harvey definately wouldn't like it :D
     
  7. Cassies-mum

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    cassie would hate it!!
     
  8. rona

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    Great in the winter, for exhausted gundogs after a days work. Quite a few spaniel people seem to used them. Spaniels seem to feel the cold when they have stopped charging around :D
     
  9. Nonnie

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    We used to use these on our gundogs. Fantastic for keeping the older ones warm, and really helps with drying them.

    I used to use them for my boys in my friends car. Kept his backseat clean and dry, and the dogs nice, still and warm.

    Would never leave a dog alone in one, and i dont think any half decent owner would.
     
  10. JSR

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    :eek: I can't imagine a wiggle staffy type in one of those!! Can see the advantage definately but wouldn't suit my lot!

    I'm happy with my toweling coats handmade by TRPD with all the profits going to rescues!! Plug plug plug!! :D

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  11. Nonnie

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    I have those for in the house, as i never have heating on over the winter and the boys get cold.

    My boys handle the bags quite well, its getting them in them thats the hardest, although i havent used one for years cos of Oscar losing his leg.
     
  12. rona

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    You ought to plug them in September or October when people are thinking of getting things like that for the winter :)
     
  13. Badger's Mum

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    I'm just thinking the same, i'd like one for Badger and misty. Ben won't wear one :rolleyes:
     
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