Recommendations anyone? Towelling coat for dogs

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  1. Emily

    Emily Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    OH has put his foot down :(. Looks like we'll be buying a chamois type cloth instead. Poor deprived Ella :(. That heather colour would have looked beautiful on her
     
  2. UncleBob

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    Stamp on it! ;)
     
  3. Emily

    Emily Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    Ella's currently trying to instigate a round of bitey face with him :eek::D

    I think she's got it covered..
     
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  4. Beanwood

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  5. snowbunny

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    Heather does look good on a choccy.

    Just sayin'

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  6. Emily

    Emily Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    Oh stop!
     
  7. Pilatelover

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    Oh no I've just read this as Im doing a little bit of catching up. I got back from Melbourne on Monday after being in Sydney for 23 days. Not that it's any use to you but I can probably get one to you next autumn sorry. :(
     
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    @snowbunny pink also looks very fetching on a chocolate. I felt guilty for not bring my girl a pressie back from Australia so I got this instead. OH informs me it's time to cut back on the shopping. :rolleyes:
     
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    See, look, @Emily, you have to get one! Ella is practically naked without! To be honest, I think she needs one in both heather and pink.
     
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    Stop it everyone!;)
    I know Ripple would be really difficult to get into one of these so why am I so tempted? :D.
     
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    Nah, it's super easy. Hold it upside-down with your left hand, a piece of something tasty in your right, they put their head through, then you turn it the right way up and fasten it. You end up training the "put the head through" part without the lure. My dogs, who hate harnesses, are all perfectly happy with their coats. I think because they know they get tummy rubs in them - their favourite thing :)
     
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  12. JulieT

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    My dogs, who hate harnesses, also hate drying coats! I am now the proud owner of two fantastically expensive and totally useless drying coats. So it is worth checking with something cheap first before splashing out!
     
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  13. UncleBob

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    Harv's old travel crate fell apart (OK, I was too rough and I broke it! But it was fiddly!) so we needed a new one. So glad we saw your post as the Ellie-Bo crate is great - Harv likes it, it's easy to put up, and really light. Thanks for the post Kate.
     
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