Love this coat and wish I could have gotten one for my two small pitties. Got one for my big guy, the mastiff/pit mix, and it is perfect. These pitties need warm coats and this is warm and waterproof and nice looking. It also wraps around his big body, not leaving haunches and sides exposed like so many other coats do. Kirsten
29th Jan 2018
Great Winter Jacket doe Active Dogs!!
I have a Weimaraner who loves to run and play. Playing in the snow, lying in it and eating it are some of the favourite things he lives to do. He hates winter jackets and has shredded most that I’ve purchased this year. I was in a mission to make one as I had yet to find one that encompassed the needs of the dog more than the human companions needs for their dog to have a coat. The comfort coat was that. I was thrilled it had a neck to it as I’ve been putting man neck scarves on my dog since we got him at 6 weeks old. It’s the only thing he’s wear in the winter and loves them. Loved the flannel interior and the exterior and it held up well I. The rain!! Love the ease at which Ican put it on as I’m not bending his legs to fit into sleeves which he hates! And I love the stomach piece as he loves lying in the snow chewing sticks!! Overall it is perfect!! I went with an XL and probably could have gone L but due to my Aaron, he is particularly bigger than most, chest broader than most yet slim and fit. He is a purebred so finding a coat that fits him exact would mean custom ordering one which I may do in the future but I love knowing I have this jacket to keep him warm. It has been -17, -19 here in Canada and we have heavy snow and he has been so warm and I am happier and feel better that he is not shivering. Thank you for taking active dogs lives into mind when making this. Even the shoulder covering is a nice touch- although Tango loves his arms free he doesn’t seem to mind this so much. You can catch images of him on Instagram in his new coat @ Tango.Dukeofportage I’d love to post pictures but don’t see an option! Thank firstname.lastname@example.org
17th Jan 2018