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Today was the first time that Alfie has worn his new Equafleece coat. What a life saver!! Went this morning for Alfie's play time in the park, which is like a mud bog, with only four paws, tail, and head to get muddy as he chased and played rough and tumble. End result - time spent cleaning Alfie when he got home around 3 mins. Time spent cleaning Equafleece about 3 mins (mud just fell off). Several people asked about this coat in the park as well - while all their dogs were looking like they had been through some manure heap my Alfie was relatively clean!! Thank you Equafleece - money well spent. Hurrah!!!!
 

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Do any of you find that your dogs feel the cold a lot of they get wet? Bobs shivers non stop. It even happens after his bath when he is in a nice warm house! His equable eve jumper is a Godsend for times like that as it keeps his body temp normal till he's dry. Can't recommend them enough.
 

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Ive waited and waited hopeing i'd win the comp but couldnt wait any longer and ive had to buy another (buddys first one is getting so tight) anyway ive ordered a size bigger and its fine but the legs are alot bigger so im hopeing his legs wont matt?
 

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Online Jayne just punch in equafleece,it shows you how to measure your dog its from the middle of the breast bone to their bum Buddy's in a 26" which is slighty big but i like to wash and tumble dry mine so it will shrink a little.
 

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Lady doesn't have time to shiver,,,,she runs around like a crazy dog to dry off after the bath or coming in from the cold...i think she does it to warm up. then she takes a snooze.
 

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Yeah Bobs does the mad dash round the house too - bathed him this morning and he took huge delight jumping on and off the beds with his wet paws!! :(

It's when he has done with all the madness and curls up for a sleep, he starts to shiver like mad - he literally has his cage shaking and rattling. I now put his jmper on him as soon as he has been towel dried and it keeps his body warm while he dries off.

Works a treat :)
 
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