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    We're thinking of getting Charlie a coat for our trip to Tassie in April, as he seems to feel the cold quite easily and Tassie in April... brrrr! It will be a sensible one though, and most likely waterproof.

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    If you come back as a dog, what breed do you want to be
    Don't care as long as I get to lay around on the couch and sleep on a warm bed at night with a full belly and my ears getting scratched. And if you have to dress me up in frilly clothes to go walkies - then so be it!
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    [QUOTE=Soverencraft;72549]Don't care as long as I get to lay around on the couch and sleep on a warm bed at night with a full belly and my ears getting scratched. And if you have to dress me up in frilly clothes to go walkies - then so be it!/QUOTE]


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    I've had friends say they'd like to come back as one of my dogs!

    I have 3 boxes of dog coats, small, medium and large! It can get really cold here in winter so the dogs that feel the cold get rugged up. I've already got the fleeces out for the greyhounds as they have very thin skin, in the middle of winter they usually have a double coat on. It's handy having extras for the boarders who may not come with a coat, and for when the coats get dirty and have to be washed I have spares to put on the dogs.

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    Jeez Choppa, I so hope that doggy is a girl!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    I'm curious, why do some of you use coats? on your dogs I mean.
    we can get to - 5 or less in winter, my Bull Terrier has a thicker coat, so is fine - but now he has arthritis, so will see how he goes this winter , my staffy has a very very fine coat and gets very cold. Last year I was starting work at 6am, this year i am doing night shifts, my dogs love their coats!

    I also have a Anti BSL shirt for them both that I will put on them if we are going out somewhere -just depends, and kaos has her Pjs

    I have coloured my dogs, both of them - some people find it horrible, i see it as a bit of fun, and the attention they get is amazing, i have had people who normally dont like my breeds come and talk to me when my guys were pink and blue and whatever other colour!



    She wore these to ANZAC day last year - it was freeezing, she loved it, everyone stopped and gave her a pat!

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    Thanks for answering my question to all who did. Health reasons I understand, such as arthritis. Cold conditions I sure understand the need for extra warmth if the dogs are fine coated etc and shivering from the cold.

    Speaking of that, can you knit C&B? I'll collect all of Inca's coat this year, wash it in wool wash and you can knit it into a grogeous little coat for when you move back down here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Thanks for answering my question to all who did. Health reasons I understand, such as arthritis. Cold conditions I sure understand the need for extra warmth if the dogs are fine coated etc and shivering from the cold.

    Speaking of that, can you knit C&B? I'll collect all of Inca's coat this year, wash it in wool wash and you can knit it into a grogeous little coat for when you move back down here.
    There are a few people on DOL who are playing around with spinning dog fur. I am allergic to Ats fur, and get nothing from Kaos, so not something I would look at doing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Thanks for answering my question to all who did. Health reasons I understand, such as arthritis. Cold conditions I sure understand the need for extra warmth if the dogs are fine coated etc and shivering from the cold.

    Speaking of that, can you knit C&B? I'll collect all of Inca's coat this year, wash it in wool wash and you can knit it into a grogeous little coat for when you move back down here.


    No I actually can't! MIL can though - she's really talented. Makes ponchos etc and sells them. She's offered to make Charlie a coat! Now I know what material she can use

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