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 Post subject: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
PostPosted: 05 Jan 2014, 17:51 
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I know this has been a past subject but I cant seem to find the post's so any recommendations \ advice for the above?
Due to all the rain I need something I can put on the hounds for ball play on muddy fields.
Many thanks :)


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 Post subject: Re: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
PostPosted: 05 Jan 2014, 18:20 
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People on here have the dog overalls from zooplus and said they're good. I don't have them so I can't give an opinion... :)

http://m.zooplus.co.uk/shop/dogs/dog_cl ... oof/248453

Off the top of my head, suebedo's Fozzie and Florence has them, and ClaireV's Charlie has them. :)

Hope this helps :)

Rebecca, Cassie & Millie xx


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 Post subject: Re: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
PostPosted: 05 Jan 2014, 18:30 
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We do, they are great. Today they were wearing them and I was stopped by 5 different sets of dog walkers asking where they came from. I'm about to get a second set as with the way the weather is at the moment, they need washing after every single walk and getting them dry in time for the next day is becoming a problem.

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 Post subject: Re: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
PostPosted: 05 Jan 2014, 19:06 
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me to me to and people asked me.

She even dived into a puddle and the top half of her was quite dry. They are brilliant I just wished they did them in other colours

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 Post subject: Re: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
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Hi. My three have the zoo plus dog overalls and they are super for the price. Definitely recommend them.

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 Post subject: Re: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
PostPosted: 06 Jan 2014, 14:53 
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Hi there
Been looking at these given the recent weather and Riley's love of all things that involved mud and water.
Can you give me an indication of what sizes you bought (and the size of your doodle)?
Riley has a large chest size, so a bit concerned re the fit?
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 Post subject: Re: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
PostPosted: 06 Jan 2014, 17:01 
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Lulu is a small miniature and I bought 45cm back length

It is a very good fit she is about 16/17" long to her shoulder (I never know how to measure them)

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Mine have their own coats evolved over many specially years to deal with weather like this :wink: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
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There are instructions on the website about how to measures get the right size. Fozzie got the 70cm and Flo the 65cm - they fit beautifully.

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ME TOO, ME TOO! We have an overall for Lola (the Hurrta one from K9active).

I have been using it even on short walks (and we have had lots of those recently cos of the darned weather.) Lola has so much hair and gets so wet. I just wish it had a hood.... oh and some wellies.

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 Post subject: Re: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
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Many thanks for the replies and looks like zooplus is the winner :) .
I will send for the 70cms and see how that fits.....its really his legs I want covered as the mud is a sticky, thick type that just clings to him.
Cheers all


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 Post subject: Re: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
PostPosted: 07 Jan 2014, 11:31 
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Thanks all! It does look like a worthwhile investment :)
Riley will find the only puddle/expanse of mud there is if need be...unfortunately at the moment he doesn't have to look far at all. His idea of a good walk involves water/mud/snow :lol: it is the dirt that then comes in the house with him afterwards!!
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 Post subject: Re: Dog trouser Suit \ Overalls\Onesie's........
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I realise this is an old thread but I was wondering if these jackets are any good in warmer weather? They are fleece lined according to the site and whilst no jackets are going to be any use in hot weather, Woukd they be ok on a wet summer day. Other wise, does anyone know about a waterproof, unlined jacket?


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