Hurtta Cooling Coats

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The cooling coat is designed to make your dog more comfortable in hot weather and when exposed to the sun. The product is ideal for summer training for active dogs and for outdoor dog shows. The coat cools the dog’s back and chest and helps to make the heat more tolerable for your dog. The coat has an adjustable belt and collar and a detachable belly flap. An opening on the back allows the leash to be fed through when using a harness.

Rinse the coat thoroughly in cold water. Wring dry carefully until the coat no longer drips.  The coat works through the cooling effect caused by the water evaporating.  The duration of the cooling effect depends on air temperature, humidity and the size of the dog.

Please Note:  A dog wearing a cooling coat must not be left alone in hot weather.  The coats cooling affect reduces as the lining dries.

How to measure:

1. The back length should be measured from the withers (not the collar) to the base of the tail, while the dog is standing in a normal position. When measuring the back length, be very careful as depending on the dogs position, the dimensions may vary by inches. The back length of the overalls may be at least 1"-2" smaller in small sizes and 4"-8" smaller in
large sizes.

2. The neckline measurement should be taken at the base of the dogs neck, this being the widest part of the neck. The neckline of the Overalls can be larger than the circumference of the dog's neck, as it can be adjusted to fit a smaller neck.

3. The chest measurement should be taken at the widest point of the chest, from behind the front legs. To ensure sufficient room for movement, the chest measurement of the overalls should be at least 2" larger in small sizes and at least 4"-8" larger in large sizes. Breeds with long and thick fur need more room for the chest than dogs with short fur.

4. The front leg length should be measured from the bottom of the rib cage along the inside of the leg to the wrist bone. The front leg length of the Overall should be shorter than the inside length of the dogs leg. So that the dog can safely run and play while wearing the overalls, the front legs should at most reach the dogs wrist.

For the Micro Vest take the chest measurement behind the ribcage.

Males generally take a size bigger than females.

Breed guide:
This is a guide only. Please measure your dog to ensure the correct fit.

Cm/Inch

 

(23) 8": Chihuahua

 

(24) 9": Miniature Pincher, Yorkshire Terrier, Chihuahua

 

10": Papillon, Maltese, Toy Poodle

 

(27) 11": Toy Poodle, Papillon, Silky Terrier, Chinese Crested

 

(30) 12": Havanese, Shih-tzu, Chinese Crested

 

(33) 13": Rat Terrier, Havanese

 

(36) 14": Basenji, French Bulldog, Mini Schnauzer, Italian Greyhound, Boston Terrier

 

15": Dachshund, Jack Russell Terrier

 

(40) 16": Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Shetland Sheepdog

 

(42) 17": Dachshund

 

(45) 18": Jack Russel/Fox Terrier, Dachshund, Scotch Terrier, Spaniel, Wheaten Terrier,

 

        Whippet, Female Boxer, Border Collie

 

(50) 20": Vizsla, Shar Pei, Boxer, Australian Shepherd

 

(55) 22": Portugese Water Dog, Male Boxer, Pitt Bull, Petite NA Dobermann, Standard Poodle

 

(60) 24": Female Euro Dobermann, NA male Doberman, Ibizan Hound

 

(65) 26": Male Euro Doberman, Female Rhodesian Ridgeback, Rottweiler

 

(70) 28": Husky, Males Rhodesian Ridgeback, Briard

 

(75) 30": Borzoi, Russian Black Terrier, Bernese Mountain Dog

 

(85) 33": Great Dane, St Bernard, Irish Wolfhound

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NZ$80.00 NZ$78.00
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