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yorkiegirl
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Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by yorkiegirl on Thu Jan 05, 2012 7:32 pm

We are very proud to announce that Wuffywear are now supporting us as a rescue.
They are offering anyone that is a member a discount on any purchase made
They have put a piece on their Ebay Shop telling people they support us.
Take a look here

WUFFYWEAR

Thank you so much to the member/s that have made this association possible


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Re: Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by WAS7 on Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:01 am

You're welcome Sue, they are lovely dog loving ladies themselves and the coats are lovely too! Nice to support a new British business in these hard times Anne (and Leo) x
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Re: Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by Tetley on Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:53 pm

Perhaps we could drum up more support in this way it`s just a matter of good communications Clapping Clapping Well done Anne
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Re: Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by Tina Collins on Fri Jan 06, 2012 7:21 pm

Teddy's coat is on its way. Should arrive tomorrow. This is a very helpful and efficient business.
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Re: Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by helen01 on Sat Jan 07, 2012 9:39 pm

Teddys coat arrived today, Tina asked me to post the pics:


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Re: Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by aspenscript on Sat Jan 07, 2012 9:46 pm

I'm curious, when you put the lead on it, and put some tension on it, does it pull the coat upwards off him much? Just picturing how mine pull and the harnesses lift up a bit. It looks absolutely FAB so I'm hoping it works out as good as it looks.
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Re: Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by Tina Collins on Sun Jan 08, 2012 6:12 pm

I didn't try the coat on Teddy today as it's been too warm and he doesn't like coats at the best of times lol! As Teddy sometimes thinks he's a rottie I am going to make sure that the clips are nice and secure and the straps tight without cutting off his movement. My only concern is that it will not be as strong as his normal harness which is quite thick. I will let you know if I have any mishaps affraid
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Re: Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by WAS7 on Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:24 pm

Leo pulls sometimes, when he gets a bit excited about something, but I've found the coat to be quite secure, the built in harness is quite strong and they are well made so I don't think a small dog would 'break free' Angie, as long as the straps are adjusted to the right size, the lead doesn't really pull it up from the dog's back Very Happy
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Re: Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by aspenscript on Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:38 pm

Thanks, they really are a great idea.
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Re: Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by tandymar on Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:44 pm

WAS7 wrote:Leo pulls sometimes, when he gets a bit excited about something, but I've found the coat to be quite secure, the built in harness is quite strong and they are well made so I don't think a small dog would 'break free' Angie, as long as the straps are adjusted to the right size, the lead doesn't really pull it up from the dog's back Very Happy

aspenscript wrote:Thanks, they really are a great idea.


Thanks Anne - I was wondering about that too but didn't want to repeat what Angie had said. I was still going to order one for Harry but Hamish is stronger and does pull at bit when we first go out the house or if we haven't been able to get out properly for a day or two. My questions have been answered before I get the first coat. I am looking forward to getting it as it will help so much getting them ready, now there's only me to sort out.
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Re: Wuffywear Dog Coats

Post by nessie on Sun Jan 15, 2012 11:26 am

Hamish loves his new wuffywear coat cheers

will try and get some photos of him later

his old harness fits over it anyway so when my OH takes him out he has both on lol!

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