A new item from the drying coat folks, Cooling coats!
Sizing guide is below, they are sized different from the drying coats (they are priced slightly less than the drying coats). I’m going to give them a try for my own crew, let me know if you want to order!
With triple layered cooling technology, this new Cooling Coat gives the active dog owner control and reassurance on warmer days. If it’s sunny outdoors, the Cooling Coat will cool your dog and keep it refreshed, allowing you both to enjoy summer adventures.
Simple to use and quick acting, its active water cooling power keeps your dog cool throughout the day.
Soak the Cooling Coat in cold water, wring it out, pop it on, and the dog’s temperature will start to lower. Using evaporative cooling technology, three layers work together to reduce the dog’s heat.
With the maximum rating of UPF 50+, the outer silver layer deflects the sun’s rays.The middle layer holds cool water in a reservoir section. The dog’s heat activates the cooling power of water, mocking ‘sweating’ which cools the dog. The inner comfy mesh layer acts as a membrane. For continuous cooling ensure that the central layer is soaked at all times.
It is always best to use the coats as a preventative measure rather than wait until your dog is panting and overheating. Always seek shade and provide water on warmer days and note that different dogs tolerate different temperatures dependent on their breed, size, coat, age and weight.
COOLING COAT SIZER
Cooling coat sizes differ from Drying Coat sizes. Please double check your sizes using the guide below.
If your dog is between two sizes we recommend taking the smaller size.
|XS||35cm – 55cm||33cm – 40cm||Most Terriers, Bichon Frise, Pug, Westie, Miniature Dachshund|
|S||45cm – 73cm||40cm – 50cm||Cocker Spaniel, Staffie, Cockerpoo, French Bulldog|
|M||58cm – 86cm||50cm – 60cm||Labrador, Small Retriever, Border Collie, Bigger Springer Spaniel|
|L||68cm – 97cm||60cm – 75cm||Large Labrador, Setter, Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Rotweiller|
|XL||89cm – 116cm||75cm – 100cm||Bernese Mountain Dog, Great Dane, Newfoundland, Irish Wolfhound,St Bernard|
All measurements and breeds shown are guidelines only. There are always exceptions to the rule.
Calling junior dog lovers!
This is a great opportunity for kids wanting to give dog sports a try. Sessions are being held at All Things Dog Room, sponsored by Forbidden Plateau Obedience & Tracking Club and taught by Club members.
The drying and cooling coats have arrived. I ordered a few items for stock so the following is available: 2 – pairs of drying mitts ($40), 2 – XS drying coats($75), 2 – Med drying coats($85), 3 – large drying coats($90),British slip leads in a variety of colors($24)
I’ve had a few requests for drying coats so am thinking to put an order in next week. Currently in stock is 1 – medium, 1 – small and 1 – x-small. I plan to bring in some large and a couple of med/large. They also supply the drying mitts and British slip leads. If you are wanting a specific size/color in the coats please let me know!
Rabbit hemorrhage Disease has made itself known again. Especially around the Courtenay Airpark! They tend to hang out in the parking lot at the Mansfield building as well.
Please watch your dogs on walks and pass the msg to anyone who owns bunnies.
This does not effect our dogs but they can pass the disease.
Rally Mock Trial
Thanks to Tamara, Ruth and Penny for running this successful Rally practice day at the All Things Dog Room, lots of new and seasoned handlers. Hopefully another to follow in early spring.
February Obedience Mock Trial
There will be an Obedience Mock Trial on Sunday Feb 19th, this is the weekend before the FPOTC AIOC Obedience Trial.
The new mats are down!
The new mats look great! A huge thank you to Janna Rist, Sandy Franceschini, Anne Calvert and Peter Lavallee for helping to get this install done quickly! Ricochet has done a test run and approves.