Stretch Fleece Grass
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Stretch Fleece Grass

These stretch fleece pullovers are awesome! 

They provide superb year round popover jacket is the best you’ll find anywhere! This is truly a fantastic and useful garment that you’ll reach for over and over again. All of our solid colors contain recycled polyester and 7% spandex for 4-way stretch. The finish is unbelievably soft, like velvet. It’s a piece of cake to put on and moves with your dog, making it the most comfortable coat around. Washes like a dream!

SIZING TIP: This fleece is exceptionally stretchy! Many dogs fit better one size down from their regular size. If your dog is on the smaller side of the girth measurements and not a very wide breed (like a bully breed), we suggest sizing down.

Care instructions: Machine wash, tumble dry low or hang to dry (dries super fast!). Avoid fabric softener – it can cause pilling on synthetic fabrics.

1. Measure your dog!

Length Start with your dog standing up, this is very important as dogs get several inches longer when they sit and lay down. Measure your standing dog from the base of its neck to base of its tail. Do not measure all the way up the collar, we’re aiming for the point where the shoulders and neck meet. Voila! The length measurement.
LengthMeasureImage-1

Girth with your dog still standing and using a soft flexible measuring tape (or the string method – described below) measure around your dog’s rib cage, just behind the front legs.
Girth Measure
The String Method for girth
Wrap a length of string (or anything flexible really, a belt, yarn, ribbon, fishing line, etc) around the dog, marking the meeting point and then measure the string with a flat measuring tape or ruler.

2. Choose a size

Looking at the charts below find where your dog’s measurements fall. It’s not uncommon for a dog the have different sizes correspond to the length and the girth. It’s usually best to choose based on the closest girth measurement, i.e. aim to have your dog in the middle of the girth range. If you have a big difference, say the girth of a size 18 and the length of a size 24, drop us an email or a call and we’d be happy to select just the right coat for your dog! Very wide dogs should size up for anything except the stretch fleece, and narrow dogs should size down, especially with the stretch fleece.



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Stretch Fleece Grass

These stretch fleece pullovers are awesome! 

They provide superb year round popover jacket is the best you’ll find anywhere! This is truly a fantastic and useful garment that you’ll reach for over and over again. All of our solid colors contain recycled polyester and 7% spandex for 4-way stretch. The finish is unbelievably soft, like velvet. It’s a piece of cake to put on and moves with your dog, making it the most comfortable coat around. Washes like a dream!

SIZING TIP: This fleece is exceptionally stretchy! Many dogs fit better one size down from their regular size. If your dog is on the smaller side of the girth measurements and not a very wide breed (like a bully breed), we suggest sizing down.

Care instructions: Machine wash, tumble dry low or hang to dry (dries super fast!). Avoid fabric softener – it can cause pilling on synthetic fabrics.

1. Measure your dog!

Length Start with your dog standing up, this is very important as dogs get several inches longer when they sit and lay down. Measure your standing dog from the base of its neck to base of its tail. Do not measure all the way up the collar, we’re aiming for the point where the shoulders and neck meet. Voila! The length measurement.
LengthMeasureImage-1

Girth with your dog still standing and using a soft flexible measuring tape (or the string method – described below) measure around your dog’s rib cage, just behind the front legs.
Girth Measure
The String Method for girth
Wrap a length of string (or anything flexible really, a belt, yarn, ribbon, fishing line, etc) around the dog, marking the meeting point and then measure the string with a flat measuring tape or ruler.

2. Choose a size

Looking at the charts below find where your dog’s measurements fall. It’s not uncommon for a dog the have different sizes correspond to the length and the girth. It’s usually best to choose based on the closest girth measurement, i.e. aim to have your dog in the middle of the girth range. If you have a big difference, say the girth of a size 18 and the length of a size 24, drop us an email or a call and we’d be happy to select just the right coat for your dog! Very wide dogs should size up for anything except the stretch fleece, and narrow dogs should size down, especially with the stretch fleece.

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