These sighthound waterproof coats are made from a woven waterproof fabric outer in the Richard Skipworth Houndhead Medley design. You can choose either a cotton lining for a lightweight rainmac or a fleece lining for a more winter weight waterproof coat.
You can choose either a fold back style neck or a snood neck option (snood neck is pictured) On the snood neck option the snood is attached to the coat and made from the same waterproof fabric as the outer with either a cotton or fleece lining depending on your choice
Both styles have a velcro fastening belt and a reflective strip along the back. The fold back neck style also has a velcro adjustment at the front
To order; choose your waterproof fabric outer colour, either plum (modelled by Izzy) or blue or yellow then select neck style and lining fabric type and choose your size from the dropdown menu and I will make to order.
All coats are lined in plain black
For sizing measure between points A and B on the diagram below in inches and this will give you the required coat size (if you wish to have a longer coat you can order the next size up)
I can add a harness hole in the coats. Please measure from the dog's shoulder blades (Point A in the coat measurement diagram) to where the hole needs to be in inches and put this measurement in the box in the listing. This measurement will then be approx. the centre of the hole. Harness holes are made to run vertically along the back seam of the coat only
The fabrics are ordered in and are printed specially to order so please allow 8 weeks for the coat to be made and ready for despatch. I will send you an email to confirm when your order is being processed
£4 from the sale of each coat will be donated to Greyhound Trust Hall Green
These coats are made with a woven waterproof outer fabric and either a cotton or polar fleece lining. They can be machine washed at 30 degrees but do NOT use a fabric conditioner or this may impact the waterproof properties of the coat. Gently pull back into shape and leave to drip dry.
If there are issues with static this can be resolved by rubbing the fleece lining of the coat with a dryer sheet