I like: Fleece Lined Dog Rain Coat

Fleece Lined Dog Rain Coat

I like: Fleece Lined Dog Rain Coat
Dog . Designed specifically for those barrel chested and hard to fit breeds, this offers superior adjustability. Generous haunch coverage as well as easy harness access. Features: – Water Resistant Treated Nylon Shell – Fleece Liner – Harness Access Zipper – 3M Reflective – Velcro Closure – Reflective Label – Machine Washable Sizing: 12: Length: 12 in.; Girth: 17-20 in. 14: Length: 14 in.; Girth: 20-23 in. 16: Length: 16 in.; Girth: 22-26 in. 18: Length: 18 in.; Girth: 24-27 in. 20: Length: 20 in.; Girth: 26-31 in. 22: Length: 22 in.; Girth: 27-32 in. 24: Length: 24 in.; Girth: 30-34 in. 26: Length: 26 in.; Girth: 32-36 in.
List Price: $ 55.00
Price: $ 45.00

Projects: www.i-madethisforyou.blogspot.com My dog hates to dress up but since it’s getting a bit chilly outside, I have to be a mean mother and make him put on a sweater. I know the hood is, , completely useless, but it looks adorable on him. Permalink of diagram for measurements here bumblingpanda.tumblr.com Materials: (depending on your dog’s size) about 1/8 yard of fabric 5-inch zipper (optional) Blog: www.bumblingpanda.wordpress.com Follow me twitter.com

Question by hp_n5495: How do I keep dog hair off my polar fleece jacket?
My dog, a german shepherd, sheds seemingly year round. I have a green polar fleece jacket that I wear frequently, but it attracts hair from my dog like nothing else. The only way I’ve found to minimize the hair problem is to run my jacket through the dryer with like five of those fabric softener sheets. This methods works, but not completely and the effect lasts only for a few days at most.

To remove the hair, I just use tape, but with this much hair I run through tape quickly and it all comes back shortly thereafter.

What are some other methods to keep myself from looking like an idiot covered in dog hair?

Best answer:

Answer by CrazyChic86
Get a lint roller! They work well. And try not to let your dog rub all on you while you have the jacket on!

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Comments

    • stacey b
    • July 27, 2012

    Since it is winter right now, the humidity levels are very low and static is up, so dog hair is more likely to cling to you at this time of the year.
    Ok here are some steps to minimize this.
    1:Continue using fabric softener sheets
    2: Use that non-cling spray that women spray on nylons to stop them sticking to their skirts
    3: Brush and wash your dog as often as you can. Use a wired brush. There are also some special shampoos that help.
    4: Try not to let your dog on places your jacket might touch such as chairs, couches, bed, and car seats.(put plastic on them if you have too!)
    5: Buy one of this sticky rollers, then just use as necessary. They are fairly in expensive so keep one in your car, bedroom etc.
    Good luck

    • Chrissy
    • July 27, 2012

    well, only think i can think of, is for you to buy another jacket. but where you’re new jack under your green one…and when you leave your house, take off your green one, and voila, you’re new one is hairless.

    and when you get home, put on your green jacket again, over your new one

    OR…there’s a lint brush you can buy (it does not use that sticky tape that you keep peeling off), it’s simply a brush that you can use again and again and again (no tape required)

    but to save the hassle of grooming yourself like a cat everytime you leave the house, i’d just buy another jacket…try a buy one that isn’t fleece though. buy yourself a nice leather jacket, problem solved.

    • hydez2002
    • July 27, 2012

    i use a lint brush or packing tape. there’s also this “sponge” thing that my fiance got and it works.

    • susan9
    • July 27, 2012

    That’s always been a problem for me as well. The dryer sheet idea of yours actually sounds good. I think I will try it. Sorry I am no help.

    • Civilian
    • July 27, 2012

    one – DO NOT use TAPE, BAD BAD BAD
    get a lint roller instead

    • DENISE V
    • July 27, 2012

    shave your dog

    • The Emperor of Ecstasy
    • July 27, 2012

    with three dogs we gave up….we just use tape before going out…works for us….

    • melissapinkfloyd
    • July 27, 2012

    hang it up!

    • sophylakes
    • July 27, 2012

    polar fleece and shedding dogs do not go together… as well as black, velvet etc….. remember to brush your dog daily

    • PurdyBear1
    • July 27, 2012

    yes you can add an inch, but not too much or the arm holes wont be in the right place. MaKe the first pattern out of paper, and compare it to your dog and then add or take off bits until its right. Remember to add about a cm/quarter of an inch for the seams allowance.

    • superbg4eva
    • July 27, 2012

    It got out horrible :DDD It doesnt even fit her head :D

    • TheLittlmystri
    • July 27, 2012

    Love your doggies and your hoodie model was definitely well behaved. Both of your dogs look so precious. :0) Anyway, I have 5 Pomeranian’s and keeping them in clothes gets expensive. I have not been able to afford hoodies for them nor I have I been successful at making them. I am so happy I found this video and I will definitely be making some hoodies!!!

    • TheLittlmystri
    • July 27, 2012

    P.S. Like the song too!

    • frankbuckboy773
    • July 27, 2012

    Im ganna do that

    • littledragon10011
    • July 27, 2012

    @littledragon10011 LOL

    • MrShmedward4
    • July 27, 2012

    mine turned out to be a total fail

    • h20p0l017
    • July 27, 2012

    so cute!!!

    • knr817
    • July 27, 2012

    Is it ok to make the hoodie a little looser than what the normal size would fit? i dont want my dog to end up with a too-tight hoodie.

    • EmilyLovesHerDogs
    • July 27, 2012

    Cool video

    • DrZaa1
    • July 27, 2012

    Your dog so cute

    • TeenySnowPaws
    • July 27, 2012

    Super cool vd, thank you for sharing… =)

    • coconutdodonutparody
    • July 27, 2012

    Your dog is a chihuahua-Dachshund mix. i have a dog just like that :)

    • amy ramsden
    • July 27, 2012

    too cute

    • Christina N.
    • July 27, 2012

    So cute!!

    • 20345090
    • July 27, 2012

    it is

    • ricatdopr12
    • July 27, 2012

    Sooo cute….

    • CryingAngel179
    • July 27, 2012

    Love it! ? Your dog loved getting his measurments taken too then modeling it! aww!

    • RaineWhiteWolf
    • July 27, 2012

    GREAT video and very easy to follow!! I just wish someone would make a tut with long ‘sleeves’ and ‘legs’ because my Jacktese is clipped and being winter here, his legs get so cold. He has a sweater with very short sleeves and then his sherpa coat I made, but his back legs get cold. I thought about making sherpa boots for him but I know he would pull them off!! it is easier to make a GIRL warmer because she doesn’t need her tummy exposed, if you know what I mean ? Your pooch is sweet!!!

    • Multilinhlinh
    • July 27, 2012

    wow your dog is so calm, my dog would be like, what the hell are you doing. lol

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