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« on: November 22, 2008 01:01:47 PM »

My poor angel gets sooooooooo cold in the winter, so I thought I had better do something about it.  (All the shivering and sad looks were really getting to me.  He is a bit of a drama queen.)  I start looking around for patterns and found one on BurdaStyle http://www.burdastyle.com/howtos/show/199



Overall the jacket turned out pretty good, but Howl is part Mastiff and I didn't allow for his wrinkle skins, or the fact that his underside slopes up. 



I also learned very quickly that the dark flannel and black corduroy that I used are magnets for puppy hair!   Smiley  I think I am going to make him another one with what I've learned, but in the meantime, he isn't let me take his new jacket off!  Lucky for me, cold dogs aren't picky!



 
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« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2008 01:41:01 PM »

Awwww it's a big doggy coat. Howl is adorable. My big puppy is double coated and we live in Texas so a coat for him would be kind of silly, but I've entertained the thought. For now I stick to putting cheerleading costumes on him at Pet Smart.  Grin For your next coat I'd just match a color to his fur. When I have my own house I just want carpet that matches the animal's fur colors when they're all mixed together. 
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« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2008 06:10:05 PM »

Awwww it's a big doggy coat. Howl is adorable. My big puppy is double coated and we live in Texas so a coat for him would be kind of silly, but I've entertained the thought. For now I stick to putting cheerleading costumes on him at Pet Smart.  Grin For your next coat I'd just match a color to his fur. When I have my own house I just want carpet that matches the animal's fur colors when they're all mixed together. 

Ha!  We live in Mississippi!  Howl is a wimp.  I bet he would let me dress him up in other stuff, but his dad had a hard enough time with the coat.   Cheesy  Too bad all of my furbabies are way different colors...that carpet plan is brilliant!
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