Dogrobes

The Tweed Range Slumber Bed

A subtle blend of country green tweed and tan faux suede.
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Tweed
The Tweed Range of bedding gives a traditional feel of the country with subtle earth colours. The mix of tweed and faux suede fabric textures offer a hard wearing bed with a comfortable feel. Made from polyester and acrylic.

GREEN TWEED
A subtle blend of country green tweed and tan faux suede.
Dogrobes Features Diagram

Dogrobes have multiple uses. Many of our customers use them to dry their dogs after going out to exercise in all weathers, after beach or agility fun, woodland walks or riverside swims. Others use them after wet work and training, hydrotherapy sessions and baths. Here are some of the other benefits of using Dogrobes that our customers have shared with us:

• A wet Dogrobe will cool a dog in hot weather
• Dogrobes shield surroundings from grit, mess and muck
• They help keep coats flat when travelling to dog shows
• Dogrobes melt ‘snowballs’ on dogs’ underbellies
• Dogrobes protect upholstery and furniture from dampness and nasty smells
• Wearing a Dogrobe can comfort an anxious, fearful or over-excited pet
• Perfect for swimming/grooming dogs who don’t like hairdryers/blasters
• Great when grooming curly dogs to maintain curls
• They help comfort dogs who tremble when wet
• Mask smells and odours
• Prevent soiling of furniture/carpets when ointments are applied
• Ideal for holidays in caravans and motorhomes where space is limited
• Prevent dog coat matting caused by vigorous towel drying
Before ordering, we recommend you measure your dog to get the best fitting Dogrobe. If measuring up isn’t an option, you could opt for the breed example shown. And if the Dogrobe is a surprise gift and you’re unsure of the size, just get in touch with us.
How does your dog measure up?

Finding the right size of Dogrobe couldn’t be easier. Follow the step-by-step instructions below or watch the video to see how it’s done:

• Grab a tape measure and measure around the girth of your dog (the deepest part of his chest) to find out how many inches or centimetres he is.

Dogrobes Measuring Guide

• Check out our table below to find out which size category your dog’s girth measurement falls into. Should you find your dog is between sizes, opt for the size up. The girth measurement is in fact equal to the length of the Dogrobe – from the collar to a few inches over the hindquarters.

Dogrobe SizeDog's Girth MeasurementBreed Example Guideline
MINI16 inches/41cmYorkshire Terrier
TOY20 inches/51cmJack Russel
XS24 inches/61cmCocker Spaniel
S26 inches/66cmSpringer Spaniel
M30 inches/76cmBorder Collie
L32 inches/81cmLabrador
XL36inches/91cmGerman Shepherd
XXL40 inches/101cmGreat Dane
XXXL44 inches/112cmNewfoundland
How to Measure Your DogHow to Dry Your Dog

Additional Information

Breed Recommended All Breeds
Made in Scotland
Size 18" - 45cm

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