Our Iggy stylist expert, Miss Emma, is featured wearing her favorite Sweater / Daycoat! This is a versatile piece that can easily go from work to sleep in a blink of an eye. Miss Emma is one of Duds 4 Bud’s newest super models. She is a California girl who loves classic designs with an edge. The sweater fleece fabric of this Sweater / Daycoat is perfect for chilly walks or just hanging around the house this winter. Sweater fleece fabric is soft and a little heavier than no pill fleece and has stretch to it for your hound’s comfort. The argyle pattern is a grey background with fuchsia pink and dark blue diamonds. The mock turtle neck is made of the same sweater fleece as the bodice in a dark blue with tiny black specks. Velcro belly closure. Remember this is a Daycoat/Jammie and is designed to be a little shorter. The trim lines stop around the front of your hound’s thigh. It does not cover the rear.
Miss Emma would be happy to assist you in creating your hound’s wardrobe. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Take note that the D4B board meetings are held on Mondays from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m., so Miss Emma will be unavailable during that hour, however if it is urgent please let her secretary know and she will do her best to take your call. She’s a girl on the run!
Easy to put on: Simply put head through the neck opening and fasten Velcro belly strap. There is no need to remove for potty breaks for male or female.
Fabric: Mid-weight Sweater Fleece
Color: Grey background with Fuchsia Pink and Dark Blue diamond pattern
Neck: Dark Blue with tiny black flecks mock turtleneck in the same Sweater Fleece fabric as bodice
Closure: Velcro belly closure
Care Instructions: Close Velcro. Machine wash cold/ tumble dry on cool.
Sizing: Does not cover the rear
S/M = Girth 16″ – 18″ inches (largest circumference of chest). Length is 10 inches (base of neck to base of tail).
M/L = Girth 19″ – 21″ inches (largest circumference of chest). Length is 11 inches (base of neck to base of tail).
If you do not have a tape measure, use a piece of string. Wrap a string around the largest part of chest and mark it. Lay the string out flat and measure with a ruler or yard stick.
Please contact us if you need sizing help.