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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberrys Mom View Post
    @nubonics yes- the quality is good.

    I need to get them raincoats this year. Just don't know if I want the yellow or cameo..lol
    camo!

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    I walk my guys every day it's not raining for my health and my dogs. It's been a nightmare trying to find cloths that fit my English Bulldogs.
    With a cold coming on I had to get jackets for both of my guys, so I took a chance and ordered two jackets from Dr. Foster in Smith's dog supply site.

    On the page for ordering them there is a size table to pick the correct size jacket for your dog, so I measured both of them and it looked like a large would work so I ordered both of them.
    When I received them I tried them on both dogs and was shocked to see how well they fit and also really like the the way they designed the jacket.

    It simply slips over their head and then there's a breast and belly piece that has two straps with Velcro that are simply brought up from the belly and over the ridge of their back and Velcro together which means the jacket will grow with the dog.
    The outer shell is waterproof, windproof, and breathable. And the jacket is lined with fleece. It has two straps at the rear to go around their hind legs but I don't use those and the jacket stays put for me. The jacket also has highly reflective stitching around the belly straps and the whole perimeter of the jacket.

    I have to say I got really lucky finding this jacket and on top of that it's on sale and believe it still on sale, I've had them for about a month now.

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    We found a brand that makes bulldog specific clothing. Ruckus has a fleece hoodie from Plus Sized Pups in size Bigger than Beefy.

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    @Bella and Dozers Dad Thanks for the info. Your babies are adorable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nubonics View Post
    Thanks all. If I find anything during my search I'll let you know. I might just need to learn how to sew LOL. I know they do have dog jacket patterns out there.
    Hi Nu, Stewart, and Curly...that is what Denise does. I think she found the pattern at Joanns.

    Yeah...Curly is a big handsome fella and I can understand how hard it would be for find some apparel for him.

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    @Bellaanddozersdad what are your bull's measurements? Curly is 22in around the chest, 33in long. His shoulder width is about 13 inches. He's a big boy lol with Strange measurements
    @rjisaterp I think stu want to sign me up for sewing classes now. Lol

    Your bullies do have excellent coats. I think making coats might be the best option
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    Quote Originally Posted by nubonics View Post
    @Bellaanddozersdad what are your bull's measurements? Curly is 22in around the chest, 33in long. His shoulder width is about 13 inches. He's a big boy lol with Strange measurements
    @rjisaterp I think stu want to sign me up for sewing classes now. Lol

    Your bullies do have excellent coats. I think making coats might be the best option
    We found Jewel's sweater at PetSmart as well as that Raven's jersey Bentley had (originally for Jewel...but it does not fit her anymore). My wife did make some fleece and rain coats that attach with a strap. Nothing as dashing at some of the websites I visited but they get the job done.

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    I've seen some really nice ones online. But they're WAY out of my price comfort. For instance the fur coat I attached to one of my posts is $150!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella and Dozers Dad View Post
    I walk my guys every day it's not raining for my health and my dogs. It's been a nightmare trying to find cloths that fit my English Bulldogs.
    With a cold coming on I had to get jackets for both of my guys, so I took a chance and ordered two jackets from Dr. Foster in Smith's dog supply site.

    On the page for ordering them there is a size table to pick the correct size jacket for your dog, so I measured both of them and it looked like a large would work so I ordered both of them.
    I'm ready to buy this coat for Buttercup! But once again it looks like she is between sizes. Would you be willing to share your dogs' length & girth measurements? Winter has arrived and she is not ready to do without her daily speedwalk.

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    @nubonics, @minibull

    Bella is 22" at length and 28" at her girth and she is one year old

    Dozer is 21" at length and 29" at his girth and he is ten months old

    They both use a size large for the Fairbanks coat

    HTH

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    I really like the coats you got them but I think that the length might be too short for curly. The XL is 30" and he is 33". He'll have a little cold booty @Bellaanddozersdad
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    Well Curly having a cold little booty is not going to cut it

    Just checked the other coats on there site and it seems the longest is 30" which seems short for a lot of breeds?

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