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Flotation Jacket for Dogs

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RRP: $52.00 (You save $6.01)
$45.99
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Product Description

About this Floatation Jacket for Dogs:

 

Keep your dog safe during your favorite water sports.  This Flotation Jacket even has a removeable chin rest to keep your pals nose out of the water!  It has the durability for the most active pet, and they are so stylish! Your dog can swim, have fun and be safe in their comfortable new dog swim jacket.

 This dog swim vest slides easily over the head, easy clip straps and a built in handle on top makes it easy to grab your dog to help it into your boat or out of the pool.

As with all our products, safety is always comes first, so these vests are made with tough 1680 denier nylon, variable thickness buoyancy cells and reflective trim. 

 It comes in two fashionable colors and four sizes. 

 

Size chart:

 

Size       Length of upper back            Girth

Teacup     6 in / 15 cm                       10-14 inches

XXS          8 in / 20 cm                       16 - 22 inches

XS          10 in / 25 cm                       17 - 25 inches

S            13 in / 33 cm                       19 - 30 inches

M            16 in / 40 cm                       23 - 35 inches

L             20 in / 50 cm                       30 - 45 inches

        

 

*Jacket length is neck to base of the tail

 

*Girth is around the widest part of the ribcage.

 

 

Safety First!

 Remember, although they may try their hardest, not all dogs can swim! The dogs that can’t are typically those with large, heavy chests in relation to their hindquarters, and they often have short muzzles. These dogs may swim well enough to splash about a little under supervision while wearing a life vest, but that’s about it. The most extreme example of these breeds is the Bulldog. The Bulldog is so poorly built for water survival that breeders and rescue groups often require a home check to ensure that a pool is safely fenced off. Bulldogs typically sink like rocks.

If your dog loves swimming, safety is still up to you. Make sure your dog doesn’t get overly tired. Be aware that puppies and older dogs will tire more easily will and be less aware of their fatigue until it’s too late. Stay away from strong currents and areas with underwater debris that can entangle a dog.

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