Hurtta Cooling Dog Vest - Blue
Cooling Dog Harness Vest - Blue
The Dog Cooling Vest cools and and keeps your dog comfortable on hot days. Simply, dip in cold water – wring dry – cool down! Protects the heart region and chest, vital for circulation. Ideal for walks, hiking, training sessions and dog shows. Double absorption capacity in comparison with terry cloth coats.
Sizes for Chihuahua's to Great Danes! Chest Girth 14 - 42 inches.
The vest is not adjustable. To put on, the dog steps into it and it zips up the back.
Available in Sizes XXS - XXL
Sizes XXS-S have attachment loops for a leash.
Bring on the heat! What more could you want! Cools and gives your pup a feeling of comfort, Ideal for hiking, walks, training and training shows, Excellent absorption capacity
To Measure: Measure around the chest at the thickest part, usually just behind the front legs. That is the Chest Girth. To measure the neck measure around the neck where the collar would lay. The CHEST is usually the MOST IMPORTANT measurement. Please DO NOT order based solely on the breed as stated in the chart that is merely an example of the breed is should fit, your dog could be smaller or larger. Please contact us if you need assistance.
|Size||Neck - Inches||Neck - CM||Chest - Inches||Chest - CM||Suggested Breed|
|XXS||11 inches||28 cm||14 inches||36 cm||Chihuahua, Papillion|
|XS||12 inches||32 cm||17 inches||44 cm||Toy Poodle, Kamancheh, Dachshund|
|Small||13 inches||34 cm||20 inches||51 cm||Miniature Poodle, Miniature Pinscher|
|Medium||16 inches||40 cm||24 inches||60 cm||Cocker Spaniel, Cairn Terrier|
|Large||19 inches||48 cm||29 inches||74 cm||Border Collie, Standard Schnauzer|
|X-Large||22 inches||56 cm||34 inches||88 cm||Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever|
|XX-Large||28 inches||72 cm||42 inches||106 cm||Bernese Mountain Dog, Great Dane|
The Motivation Cooling Vest is the new and improved version of the Cooling Coat (sold separately) which was longer and more like a jacket. The new vest keeps your pooch cooler for longer times to avoiding overheating and protecting those vital organs.