Hurtta have come up with an extra-special overall for those dogs who need an extra boost to keep warm whilst outside in cold weather. Highly active dogs, before and after a strenuous training session, need to be protected against the cold, and the Hurtta Body Warmer Overalls have been designed to do just that. They cocoon the areas that are most likely to feel the cold, protecting the muscles in a layer of smooth, reflective fabric and preventing injury due to exercising when chilled.
It’s a comfy outfit made from a breathable tricot textile with a smooth and supple surface that won’t tangle your dog’s coat. Often found in high-end sportswear, the foil-lined fabric reflects your dog’s own body heat back and uses that heat to keep the muscles warm.
For an elderly dog who still loves to go out in all weathers, this lets you keep her old bones and muscles warm and protected while she plods along. Short-coated or thin-coated dogs will find the extra warmth a boon when slowing down after racing about.
Used under another layer, such as the Hurtta Torrent Coat or Slush Combat Suit, the Hurtta Body Warmer Overalls provide extra protection against the cold and the rain for muscles that are usually exposed to the elements.
Made with Hurtta’s customary focus on reliability and quality, this sturdy carbon-grey coat consists of a hard wearing fabric that will keep your dog warm in harsh weather.
- Foil-lined for reflective heat
- Covers all major muscles
- For active and elderly dogs
- Reflective strips
- Adjustable waist and collar
- Perfect for use under the Hurtta Torrent Raincoat or Slush combat suit overalls
How To Measure:
- The Back Length should be measured from the withers (not the collar) to the base of the tail, while the dog is standing in the normal position.
- The Neckline Measurement should be taken at the base of the neck, this being the widest point of the neck. The Neckline of an overall can be longer than the circumference of the dogs neck, as it can be adjusted to fit a smaller neck.
- The Chest measurement should be taken at the widest point of the chest from behind the front legs. To ensure sufficient freedom of movement, the xhest of an overall should be 5-20cm (2-8") wider than the dogs chest.
- The front leg length should be measured from the bottom of the rib cage along the inner side of the leg to the wrist bone. The legs of an overall are of an appropriate length when they reach down to the dogs forearms.
- The hind leg length should be measured from the bottom of the stomach along the inside of the leg to the hock. The legs are of an appropriate length when they reach your dog's hock.
|20S||20CM (8")||29cm (12")||42cm (17")||.05cm||4cm|
|25S||25cm (10"||27cm (11")||52cm (20")||4cm||5cm|
|25M||25cm (10")||35cm (14")||54cm (22")||5.5cm||9.5cm|
|30XS||30cm (12"||34cm (14")||46cm (18")||3cm||3cm|
|30S||30cm (12")||37cm (15")||52cm (20")||5cm||5.5cm|
|30M||30cm (12")||40cm (16")||58cm (23")||7.5cm||7.5cm|
|30L||30cm (12")||32cm (13")||52cm (20")||12.7cm||13.5cm|
|35S||35cm (14")||42cm (17")||58cm (23")||7cm||5cm|
|35M||35cm (14")||41cm (17")||66cm (26")||9cm||8cm|
|40XS||40cm (16")||40cm (20")||60cm (24")||3cm||3cm|
|40M||40cm (16")||47cm (24")||72cm (29")||8.5cm||9cm|
|45XS||45cm (18")||51cm (20")||68cm (27")||4.5cm||6cm|
|45M||45cm (18")||52cm (21")||76cm (30")||10cm||11.5cm|
|50M||50cm (20")||60cm (24")||88cm (35")||10cm||14cm|
|55M||55cm (22")||61cm (24")||92cm (36")||13.5cm||17cm|
|55L||55cm (22")||54cm (22")||82cm (33")||14.5cm||22cm|
|60M||60cm (24")||63cm (25")||94cm (37")||21cm||23cm|
|70M||70cm (28")||75cm (30")||116cm (45")||19cm||25cm|
|70L||70cm (28")||62cm (25")||96cm (37")||19cm||22cm|
|80M||80cm (32")||82cm (33")||120cm (47")||20.5cm||26.5cm|