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In 2020 we celebrate our 10th business birthday and it only seemed right to add a couple of new Fleece Jumper designs – The Hoodie Two Tone is one of them.
It might be the perfect lounge wear for your hound, they certainly seem to look more stylish on whippets than most humans! Winnie has run around in hers and it seems to stay for the most part in place, but if you have two that like to play bitey neck it might not be ideal! Likewise if your whippet really likes to zoom about and you are concerned it will go over the eyes maybe look at the Wrap Neck Two Tone.
If you could only purchase one item of clothing for your hound, I would strongly suggest any of our Fleece Jumpers for Whippets, the item your dog will get most wear out of as it’s ideal for your hound all year round.
Certainly it is the most used item in our house. Perfect for cold nights, chilly walks, and camping trips! This fleece jumper will keep your dog dry in drizzle, or light snow, but please remember, it is not ‘waterproof’ but is an ideal extra layer under many of our coats.
Welcome to the Two Tones - why have one colour when you can have 2!
We have 3 gorgeous colour combinations with Camel as the base colour:
Camel with Baby Pink – a dreamy feminine feel
Camel with Navy – a totally classic look
Camel with Duck Egg – a soft pleasing palette
Or you might prefer our 3 beautiful colour combinations with Charcoal as the base colour:
Charcoal with Cornflower – a fresh combination
Charcoal with Yellow – a fun bright look
Charcoal with Light Grey – a minimalist look
This all new Hoodie Fleece Jumper is ideal if you walk with a collar and lead, as the opening makes clipping on and off lead super easy. It won’t restrict your dog having fun, it’s one they could run around in, plod along in or simply snooze in.
As with our original Roll Neck jumpers a harness can easily be worn over the top.
It’s super easy to wash when you return from a muddy walk or when your dog has enjoyed a roll in a pile of smelly stuff! It can be freshly laundered and ready for the next day’s walk with relative ease.
So, to recap, our Hoodie fleece jumpers are:
Our length measurement is from the neck to end of the jumper. Please note that our Fleece Jumpers are not designed to come all the way to the top of the tail, they sit around 10cms (4″) short of it – but you can now order 2” extra length if you like a longer jumper but for boys bear in mind their anatomy!
The Italian Greyhound size is great for pure bred Iggys*
Small is good for puppy whippets or those crossed with Italian Greyhounds*
Smedium is good for a medium size who have slim chests.*
Medium is good for most medium sized whippets who have deep chests.*
Large is good for larger whippets, and small lurchers.*
Extra Large is good for whippet cross breeds, maybe whippet saluki, or small galgos.
* These five sizes can now also be ordered in LONG, with an extra 5cm (2″) added along the length of the back and 2cms (1”) to the underneath.
These measurements are the size of the garment – not the dog, please remember that these jumpers are designed to fall short of the top of the tail by around 10cms (4″) but this is a personal preference, should you want them to be longer – for boys bear in mind their anatomy!
Italian Greyhound Length 33cm (13″) Neck 20-25 cm (8″-10″) Chest 48-51cm (19″-20″)
Small Length 36cm (14″) Neck 25-30cm (10″-12″) Chest 48-53cm (19″-21″)
Smedium Length 42cm (16½”) Neck 30-33cm (12″-13″) Chest 53-58cm (21″-23″)
Medium Length 42cm (16½”) Neck 30-33cm (12″-13″) Chest 60-68cm (24″-27″)
Large Length 47cms (18½”) Neck 35-41cm (14″-16″) Chest 71-76cm (28″-30″)
Extra Large Length 53cms (21″) Neck 43-45cm (17″-18″) Chest 76-81cm (30-32″)
And remember, the fabric has a good amount of stretch in it, so this is a guide to sizing. If you are worried that your dog does not fit our sizing, you might find this blog useful to read.