Gosh, it has been a long time since I made a guest appearance on my Grandma's blog. Time to correct that error in judgement on her part! Of course, she types faster than I do so I will be brief.
Every Thursday I go to my Grandma's house. Today I arrived to find - a new coat!!
So just sit back and take in the glory of me and my new duds!
|So here I am showing off the colorful pattern and the details of my new coat.|
I especially like the generous strap that allows for expansion of girth
should that ever happen to me!
|Again, this is me ... showing off a bit of my wonderful physique!|
My hair is so sparse and short with no fat that I get cold - hence the jacket.
From what I hear of my Grandma's thoughts, she now must find something special for her other two granddogs - Meathead and Grimace. She tries to keep things even in the "giving" department. But coats for them would be almost cruel because they run to hot, hot, hot ... all the time hot.
Note from Retired Knitter:
A little background on the coat: Good Shepherd Dog Coats is the company that makes these coats for dogs.
"Made in the same manner as our durable and warm lamb coats, which are relied upon by shepherds to keep their newborn lambs thriving and comfortable in winter, Good Shepherd Dog Coats will keep your dog equally warm and cozy in cold weather."
I found this vendor at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival. Because French Bulldogs do not run to standard sizes, I had to have this coat made specifically to Milo's measurements - which they are happy to do.
If you are interested in this vendor, they can be found at www.goodshepherddogcoats.com. Apparently they do make coats for lambs as well (www.goodshepherdlambcoats.com).
I have not been paid to post this message -
just sharing a wonderful dog coat option
with those who might be interested.