RedHead® Deluxe Neoprene Dog Vest
Give your hard-working dog some extra protection from the cold and brush with the RedHead® Deluxe Neoprene Dog Vest. This lightweight, 5mm neoprene rubber vest features a durable Kevlar chest guard to give your dog added protection from field hazards like briars, thorns, and barbed wire. Trim and cut construction allows for a great fit every time. Adjustable velcro "hold tight" closure system and reinforced seams for long wear. Removable flotation and built-in floating neck handle for water work. Dual closure zipper and hook 'n' loop fasteners. Color: Realtree MAX-4®. Imported.
Sizing Instructions: 1) Measure your dog's neck (about 3'' down from the base of the skull). 2) Measure around your dog's chest (about 1'' behind the front legs all the way around). 3) When measuring, be sure to keep the measuring tape snug for a good, accurate measurement. 4) Choose the largest dog vest closest to your measurements – the velcro closure will allow for some adjustment.
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Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by WRATH Invest the vest RedHead® Deluxe Neoprene Dog Vest. Gives your hard-working dog some extra protection from the cold and brush with the RedHead® Deluxe Neoprene Dog Vest. This lightweight, 5mm neoprene rubber vest features a durable Kevlar chest guard...Patten product that work well in every condition, January 10, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kahati Protective Dog Vest I would not recommend this vest, I used it five times on my Brittany dog and it ripped out on the side. My wife sewed it with fish line to keep it together so far so good. However, if given the chance to do it over I would not. October 24, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by LouisianaQuacker Decent I bought the XL vest for my 70ish lbs. lab last year. At fhe time of purchase I was happy with the vest. It has multiple stitches on the seams for customizing the fit. Now two weeks left in her second season with the vest...it is starting to fall apart. The seams started coming apart at the beginning of season. now the camo and kevlar is separating from the actual neoprene. Also the neoprene is tearing across the chest. To the vest's credit it has been used a lot...and it has made a couple of barb wire fences and we hunt in water full of limbs and button willows. I am just disappointed that she will need another vest. If I buy a 50 dollar hunting jacket for me...I would expect more than two seasons. January 13, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by DUCKR Save an Extra $10 Bucks Save $10 more and buy yourself a different one. I bought one for my dog and it has 2" tears in the seams at the armpits after only 2 hunts. The dog was not put through anything difficult. This vest simply DOES NOT handle the elements like it should. January 2, 2012
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Details:I'm looking for something for Northern Ontario Ice Fishing...
I want my dog to be comfy so I can fish with no worries in conditions varying from:
+5C to -25C / 41F to -13F
slushy snow conditions in warm weather
glare ice and hard pack snow in cold
I'm worried that the fleece in other vests will get wet and that the neoprene in this vest will freeze...
Any suggestions? Is this a good product for what I need?
Note: My dog is a Boxer and she's rather small for her breed.
A:Yes it is very customizable with multiple stitch reinforcements.
A:Sizing Instructions: 1) Measure your dog's neck (about 3'' down from the base of the skull). 2) Measure around your dog's chest (about 1'' behind the front legs all the way around). 3) When measuring, be sure to keep the measuring tape snug for a good, accurate measurement. 4) Choose the largest dog vest closest to your measurements – the velcro closure will allow for some adjustment.
A:Contrary to what most people believe, dogs overheat more quickly than humans do. Also, there are many different factors that may play a part overheating; for example, humidity, size/breed of dog, and type of outdoor activity may affect how quickly a dog overheats. Please consult your dog's veterinarian for the best answer.
A:My dog has worn it up to about 60 degrees F. I did keep her in the water a lot just to make sure she stayed cool.
A:why wouyld u want your dog to wear the vest if it is warm???? thats the main reason for it to keep your dog warm.
Details:All the reviews say that the zipper is a major fault in this product.
A:I had no problem with the zipper. THe suggested size for my dog's chest and neck worked overall very well
Details:Cabela's offers a 5mm thick dog vest. I prefer the thicker neoprene for the dog.
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