Scout is ready for his first adventure

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  1. Stacetop

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    IMG_1248.JPG Scout is 12 weeks old tomorrow and will shortly be embarking on his first trip out in the van!! Here he is trying his coat out in anticipation of cold damp autumn weather!!
     
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    Gorgeous puppy!:)
     
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    Thanks he is absolutely lovely, very cheeky but a lovely boy!!
     
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    Very smart pup, hope he doesn't outgrown it too quickly.
    What breed is he? Looks very cuddly.

    Lin :)
     
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    He's a Cockapoo and yes he will probably out grow it quickly but as he's so furry I wanted some way of keeping him clean and dry on the beach for our holiday!! It wasn't too expensive!! He's doubled in size since we got him already!!
     
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    Not a chance!!:LOL:
     
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    How cute is he (y) love him:)
     
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    When he's full grown, Trover Coats are very good for use after the beach, bit expensive though. Nige makes our three similar things sooo much cheaper. Build up a supply of microfiber towels and cloths handy to carry round in van.
    Biskit wearing her Trover.
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    Indi in coat Nige made.
     
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    What a cute little chap,sure he will enjoy his trips.
     
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    Ooooh love him.
     
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    He's got big feet! Pretty little fellow,Our cocker has them as well like four muddy mops washing the floor! Lovely though wouldn't be without him.;)
     
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    Dogs and coats? What's that about? Don't they already have one that's part of them? :)
     
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    vet told us coats are just hum,an vanity dogs are designed to be out in all weathers overheating is the only problems that effects them
     
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    I think it's for our convenience :). The same with horses, we clipped their natural costs off then put an unnatural rug on to keep them warm. But they didn't get sweaty when ridden so didn't take long to dry off afterwards.

    Lovely puppy though.
     
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    We've got a Westie, now 19 months. Don't really believe in coats (except maybe hi-viz harness) but we've educated him to head straight for his towel if he's got wet or mucky while we're out in the van. At home a couple of dirt-buster mats work okay but again he comes straightaway for a rub down when we get his cleaning mitts out - a pair of microfibre mitts.
     
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    The ones we use are for after swimming, heavy rain, they are more of a fitted towel, absorbs all the moisture, they wear them until dry. They seem to like them, they get a towel off then put them on, all rush to put heads through em, if we don't put the on they all roll rub along the sofas or rugs trying to dry off, in the towels curl up and nap. They are great in winter, in the sunshine they just lay outside until dry turning themselves around as necessary. :)
    Nige is just in process of making some tube ones for taking to Spain just to cover their bodies not legs, keeps van a bit dryer after a wet walk.
     
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