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Keep Your Pooch Snug As a Bug In A Bathrobe

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CUTE DOG WITH MUDDY FACE IN FOREST KEEP YOUR POOCH SNUG AS A BUG DOGLIFE360

Even though we didn't seem to get much of a summer, the wheels are still turning and we are whirling into crunchy autumnal walks at an alarming rate. 

The orange hues, the cable knit jumpers, the open fires, the ear muffs (or maybe that's just me..) all beckon but alas, so do the muddy paws!

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Whilst watching our pups frolic in the undergrowth and thrash about in the streams fills our hearts with the joy, the mud splattered carpets and sofas are less joyful.

 

DOG SHAKING OFF WATER KEEP YOUR POOCH SNUG AS A BUG DOGLIFE360

To prevent mud splatters and grime build up I'm sure we all agree, a good hose or shower down is what's needed. However, this comes with its own unpleasantness thanks to wet dog smells, enthusiastic shaking of the coat soaking everything within a one mile radius and a shaky and cold pup looking very sorry for himself. 

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Here at Doglife360 we have the answer. Our friends at Pets At Home stock the Urban Pup Fluffy Terry Bathrobe , the most fluffy soft bathrobe you can find. No more, shaking, shivering or spreading muck with this wardrobe addition. Pop it on your pooch and be safe in the knowledge that he/she will be snug as a bug in a rug ready to take a well-earned nap!

We love this super-soft bathrube because its made from plush micro-fibre, with three poppers so its easy to get on and off with a matching towelling belt which attached which is jolly helpful to soak up under your dog's belly after towel drying. 

 

Cute little dog in a bath soapy but happy
It's perfect for wrapping up in after bath time to relax and dry out and works for large and small dogs.

 

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