Yes. The garment is unisex so that male and female dogs can go to the bathroom without having to adjust the garment. Females have absolutely no problems. Males, due to their different anatomy, can have the abdominal zipper slightly undone to prevent them from urinating into the garment. The zipper is a non-travel/locking zipper. There…

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No. We have fit thousands of dogs and 99.9% tolerate the garment wonderfully. Some dogs do need a little more care and practice (i.e. doggy psychology) to make them comfortable, but rarely will a dog not tolerate the garment. If your dog does not tolerate the garment, simply return it within 30 days for a…

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Skin allergies are a frequent reason for customers using the K9 Top Coat Lycra Bodysuit. Allergies can be a frustrating, time consuming, and expensive problem. The constant licking, biting, chewing and anxiety can take a toll on the dog and the rest of the family. Many customers have tried numerous medications (including Benadryl, and steroids),…

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The K9 topcoat is nothing short of a miracle!!! My dutch shepherd has suffered from allergies for almost four years. I have spent over $5,000 in testing and in an effort to make him more comfortable. Galen’s itching got to the point where it was so bad that the dermatologist prescribed Neoral, which has successfully…

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The Comfort Coat, though lightweight, is very durable. However, it is not indestructible. We do guarantee that the seams will not come unstitched. In fact there is a full exchange warranty against manufacturing defects. The 4 ways stretch material is of high quality and has such a large amount of stretch it will move with…

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This is a 4 way stretch Tricot Lycra that s highly durable and machine washable. It is lightweight and breathable. It can be worn in water, and has been color fasted to reduce and color bleeding (we recommend washing the garment after confirming it is the correct size for your dog). It is similar to…

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NO, The material is Breathable and will not overheat your dog. However we recommend that your dog use a lighter colored material if out in the sun for prolonged periods. There is a difference between solar and ambient temperature. Thus wearing a black shirt on a sunny day seems ‘hotter’ than a white shirt.

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