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Size Guide

Size guide Cockers&Co dog accessories shop

This listing is primarily intended for cockers.

If you have a dog of a different breed, contact us to best establish the measurements.

Enter your dog neck circumference in the customization box (located under the product). Measurements to be taken using any tape measure *excluding the ears.

Please note. If we do not receive any reference, we will make a standard size earmuff for cocker spaniel.

For any doubts or questions do not hesitate to contact us.

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Chambray dog snood – Leopard pattern, Navy blue

18,00

  • Always trendy denim!
  • Lightweight and soft on the skin
  • Personalized with your dog name

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Chambray fabric dog snood
Leopard pattern
Navy blue color

FEATURES
Jeans. An always trendy fabric!
This beautiful chambray is wonderfully light and soft on the skin.

SIZE GUIDE
Indicate your neck circumference*, breed and name for personalization in the personalization box or in the notes.
*Measurements to be taken using any soft tape measure *excluding the ears.

SIZE REFERENCE:
From XS to M: Puppies, Cavalier kings, Cocker spaniels etc.
L: Basset hound, Irish Setter etc.
XL/XXL: Labrador, Golden retriever etc.

Nb. If we do not receive any reference, we will make the standard size of the size you chose.

Woof woof. For any need, do not hesitate to contact us!

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Snoods for dogs

What is it and what is it for?

Dog snoods are an essential accessory that has no seasons.

In winter they protect our cocker ears from rain and snow, preventing otitis and other ear infections.

In summer they protect our four-legged friend from grass seeds. Green-colored spikes, which are harmless until they become dry, at which point they turn yellow and stiffen. One of the most frequent places where grass seeds can hit our dog is the ears and one of the ways to prevent it is to contain them in a snood.