Soft. Stylish. Super Absorbent
OUR HAPPY CUSTOMER'S
"The service is superb - ordered and received in three working days. Abbie loves her warm drying coat and I know up in the Lakes we are going to need it after a walk on the tops in the rain. Thank you".
“A really lovely quality drying coat. Delivered within 24hrs of sending the order. Works very well and looks very smart”.
"I bought a dog towel coat, and it was such good quality, I bought another! Delivery was fast and on time. I find the website, ordering and delivery a hassle free experience. And I love the products too".
"Very speedy service and a great item, top quality. My big boy loves it, and so do I. No more soggy doggy on the drive home from hydrotherapy".
"Lovely soft drying coats. Our dogs love snuggling in them after a wet walk and get dry and warm quickly! We love the colours and the extra velcro for the wiggly members of the clan!"
"We now have the best dressed Golden Retriever in Yorkshire, thank you".
Take The Lead
Say hello to our NEW collection of matching slip and clip dog leads.
Made of soft woven fabric and over a metre long, they feel soft to hold and are easy to use. Pliable enough to pop into a pocket and with an adjustable slide on the slip leads, they are finished with leather bindings with colour matched top stitching and solid brass fixings.
Choose the Lead to match the Drying Coats in Heather, Sandringham Blue, Brick Red, Bottle Green, Mud, French Navy, Burgundy or Flint.
Unlike other brands Ruff and Tumble use our signature double layer of natural cotton towelling. The inside layer wicks moisture from the dog's coat and the body heat pushes the moisture through to the outer layer of towelling. This unique double thickness towelling prevents the dog from sitting in a cold damp coat helping to prevent arthritis.
Our coats are made with a high density cotton loop towelling which prevents any snagging and offers maximum surface area for drawing moisture from your dog's coat.
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