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    Default Sacking coats

    I know they make coats specifically for sacking handstrips/spaniels or anything you want a tight laying jacket. I've seen them years ago at Intergroom a vender had them. I have been using towels with clips but would really love a couple nice jackets to use as a lot of times I the clips comes off with the towel and it was a wasted effort.

    Anyone know a good place I could find some sacking coats?
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    I donít have an answer to the product question. However, instead of clips, I have used diaper pins. Do they still make those? If so, they hold the towel really well and wonít poke the dog.

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    I used to use diaper pins, the clips do come loose or pop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogma View Post
    I donít have an answer to the product question. However, instead of clips, I have used diaper pins. Do they still make those? If so, they hold the towel really well and wonít poke the dog.
    I would still like to find a coat, but in the meantime I will get some diaper pins. I use to use cloth diapers for my son so I know they still make them. I'll check Amazon. Thanks a bunch!
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    Yes to the diaper pins! This is what I use. You can also make your own sacking coats with old towels and a little Velcro, if you are handy with a needle and thread or sewing machine.

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    I know someone that carries them. Just an individual but I could send you their contact info. They are pretty fancy, silk on the inside. Not great for drying but definitely for making the jacket lay tight and flat.

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    I read another thread how IrishSetterTom does that awesome setter coats without sacking. Would love to see that done on video.

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    D&D dog coats or Working Dog Cool Coats make Lycra suits, snoods & legwarmers.
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