Keith specialist dog drying coat company, Dogrobes, unveils new camouflage collection

Scotland’s stunning hills and moors helped inspire a brand-new range of dog drying coat from award-winning Moray business Dogrobes.

The dog drying coat company, based in Keith, has launched its own camouflage inspired range of Dogrobes, adding a distinctively different look to its popular collection.

But rather than dogs blending in with their surrounds, the stylish khaki collection is expected to prove a head-turning take on the popular Dogrobe.

The copyrighted pattern, exclusive to Dogrobes, comes in the full range of sizes, and study it closely and you’ll even spot some canines subtly included within the design.

Dogrobes are a favourite with pet owners who enjoy outdoors pursuits because of their practicality in offering the complete solution to drying wet dogs, and the introduction of this latest range brings a greater choice of styles to the company’s customer base which is expanding both at home and overseas.

Dogrobes managing director Margaret Reynolds said: “Modern camouflage has been used in clothing by some of the most famous designers, like Jean Paul Gaultier, but it was feedback from Scottish gamekeepers who already use Dogrobes for their working dogs that got us thinking about introducing a camouflage range.
“These have camouflage print on the outside, with our super-absorbent terry towelling material on the ties and inside, which goes next to the dog’s coat to dry it after outdoor swimming, training, bathing or working.
“Like all Dogrobes, the camouflage collection comes in our full range of nine sizes – from mini to XXXL – and can be personalised with a dog’s name or a harness access opening.
“We think dogs look great in them and we’re delighted to be able to offer our growing customer base a new and rather striking style option for their dogs.”

The Dogrobes range includes a bespoke tartan collection created to celebrate the company’s Scottish heritage, and eight self-coloured Dogrobes available in all sizes.

Dogrobes are the original drying coats for dogs and provide the easy way to help pets dry off after bathing or wet walks and minimise muddy water being shaken off all over the house.

Margaret Reynolds took over the business in 2013 and oversees the operation from its Mansefield House base.

Dogrobes have been despatched to every postcode area of the UK and are now being sold internationally to Europe, the USA and Canada, as well as Australia and New Zealand.

Dogrobes clinched Moray Business Women’s Most Enterprising Business in 2014 and subsequently a winner at the Association of Scottish Business Women (ASB) Awards 2015.

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Additional Information :

Dogrobes are practical drying coats to dry your dog quickly and protect surroundings from wet, muddy shake off.
They are easy to fit after outdoor adventures, swimming, training, bathing or working.

Offset ties ensure superb coverage of underbelly and a snug fit time after time, there’s no Velcro to clog with dog hair.

Handmade in the UK from an exclusive towelling fabric,

Dogrobes are durable and long-lasting and can be machine washed at 40C.

Dogrobes can be customised with a dog’s name or a harness access opening.

In addition to dog drying coats, the range includes snoods for drying the head, neck and ears; drawstring bags for carrying a Dogrobe or snood, and other accessories. Dogrobes can be followed on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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