A Back on Track Therapy Hugo Mesh Rug for Dogs with Welltex Infrared Technology. Black in Colour.
This Back on Track Hugo Mesh Dog Rug is a lovely addition to the Back on Track range for dogs and really popular with Dog Agility Trainers!
Dressing your dog is much easier than before as both the girth strap (which is removeable) and front, chest closure are easily fastened with one wide hook and loop fastening. To keep your dog safe in the dark the rug is equipped with a reflector on the front closure, as well as both sides of the girth strap. Suitable for use during exercise or walking, designed to allow free movement around the shoulders. Idael for older dogs as well as dogs suffering from arthritis.
The rug is also equipped with fixed elastic leg straps to hold the rug firmly and snugly in place. Features a thin mesh outer layer making it breathable to offer maximum permeability for dampness. It can be used as a Summer Coat, as a second layer underneath a conventional blanket, as a thin, soft Training Blanket or as a Lightweight Jacket if the dog’s fur is wet. Also can be used as a Warmer (pre-exercise) and Cooler (post-exercise).
Whilst the Back On Track Hugo Mesh Dog Rug is an easy fit rug. There is also the very popular Back On Track Mesh Dog Rug that may give you a more precise fit for your dog.
The Back on Track Mesh Hugo Dog Rug is available in the following sizes. Simply measure from the base of the NECK / WITHER to the top of the TAIL in CM’S. Please note the below sizes are an approximate guide as all dogs can vary.
The Hugo Mesh Dog Rug is available in the following sizes:
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Machine Washable up to 30 degrees C. DO NOT tumble dry.
How it works:
Ceramic powder is melted into the fibres of the fabric. The Welltex – Material TM Reflects body heat in the form of infra red heat, an energy form known to increase well-being.
Reflected body heat can reduce muscle tension and increase blood circulation which helps speed up recovery from injury as well as reducing the possibility of injury. Worn next to the skin it can deliver a comforting and therefore relaxing sensation making it really popular among agility dogs and trainers.