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Thundershirt used to help calm dogs anxiety size large discounted £23.40 @ Sold by Tendernesscy and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Thundershirt for dogs. Have never used one of these before but people have already started letting off fireworks and the noise gets my dog really upset/terrified. Spoke to my vet who recommended … Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Thundershirt for dogs. Have never used one of these before but people have already started letting off fireworks and the noise gets my dog really upset/terrified.

Spoke to my vet who recommended a thundershirt, apparently they work really well so thought I would get one ordered long before the dreaded fireworks night.

Amazon have size large on special offer and seems a decent price as they are generally sold for around £35. The sizing's are on amazon and thundershirts webpage so measure your dog if your going to buy one.

Apparently thundershirt do a 45 day money back guarantee if it doesn't help calm your dog but I have no information as to how this works or even if it applies if purchasing through amazon.

Put this in the fashion section as guess it kind of is fashion for dogs ;) mods please move to whatever section this should be in.

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#1
Bought one for my JR about two years ago. Great for calming him during at rides.

They do work but don't expect miracles and are expensive, but you get a good quality coat and you're dogs getting a hug.
#2
Thanks for the feedback, as long as it does some good then it's money well spent :)
#3
I was thinking about getting one of these, as I'm taking my youngest on a long (for him!) car trip next week, and he gets a bit stressed on car trips. But he's a frenchie and gets over heated really quick, do you know if these are lightweight? breathable? thanks in advance
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ashbath
Bought one for my JR about two years ago. Great for calming him during at rides.
They do work but don't expect miracles and are expensive, but you get a good quality coat and you're dogs getting a hug.

Yes, my mutt was fine with Rita and Oblivion - but I think his concerns from the press about getting on The Smiler were not solved by this coat! (...oh, not those sort of rides :p).
#5
I bought one of these for my yorkie pets at home were doing try for 30 days if it don't work get your money back, unfortunately it didn't work for him but we bought if for fireworks and storms. We saw no difference in his behaviour such a shame because we thought this would be answer to his problem, we have three yorkies and his the only one scared of loud noises. Perhaps see if the offer still on to try
#6
They are breathable I think it's like a tight cotton.
#7
Can't see how they work. Was told by trainers many years ago that it'd often people that transmit anxieties. There's a thunderstorm so we make noises and fuss making it appear to the dog there is something to be concerned about. We just carry on business as usual even if sometimes our dog sometimes looks around at the noise. The biggest thunder or firework hr might bark, or want to go outside and bark. Awful for people whose dogs become quivering wrecks.
#8
These are a kind of soft, flexible felt type material that will insulate your dog and make him warm. Its not overall heavy but fairly dense so no to light. I would say yes to breathable, but as your dog does not sweat it wont make a difference. I would describe it to a human wearing a tight fitting non fluffy jumper.

brodiesteph
I was thinking about getting one of these, as I'm taking my youngest on a long (for him!) car trip next week, and he gets a bit stressed on car trips. But he's a frenchie and gets over heated really quick, do you know if these are lightweight? breathable? thanks in advance
#9
When my fur babies were alive my ickle boy used to get really stressed by fireworks for the two months the local vermin (with no jobs) let hundreds of pounds worth of them off.
We went away to the countryside for the worst fortnight the rest of the time I gave him "Bachs Rescue Remedy" which had a very calming effect on him. I bought it from Boots, I don't if they still sell it but you can buy it online. HTH .
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Dunno why this is getting voted cold, generally has some good reviews and it's the cheapest price around for a large.
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gsj87
Dunno why this is getting voted cold, generally has some good reviews and it's the cheapest price around for a large.

Got to agree with you, no one has posted it cheaper elsewhere and the negative voters haven't left any comments to say it's a waste of money or whatever. Plenty have voted hot according to my notifications but guess plenty more don't like dogs :P oh well if it helps someone out then I'm happy
#12
tinca
When my fur babies were alive my ickle boy used to get really stressed by fireworks for the two months the local vermin (with no jobs) let hundreds of pounds worth of them off.

When I didn't complain to the council, I and my family got really stressed by dogs for the WHOLE YEAR. The local cretins (with no brain cells) had no respect for their neighbours and just let their dogs bark all day.

An old comment, but before you start branding people who enjoy fireworks responsibly and legally "local vermin" with "no jobs", I think you ought to take a look at dog owners that allow their dogs to bark all day which stresses their neighbours out all year round. You wouldn't want to be branded 1 of them.

And for the record, I am both a dog owner and firework lover who started training my dog from the day I had him to not be frightened of loud noises. He now jumps at the window to try and watch fireworks when he hears them.

Now I must get back to my non existent job to earn no money at all so I cant buy fireworks to enjoy with my family this weekend for Halloween and next weekend for bonfire night ;)
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Sparkz2k16
tinca
When my fur babies were alive my ickle boy used to get really stressed by fireworks for the two months the local vermin (with no jobs) let hundreds of pounds worth of them off.

When I didn't complain to the council, I and my family got really stressed by dogs for the WHOLE YEAR. The local cretins (with no brain cells) had no respect for their neighbours and just let their dogs bark all day.

An old comment, but before you start branding people who enjoy fireworks responsibly and legally "local vermin" with "no jobs", I think you ought to take a look at dog owners that allow their dogs to bark all day which stresses their neighbours out all year round. You wouldn't want to be branded 1 of them.

And for the record, I am both a dog owner and firework lover who started training my dog from the day I had him to not be frightened of loud noises. He now jumps at the window to try and watch fireworks when he hears them.

Now I must get back to my non existent job to earn no money at all so I cant buy fireworks to enjoy with my family this weekend for Halloween and next weekend for bonfire night ;)


See what I mean? No job and you can afford 2 lots of fireworks!
Bet you don't have to dress up for Halloween :{

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