But they are not for warmth or working out.
Introducing the Shed Defender
I'm not being compensated for this post. I can't even imagine how my dogs would take their revenge
if I tried to put them in clothes like this.
The answer to your dog’s shedding problems may be these skin tight leotards which will keep falling hair from blanketing your home and car.
Tyson Walters, founder of Shed Defender, came up the idea for the funny-looking leotard after not finding a good solution to his own dog’s shedding problem. A heavy duty vacuum cleaner comes to mind, but maybe there is a better plan.
I had this huge Saint Bernard, called Harley, and I just couldn’t control her shedding, he said. No matter how much I brushed and groomed her, she still left tumbleweeds of hair everywhere. I looked around on the internet and dog stores and I couldn’t find a solution to my product, so I decided to make one.
Walters spent four years developing prototypes before he was finally satisfied with the finished product. According to him, they are comfortable, lightweight, and safe. They should not be worn for long periods of time and should not replace good grooming.
Besides preventing excess hair from ruling your life, they also provide a barrier to cold, reduce anxiety, replace a medical cone and look adorable to humans. I am sure other dogs (and cats) would laugh their butts off.
The Shed Defender is priced between $44.99 (small sizes) and $59.99 (the XXL version).