UV Protection & Swim Shirt
Keep your fun-loving pooch protected from the heat and harmful UV rays with the NEW EzyDog Dog Rashie Vest. This dog rash guard is a protective shirt originally worn by surfers as protection against sunburn and heat rash while in the water. Now your dog can conquer the waves with the EzyDog Rashie Vest.
Make sure your EzyDog is the coolest and safest dog on the beach with this dog water vest.
- Made from quality high visibility lycra for a stretch fit
- Designed for all-day water use
- Tested to provide 50+ UV protection
- Size Options: XS, S, M, L & XL
*Measure from your dog's neck to the base of his/her tail.
This shirt is the perfect length. But is VERY tight in the chest, shoulders and under the arms. Very expensive after shipping it for $15 and then 20 dollars more for duty taxes and a $10 handling fee! Too expensive to return. What a shame because it would have been perfect one size larger to accommodate my post-op half shaved dog's 32 inch girth.
Hi Jackie — We're sorry to hear of the fit. We will reach out to you to follow up via email. Thank you!
Too tight for a large dog... ordered xl restrictive
Hi Rick - We're sorry to hear this was your experience. Please contact us so we can assist in this matter 877-3EZYDOG or firstname.lastname@example.org
I have bought two and they are very well made. They are also really cute on the dogs. Would love to see them in other colors. The dogs don't seem to mind wearing them. Works well to guard them from the sun's uv, when we are at the lake.
My dog got a lot of compliments on his rashie, very cute and works as intended.
The fabric is thicker than I expected and seems to be hot for him to wear in the sun if he's not playing in the water.
These rashie's look great on our dogs. They are well made and look like they will hold up for a long time. We spend a lot of time camping in the mountains and playing in the river and dog's can get sunburned too. I have also been using this for hiking to help keep my big pup cool. Poor a little water on the rashie to create a cooling affect, and again, to keep the sun off her...