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Date Posted: 20:09:02 02/29/16 Mon
Author: Lisa Hamblin
Author Host/IP: host-209-97-79-37.newwavecomm.net / 209.97.79.37
Subject: Re: tiny dog sweater help me please
In reply to: Dianne Rawson 's message, "tiny dog sweater help me please" on 17:32:24 02/07/16 Sun

>I have been trying hard to make a sweater for my new
>baby her name is SASSY. She is a 3 mth old Chi puppy
>she is really tiny her neck iss6inches round and her
>body lennngth is:8 inches from neck to about an inch
>up from her tail she only weighs two pounds she is
>toyu size or teacup size and that pattern you have
>thats pink with a ruffle across the backend is so
>adorable I have tried making it 6 times now and
>cannnn't seem to get it right
>. I would be very apprecitive if you could help me
>figure out how many stitches I need to reduce it to I
>would be so very happy. I am trying to train her to
>use wee wee pads but she just wonn't go on them I
>donn't know why
>In closeing have a very blessed night
> my email addy is shortbsweet@comcast.net I have been
>crocheting for49 yrs and so I cann't beleive I
>can't figure it out. so dumbfounded
>your new friend through Christ Jesusss Dianne

Hi Dianne:

Viewers use my original Dog Sweater pattern on this page:
http://www.crochetnmore.com/dogsweater.htm
along with the alteration instructions to obtain a custom fit for their
dog. The fact that every one has a different crochet tension makes it
difficult for me to tell you exactly how many stitches you need to fit your
dog. Viewers embellished our pattern with their preferences like the
ruffles on the sweater you mentioned. Some add applique to or incorporate
an edging to decorate the sweater.

The best advice I can give is for you to go by the alteration instructions and
try the sweater on the dog as you go to ensure a good fit.

As for training to use wee wee pads... we have three dogs that use them.
When your dog urinates in the floor, absorb a little of the urine on the pad and
put the pad near that same place. You can then move the pad gradually where you want it
OR let her be the boss and leave it there.

Please let me know how your next sweater attempt goes.

Lisa Hamblin CNM/MBA

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