Dog fur: The new trend in fashion?

Judy Lukas says you should not waste your dog’s perfectly good fur. She spins dog hair to make clothing.




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    April 23, 2012 1:05 amPosted 1 year ago
    Minneh

    I brush out my dogs outside. I’ve watched birds that nest in the trees around my house grab up the fur clumps and weave them into their nests. It makes sense that, if the birds can weave it into a nest, I could spin it into yarn. Unfortunately, my guys have pretty short fur…

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      April 23, 2012 6:14 pmPosted 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Unfortunately, people would be trying to raise them& keep them only for work and not love. For animals it would not be good!!

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      April 23, 2012 6:42 pmPosted 1 year ago
      sue

      i have a CHOWCHOW heard that was good hair to spin

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  • April 23, 2012 5:27 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Michelle

    I love my dogs, even though I am mildly allerigc to them. So, I would not be wearing their hair on purpose, though an awful lot of it does end up on my clothes.

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    April 23, 2012 5:27 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Joy

    I have Siberian Huskies and I could indeed knit several sweaters. My biggest issue would be smelling like a wet dog when it rains.

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    April 23, 2012 5:28 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Tippi

    I think most of my clothes are 90% dog hair anyway, just by virtue of my dogs shedding on them.

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    April 23, 2012 5:28 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Helen

    We foster saints, this would be great!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:28 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Ruth

    if that takes off my 3 labs could make me a fortune daily!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:28 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Stacy

    Old news. This has been going on for at least 8-10 years…probably longer. I wouldn’t exactly call it a NEW trend.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:28 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Cathy

    if i kept all the dog hair of my white german shephard, i recken we could make a jumper a week! lol

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      April 24, 2012 6:28 amPosted 1 year ago
      Lori

      I totally agree! I had a white shepherd (R.I.P. Misty 9/9/98-11/19/2010) and I used to always say that I could make 2 or 3 dogs out of the fur that she shed in just one brushing! We always brushed her outside, and it looked like we were having a blizzard!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:28 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Lindy

    My companion is a shepard…yep I’D WEAT HIS HAIR!!!!

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    April 23, 2012 5:28 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Renea

    So could Aussie owners and groomers

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    April 23, 2012 5:28 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Lisa

    ooh I’m going to be a millionaire!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:29 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Wil

    I wear clothing that’s covered in dog hair.

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    April 23, 2012 5:29 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Jada Hope

    Dog fur sweaters are very warm so they’d be great in a cold climate.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:29 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Deborah

    I have and have friends who’ve been doing this for 20+ years.
    And yes, wet there is a dog smell

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  • April 23, 2012 5:29 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Maria

    of course… i’ve heard it’s really warm.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:29 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Bryan

    Unless its hair from a basic brushing then this isnt cool. lol Shaving your dogs to make money off of their fur is a bit like a mild form of poaching animals just without harming them. lol

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  • April 23, 2012 5:29 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Judy

    this is kinda weird..

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  • April 23, 2012 5:29 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Dianne

    I would. To me it’s not any different than wearing wool and I understand it’s warmer.

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    April 23, 2012 5:29 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Linda

    Are you nuts, absolutely not.

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    April 23, 2012 5:29 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Sara

    only because it is sustainable. use the shedded fur. the smiling sammy’s fur is used like that as well as to stuff pillows.

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    April 23, 2012 5:30 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Deborah

    Dog’s hair is itchy when spun & worn next to the skin. So you might want to knit something you wouldn’t wear.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:30 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Bryan

    But if it is just hair that has shed during their brushing than whatever floats your boat I guess! haha

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  • April 23, 2012 5:30 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Barbara

    No, I have allergies !!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:30 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Mary C.

    Would I wear clothing made from dog hair? Most of my wardrobe looks like it. ;)

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  • April 23, 2012 5:31 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Audrey

    Where can I make donations for designers? I have a bit of cat hair as well

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  • April 23, 2012 5:31 pmPosted 1 year ago
    LeeAnna

    ive seen this before. the sweaters and gloves look the same as any other hand spun fiber. havent been able to feel them yet, though~

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    April 23, 2012 5:31 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Cynthia

    ONLY if it is shedded hair….not from any other way!!!!!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:31 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Laura

    cool!

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    April 23, 2012 5:31 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Sharon

    Corella de’Ville

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    April 23, 2012 5:32 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Mandy

    There is a rescue group where you can donate husky hair and they spin it into yarn. Then they make things from the yarn and sell them to benefit the rescue. Husky hair is incredibly soft and warm…who wouldn’t wear it?

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    April 23, 2012 5:32 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Sue

    Samoyed hair has been traditionally woven for many years.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:32 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Karen

    makes awesome sweaters! i had a very hairy Aussie i used his fur and after a couple years had a sweater

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  • April 23, 2012 5:32 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Michelle

    Doubt I’d wear it, my allergies would protest but I have a husky who would be more than happy to donate.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:32 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Crystal

    I already wear dog hair 99.999999% of the time, why not? LOL! Throw in a bit of cat hair, and you have my wardrobe!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:33 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Debbie

    no i would not werr dog hair

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    April 23, 2012 5:33 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Cheryl

    I don’t wear fur as a rule, but I would not be opposed to shorn dog hair used for clothing. And you’re right, Husky owners could definitely make a mint off this idea! lol

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    April 23, 2012 5:33 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Judith

    Samoyed undercoat has been used for decades to make baby blankets, scarves, hats, mittens, etc. Don’t know about Huskies. Can’t see why not. It’s just carded into yarn like wool.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:33 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Jill

    Yes, I certainly would! I have all the hair off of Baby, and have long wanted to learn how to spin, so I could make yarn from dog hair. This is NOT a new idea to me, I have talked about it for years! I do have a drop spindle now, but still need to learn how to “clean” the hair and how to “card” it.

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    April 23, 2012 5:34 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Erin

    I no some people used it for hats and scarfs for the homeless. Get idea, “recycle”!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:35 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Julie

    this idea is not new. been around since the 70′s. animal hair is animal hair!

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    April 23, 2012 5:35 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Stephanie

    I already wear clothing coated with dog hair, so why not?

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    April 23, 2012 5:36 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Diana

    As others have said, this isn’t new. VIP Fibers in Texas has been doing this a long time: http://www.vipfibers.com/ They made up my Belgian Tervuren’s fur into many skeins of beautiful yarn, but as someone else here mentioned, even though it felt beautifully soft, it was so itchy I couldn’t wear it next to my skin.

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    April 23, 2012 5:36 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Erin

    Sheep hair, dog hair, what’s really the difference? If one doesn’t weird you out the other shouldn’t.

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    April 23, 2012 5:36 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Karen

    R u kidding me

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    April 23, 2012 5:36 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Denise

    I have two huskies, want some?

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  • April 23, 2012 5:36 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Brandy

    @mandy – that’s really great idea! Do you know the name of the rescue group? I don’t have a long hhair dog (boxer/pit mix & boxer rhoesian mix) but I’d like to see items they havee made

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  • April 23, 2012 5:36 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Karen

    I wouldn’t want it. When wet it would smell like a wet dog. But most importantly, China would start selling it here. They already butcher and eat dogs.

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    April 23, 2012 5:36 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Malkah

    Ancient peoples did it…I don’t think I’d prefer it but sure, I’ve seen the results from good weavers and the items look very cozy and hypoallergenic too.

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    April 23, 2012 5:37 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Kait

    At my job I am always COVERED in dog hair, and I will be sharing my home with a Great Pyrenees soon… he’ll have LOTS of hair that can be used as yarn. So why not?

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    April 23, 2012 5:37 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Sandy

    I wear clothing…with dog hair on it…:)

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  • April 23, 2012 5:37 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Jamie

    better than wearing one made from dog fur ie pelts or pony skin…

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  • April 23, 2012 5:37 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Patty

    And all of this time I have been throwing it out!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:37 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Jodine

    Omg that’s crazy!!! Absolutely not!!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:38 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Melissa

    I wear it every night on my head. My dog sleeps on my pillow. :) ))

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    April 23, 2012 5:38 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Beth

    ONLY hair from brushing your dog should EVER be used…dogs are different from us and NEED their hair to protect their skin from the heat AND the cold!! i think even the thought of commercializing use of dog hair by shaving them on purpose is a terrible thing….BUT if it only from brushing them and recycled into clothing, then that could be okay :)

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  • April 23, 2012 5:40 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Debbie

    if was brushed out, why not, when i brushed my dogs out. the birds would take it for their nests awwwwwww

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    April 23, 2012 5:41 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Wendy

    You cannot shave a dog and make it into fiber, the stiff guard hairs are not spinable. Dogs like Cattledogs, Chows, Corgis, Huskies, dogs who “blow” their under coat once or twice a year are best suited for this. And yes, I know of several people who have had their dogs fur spun, and then made into scarves and the like. It makes for a nice memento when that pet has passed.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:42 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Natalie

    I’ll make some donations….our St. Bernards fur could provide enough ‘cozy’ to keep a small village warm in winter! :)

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    April 23, 2012 5:43 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Laura

    my clothing and my car seats already look like this. 8-D and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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    April 23, 2012 5:44 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Suzanne

    LOL! When my husky mix blew her coat twice a year, it looked like someone shredded cigarette butts and set them adrift on the breeze, lol. I used to joke about gathering it up and stuffing pillows with it, there was so much of it!

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    April 23, 2012 5:46 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Barbara

    I see one problem with this…. if it gets mass production will there be husky mills? cages cramped with huskys just to shave them for there fur. Or once a dog reches a senior he loses his fur quialty, so what happenes to them then? Gotta think of the bad here as well

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    April 23, 2012 5:46 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Evangeline

    I send out my Husky/Akita mix to be carded every year, it never smells of wet dog because I wash it and lay it out to dry before sending it, I usually mix it with merino wool and knit blankets that are very,very warm.

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    April 23, 2012 5:47 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Shelli

    I could knit 2 additional dogs from the hair my dog sheds and like a lot of people I wear dog hair daily!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:47 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Biljana

    I hate people, each day more and more…

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    April 23, 2012 5:47 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Pam

    There are folks in the Highlands that actually do knit from dog fur !!!! x

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    April 23, 2012 5:47 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Anita

    i wear my dogs fur everyday already lol

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  • April 23, 2012 5:47 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Chris

    I have always thought about that every time I brush my aussie. Don’t understand why some people think it is weird. If it’s clean and just what you collect when you brush how is it different from other animals.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:49 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Anne

    My mostly wolf dog is blowing her undercoat and it looks like it has snowed all over my living room and yard. It clings to everything. Wolves only do this once a year so its bad. Next the guard hairs will fall out and she looks like an over grown coyote who’s under fed. Ughhhhh I am out of vacuum bags also. I have saved it in the past in ziplock bags for spinning someday.

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    April 23, 2012 5:50 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Holly

    Haha my clothes are constantly covered in my huskys fur shame she’s white and I like black lol!!

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    April 23, 2012 5:50 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Cheryl

    Wendy Buck Erichsen did you see this.

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    April 23, 2012 5:51 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Cecilia

    Oh yes I would! Dog fur on the other hand…

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    April 23, 2012 5:51 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Sherri

    ugh…. no … and especially if it gives ideas to wacks out there to kill dogs to get the fur and it will i am sure…so NO!!!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:52 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Rebecca

    Why not? People wear angora and cashmere and all sorts of other wool.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:52 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Joy

    OK as long as the skin is NOT attached!

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  • April 23, 2012 5:53 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Matthew

    I’ve got a corgi who sheds ALOT! I wear dog hair everyday. Just keep it out of my food.

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    April 23, 2012 5:54 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Patricia

    I’ve spun dog hair, as well as wool, alpaca, buffalo, mohair, silk, flax…the list goes on. Dog hair is gathered by grooming rather than shearing so there’s no harm to the animal. You use the undercoat rather than the topcoat/guard hairs, since you need the crimp, or the waviness of the fur to spin properly. A lot of dog hair needs to be blended with long staple wool to spin well. Bottom line…the longer the length of the fur the better it spins. I’ve not tried to spin cat hair. Other spinners I’ve talked to have tried though and the cat hair seems to be problematic for spinning because it doesn’t have enough crimp. Having seen sheep prior to shearing, I can tell you that the dog hair is coming from a far cleaner animal that sheep are.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:55 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Laurie

    never

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  • April 23, 2012 5:56 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Wendy

    Thanks, Cheryl. It’s well known amongst spinners and needs to be at least 4″ long if you don’t want the resulting yarn to drift apart. ;)

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    April 23, 2012 5:56 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Michelle

    I agree with you Barbara Cosgrove..
    And we already know how China treat their dogs/animals..

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  • April 23, 2012 5:57 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Sheila

    I would indeed. As long as no dog suffered in the process.

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    April 23, 2012 5:58 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Joyce

    my daughter has a long-haired corgi — I’ve been wearing that fur for two years — you can really see it on my black pants, black sweater…etc.

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    April 23, 2012 5:58 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Bailey

    I already wear plenty of dog hair every day. With 6 dogs its hard to be hairless.

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  • April 23, 2012 5:59 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Patricia

    Only if I was Cruella DeVille.

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    April 23, 2012 5:59 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Betsy

    Hell no!

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  • April 23, 2012 6:00 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Tina

    I used to have a husky and there was hair out the wa-zoo everywhere, I had read that their hair is actually not soft enough to make good yarn.

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    April 23, 2012 6:02 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Cristina

    To us in the US this seems perfectly harmless. The sad truth is that real dog and cat hair is already being used in fashion, harvested from cats in dogs in China, killed in the cruelest of fashion. Youtube and google are full of gut wrenching information. This is not new and we have been fighting for years to get labels to stop using fur. As fun as the comments are there is a huge problem behind the idea. Please don’t encourage fur and fashion!

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    April 23, 2012 6:02 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Lynda

    NO.

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  • April 23, 2012 6:02 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Joel

    Sure…why not?

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    April 23, 2012 6:03 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Fran

    Any animal fur should never be used. It should be the law!

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  • April 23, 2012 6:04 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Karrie

    I sure would!!!

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  • April 23, 2012 6:06 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Jodie

    I’m a groomer.. all my clothes are already covered in dog fur. ;)

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  • April 23, 2012 6:07 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Lenny

    Though I don’t have a husky, I often find myself wearing dog hair, especially when I’m wearing something black.

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    April 23, 2012 6:08 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Mary

    as long as they’re using SHED hair and not the whole dog!

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    April 23, 2012 6:09 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Pibble Lover

    I might enjoy having a personal novelty made from my dog’s fur but no way would I promote it. You never know who will commercialize something like this, anything commercial will bring incredible amounts of pain and suffering to our four legged friends.

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  • April 23, 2012 6:13 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Julia

    Many people have a potential “sheep” right in their house. In North America, indigenous tribes were spinning dog hair into yarn long before the Spaniards introduced sheep. Chiengora (pronounced she-an-gora), or dog yarn, is up to 80% warmer than wool, very soft, similar in appearance to Angora, and sheds water well.[1] To collect, simply save the brushings from your dog!

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    April 23, 2012 6:13 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Sha

    Not just Husky owners! My long haired Dachshund has hair so soft, it feels like Angora!

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    April 23, 2012 6:14 pmPosted 1 year ago
    W. Denise

    i already do everyday, I have a Golden Lab

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    April 23, 2012 6:15 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Famie

    My Akita sheds twice a year, handfuls of undercoat come out at a time. I always have dog hair on my clothes so why wouldn’t I try something made with dog hair!

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  • April 23, 2012 6:18 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Michele

    Lets hope it just stays with the fur…idk

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