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Nov. 8, 1938. I > ‘ R. F. MCCALEB 2,136,115 GARMENT FOR LONG-BAKED DOGS Filed “Aprilllt 1938 7?;507": R Lei/a Fffc C'dleé Patented Nov. 8, 1938 ‘ v2,136,115 - PATENT OFFICE; ‘ UNITED STATE-‘S ‘ 2,136,115 . I GARMENT FOB- LoNG-EARED noes I Ruthv F. McOaleb, Evanston, Ill.‘ ‘ApplicationApril 4, ‘1938, Serial No. 199,745 6Clai'ms. (01. 54-80) ’ _ -, amount to extensions of the inner walls of the My invention contemplates and provides cover ings to. be worn by a long-cared dog, e. g., a _ 7 pockets, are then crossed at the dog’s throat and cocker spaniel or springer spaniel, tog'protect its ' their respective tapes 9 are carried around the from contact with mud, burs, its food, dog’s neck to be tied together at; the back of ear 5 etc. , ‘ the neck, as indicated at iii in Fig. 1. Thus the 5 garment is held on the dog in such manner that the dog cannot dislodge it with teeth or paws or by dragging the bottoms of the pockets against the surface over which the dog is traveling. The means for holding the crossed ?aps ,8 in 10 ' The object of the in ention is to provide such coverings which may be (a) easily and securely applied to a dog, (b) comfortably worn by the dog, (0) readily laundered, or otherwise cleaned, 10 and ~In (d) theeconomically hereinafter manufactured. described embodiment of position, with respect to the dog's neck and each my invention, the ear coverings are in the form‘ ' other, .may be in the form of fastening instru mentalities other than the tapessa “However, I prefer to employ tie-tapes for such purpose. of pockets wherein and wherewith the ears of the dog may’hang and swing more or less natural 15 ly, such pockets forming portions of a unitary. garment which preferably is formed,‘ wholly or as to its pocket portions, of a strong textile fabric such, for example, as canvas.’ These and other features, objects and advan 20 tages of my invention will appear from the follow ing description wherein reference is made to the » accompanying drawing,‘ in which Fig. l is a view in perspective which illustrates - the ear covering garment being worn by a long; 25 cared dog vof one of the species for. which such garment is intended;v . i ' - The garment usually is colored to correspond‘ or blend with the coat of the dog to which it is ’ / applied. However, when the garment is applied 20 to a hunting dog, it is usually of a bright red color, for the same reason that deer huntersad visedly wear-red garments. - What I claim is new and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United States is: '. 25. , 1. A garment for a long-cared dog comprising ' ’ a pair of upwardly opening ?exible pockets, in f . Fig. 2 is- a plan view of the garment; Instead of being made largely of canvas, the 15 garment may be formed, either wholly 01' par- ' tially, of water-proof material. ‘ ~ - which the dog’s earsmay hang and swing natu ‘ Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional ‘view of the gar ment when draped to substantially the con?gu- _ rally, a ?exible web connecting the upper portions of the outer sides of the pocketsand- adapted to an 30 ration which it takes while being applied to the" be extended over the dog's head, and ?exible dog; and fastening means, ‘connected with the upper-por Figs. 4 and 5 are cross sectional views taken, , tions of the inner sides of the pockets, adapted respectively,v on lines 44 and 5-5 of Fig. 2. to be crossed-in the vicinity of the throat and to Similar characters of reference refer to similar be tied together at the back of the neck. - -, 3.5 35 parts throughout the several views.v \ l The ear covering garment desirably comprises a-single piece of ?exible material, e. g., a strong textile fabric such as canvas, which is so shaped, edgebound, folded and stitched upon itself, as to 40 de?ne the two pockets 6, the pocket suspending web ‘I, and the throat ?aps 8. . To the tip of each flap 8 may be attached a tie-tape 9,‘ . When the garment is formed largely from a ' v piece of canvas or other textile fabric, its edges 2. A garment, arranged to ?t on and besup~ ported by the head of a long-cared dog, provided with upwardly opening ?exible pockets for the reception of the dog's ears, said pockets having the upper portions of their outer sides connected 40 / by a supporting web arranged to extend over the dog's head to carry the pockets in their appro- ' prilate ear-receiving positions. 4. ' - 3. A garment for a long-eare'd'dog comprising a pair of pockets for receiving the dog's cars, '45 45 are preferably embraced by and stitched to‘ a ' means connecting the pockets adapted to be ex suitable binding tape Ill. ‘The folds ll provide tended over the dog’s head to support the pockets ' the bottoms of the pockets‘ 6, and the sides of ' the pockets conveniently are closed by additional binding tapes l2. - v When the‘garment is worn by the dog, as illus trated in Fig. l, the dog’s ears hang- down ‘in in ear-receiving positions, and fastening ‘means connected‘ with the pocketfand, adapted to be’ overlapped at the throat. ’ ‘ Y~ * ' 50 ‘4'. A garment, arranged to ?t and be‘ supported the pockets 6 which are suspended from the ‘top ,by the head of a. longeeared dog, provided with , and/or back of the dog's headby the web ‘I, such pockets in which the dog’s ears may hang andv web amounting‘ to an extension of the outer 55 wall of each pocket. The throat ?aps 8, which swing naturally.‘ ' - ' ' Y ‘ s 35. A garment for a long-cared dog comprising 55 2 2,136,115 . a. pair of upwardly opening ear-receiving pockets the reception of the. dog's ears, 2. ?exible web in which the dog's ears may hang and ‘swing nat- ' connecting the upper portions of the outer sides urally, ?exible means connecting the upper por tions of the outer sides of the‘pockets, and ?exible fastening means connected with the upper por of the pockets and. adapted to be extended over the dog's head, and ?exible fastening means ar ranged to extend between the pockets and. under 5 tions of the inner sides of the pockets.v the dog’s throat. ' 6. A garment for a long-eared dog comprising a pair, of upwardly opening ?exible pockets tor RUTH IE‘. MCCALEB.