(verb) To evenly cover food with flour or crumbs. An easy way to do this is to pour some flour or crumbs into a shallow dish or on a paper towel to allow room to turn the food and spread the coating on all sides.
A dog's coat is its fur. A dog can be double coated—that is, having both a soft undercoat and a coarser topcoat. Some dog breeds are single-coated—having only one type of coat or the other, more often only the topcoat.