Warm and comfort your pet with 100% cotton dog pajamas
Rib trim on all four legs helps keep cold air out
Great for older pets who tend to get cold more easily
100% cotton interlock knit dog pajamas are warm and oh so practical. Stylish jammies easily help control pet hair and dander in your home. Self-fastening closures on back simplify dressing. Non-restricting, contrasting rib trim at neck and legs ensure a snug fit. Machine wash and tumble dry low. Sorry, personalization not available.
Please specify: Celery, Violet, or Brown.
7" - 9"
10" - 13"
14" - 17"
18" - 21"
HOW TO MEASURE FOR PET CLOTHING:
Measure your pet from the base of his neck to the base of his tail as shown in the illustration.
Always round up to the next larger
size if the measurement is near or over the range maximum in the smaller size. This is particularly true for coats
and jackets since there is no stretch in
Also round up to the next larger size if your pet has a thick coat, broader chest, or wider underside.
REMEMBER, slightly looser fitting clothing is more comfortable
and looks better than clothing that is too tight. If in doubt, order
one size larger.
Please click on "More Information" for care instructions.
General fit. Has adjustable
features that fit any dog.
With a little more give in the
chest area, these are a great
choice for deep-chested dogs, such
as Greyhounds, Whippets, Chinese
Cresteds, Miniature Pinschers,
Dalmatians, and similar dogs.
Neck opening or collar is a
little looser, so these fit dogs
with thick, muscular necks, like
Pugs, French Bulldogs, or Shar
Pei, or dogs with large heads, such
as Bulldogs, Staffordshire Bull
Terriers, Bassets, and similar dogs.
These necklines/collars are
more fitted, and not as suited
to dogs with large heads, such as
Bulldogs, Staffordshire Bull Terriers,
Bassets, and similar dogs.
When jammies are soiled, machine wash in lukewarm water using mild detergent and gentle cycle of washer. Rinse thoroughly and line dry or tumble dry on low heat setting.
Frostbite primarily affects the ears, tail, and feet of cats and dogs. By providing adequate shelter or keeping your pet indoors during sub-zero temperatures, you can prevent this painful condition from occurring.