Walk-in styling and self-fastening closures ensure quick on/off
100% cotton dog sweatshirt is machine washable
Warm your dog with a fleecy sweatshirt in cool weather
Easily dress your dog for the weather with this heavyweight 100% cotton sweatshirt featuring new walk-in style with center-back self-fastener closures. Cuddly sweatshirt material is brushed on inside for fleecy softness. Includes two kangaroo pockets for treats. Ribbed collar, legs, and bottom opening seal in warmth and keep the cold out. Machine wash and tumble dry low. Sorry, personalization not available.
Please specify: Army Green, Navy, or Red.
95 lbs and up
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 your measurement is near or over the length specification in the smaller size. While these sweatshirts stretch slightly, a larger size will fit your dog more comfortably.
Also round up to the next larger size if your pet has a thick coat, broader chest, or wider underside.
Measure girth around the widest part of your pet's chest, just behind the front legs. Again, while these sweatshirts do stretch slightly, choose a size that accommodates your pet's girth with minimal stretching for the most comfortable fit.
This sweatshirt has a general fit. It has adjustable features that fit any dog. 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.
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.
When sweatshirt is 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.