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When the weather gets cold, its important to have your dogs in pajamas so they stay warm.  Small dogs in particular have a hard time acclimating to the cold weather during the cold seasons.  They shiver, feel uncomfortable, and have restless sleepless nights.  Imagine being naked during the cold winter months, even during the day.  Does a pair of flannel pajamas make us feel more comfortable and warm instantly. 

Our beloved fur-babies need dog pjs to keep warm.  There is no way around it during the cold winter months.  A coat will work, but it may get a bit bulky when they are trying to nap or during bedtime.  So we suggest a pair of dog pjs to solve the problem.  They can run, play, lounge, eat and sleep in these flannel dog pjs. 

These dog pjs are designed in a way where its easy to put on, snaps closed with a few buttons underneath and is washable.  Will hold up to many seasons of wear. 

Size:  See size tab below

Availability: This dog pj ships in 1-3 business days.

Sizing Guide


        Neck      Chest?      Length    Approximate Weight  (Guide only, do not rely on just weight, always measure!)
XS      7"           11"            8 "             up to 2 lbs
S        8"           12"            8"              2-4 lbs
M        9"           14"            9"              4-5 lbs
L        11"          16"           10"             5-6 lbs
XL      12"          18"           11"             6-8 lbs 
XXL    13"           20"          12"             8-10 lbs

How to Measure

How to size for dog pajamas
To find the best fit, it is recommended you measure your dog, there is no standard size for each breed or weight. Take a few minutes to measure to avoid returns. All our items have different size charts since they come from different manufacturers.

To measure, take a measuring tape and measure your dog in inches for:

Neck: this is the measurement all the way around your dog’s neck

Chest: this is the measurement all the way around the widest part of your dog’s chest

Length: this is the area from the neck to the butt area, where the tail starts

Once you get a ‘tight’ measurement, we suggest you add 1-2” to the neck and chest area so that there is room to walk and for your dog to be comfortably stretch out. Just like our clothes, you do not want a 'skin tight' fit.

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