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Puppy PJs Zoo friends
Flannel pet pajamas are the only way to keep your little dog warm this winter, while lounging around the house and sleeping at night. Besides, they look so darn cute in them, like little babies in onsies.
This fun zoo print puppy pjs are a customer favorite with lions, elephants and giraffes. It's super fast to put on and take off, it's a breeze to wash and there is a little area underneath where your little dog can go to the potty without having to ever remove the pajamas. We make it that easy! There's snap buttons underneath, three snaps and its on!
Picture your little guy or gal lounging around in these cute little pet pajamas. It'd be perfect for opening presents during Christmas morning too! Makes a great gift for your dog lovers.
Size: see sizing tab below
Availability: these puppy pjs ship in 2-3 business days.
Don't let your dog freeze this winter. Love them and keep them warm with a pair of our ultra cute and cool puppy pjs.
It's freezing cold during the winters. We don't want to see your dog shiver during the long winter months. Please put on a pet pajama and watch them be happy and feel loved!
Buy one today, you will notice a difference. Besides that, they will look a cute as button in them.
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.