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Zack & Zoey® Basic Dog T-Shirt

Zack & Zoey Basic Dog T-Shirt is made from lightweight poly-cotton blend and features an elasticized neck, sleeves, and hem. Available in a wide variety of colors, making them perfect to wear everyday of the week!

Features:
  • Lightweight, poly-cotton design
  • Elasticized neck, sleeves, and hem for a proper fit
  • Get back to basics with this classic doggie tee
  • Elasticized neck, sleeves and hem provide a comfy fit
Item Specifications:

Color:
Black
Nautical Blue
Vibrant Orange
Raspberry Sorbet
Tomato Red

Sizing Information:

Back: Measure length of pet’s back from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

Note: If your dog is stout, please order one size up.

XX-Small:
Length: 8”
Recommended for:
Teacup and dogs under 5 lbs

X-Small:
Length: 10”
Recommended for:
Australian Terrier, Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Toy Poodle, Yorkshire Terrier

Small:
Length: 12”
Recommended for:
Boston Terrier, Jack Russell Terrier, Maltese, Pug, Silky Terrier

Small/Medium:
Length: 14”

Medium:
Length: 16”
Recommended for:
Bichon Frise, Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Corgi, Scottish Terrier

Large:

Length: 20”
Recommended for:
Brittany Spaniel, Bulldog, Collie, Schnauzer, Springer Spaniel

X-Large:
Length: 24”
Recommended for:
Doberman Pinscher, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Rottweiler

Material:

65% Polyester and 35% Cotton

Care:
Machine wash cold on a gentle cycle. Line dry.

Product Reviews by Customers

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Nice price for the item
Jeanne K on Dec 21, 2015
Basic and economical
Elaine B on Sep 20, 2015
My little Chihuahua needs to keep warn when it's kind of cool outside.
Susan B on Nov 1, 2015
Perfect for the morning that is a bit fresh but nor cold.
Susan P on Aug 11, 2015
How big of a dog does it fit? My dog is a lab that weighs about 60-65 lbs
A shopper on Mar 2, 2014
Best Answer: The Basic TShirt Zack & Zoey - I have a Pit Bull weighing 58 pounds Chest 29" Snug, Neck 18"-19" Back Length 20". I have ordered L & XL. Large is the choice for best fit, is snug around the front of the chest and into the under arm area, looks good & stays in place. The material pulls very tight where it is sewn around the leg opening and creates a tight seam like a straight line under the arm pit area, and is well below the soft tissue so it will not be an issue rubbing when walking your dog. I am very particular that nothing causes friction on the skin of my pet if she is wearing dog clothing & the material does not pull up into the soft tissue. The length is perfect & stops exactly where her tail and back meet. The XL is 24" Length & is too long, drapes down over her tail & noticeably a bit too large for her body. If your dog chest girth larger than 29" go with the XL & plan on altering the length to fit the back length correctly. I believe XL is being discontinued by the manufacturer. If you need the XL for chest size start looking now as it is still available on eBay, Amazon & elsewhere. HINTS: How I put this shirt on my dog - pull the material over the head first then reach through the right front leg opening from inside the shirt with your hand reaching down gently pull up & her leg will naturally curl up with her paw turned under her leg. Cover her paw with your hand to keep her nails from catching & push her paw through the opening. Letting go she will naturally straighten out her leg & you will guide the material over her knee & up to her shoulder. Moving to the Left side you will pull the material almost to the ground because it is too tight to curl her paw up to put in. Raise her left leg up & curl her paw cover her claws while keeping low to the ground & quickly push her paw through & guide up to her left shoulder. Smooth & pull shirt toward her tail and you are ready to go.Enter an answer to this question.
Reply · Report · Colleen K on Feb 3, 2016
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want xl as they show this comes in XL in choices does it or not???????????????? simple question it says comes in XL but can't order XL??? whats up????
gail l on Nov 3, 2015
Best Answer: Hello, I apologize as the XL is not available to order as it is out of stock and no longer available. I apologize fro the inconvenience this has caused you.
Reply · Report · Dana MStaff on Nov 5, 2015
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I have two Westies one is 17 lbs the other is 24.5 lbs what is the weight of the sizing? What is the matterial?
A shopper on Oct 19, 2014
Best Answer: Please see below for sizing information and suggestions from the manufacturer--

Material:
65% Polyester and 35% Cotton

XX-Small:
Length: 8”
Recommended for:
Teacup and dogs under 5 lbs
X-Small:
Length: 10”
Recommended for:
Australian Terrier, Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Toy Poodle, Yorkshire Terrier
Small:
Length: 12”
Recommended for:
Boston Terrier, Jack Russell Terrier, Maltese, Pug, Silky Terrier
Small/Medium:
Length: 14”
Medium:
Length: 16”
Recommended for:
Bichon Frise, Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Corgi, Scottish Terrier
Large:
Length: 20”
Recommended for:
Brittany Spaniel, Bulldog, Collie, Schnauzer, Springer Spaniel
X-Large:
Length: 24”
Recommended for:
Doberman Pinscher, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Rottweiler
Reply · Report · Michelle PStaff on Oct 23, 2014
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