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Santa's Lil Helper Dog Pajamas by Doggie Design
PRS# 57106

Dogs will be good all year to wait up in their Santa's Lil Helper Dog Pajamas for Christmas!

  • Red thermal PJ's
  • "Santa's Lil Helper" embroidered on the faux rear flap.
  • 70% Cotton, 25% Polyester, 5% Spandex blend

Dogs will stay warm this holiday season as they try to live up to being "Santa's Lil Helper" in these festive dog pajamas. With an easy pullover style, your pup will love to have these dog jammies on all day!

These cheery holiday dog pajamas are perfect for dogs that are patiently waiting for Santa's visit. While looking so adorable and feeling cozy, your pup will happily help you taste test holiday treats and unwrap gifts. 

These thermal dog jammies are a great choice for keeping warm during the winter months. Thanks to their discreet openings, they'll make bedtime trips to the potty spot much more pleasant. The cuffed sleeves will lock in warmth and help keep the sleepwear in place.

These dog PJ's are so cute that your pup would love to wear them to their holiday photo shoot with Santa! Don't forget to send those pictures in to us for a chance to be Pet of the Day and win up to $250 in a BaxterBoo.com shopping spree! 

Made of cozy thermal 70% Cotton, 25% Polyester, 5% Spandex blend with embroidery on the bottom.

Dear Human,

I have worked with the finest furry tailors in the world, and am here to share my bounty of knowledge. Here's how to measure your pet...

Measure from the base of the tail (where it connects to the hindquarters) up to where the collar typically sits at the base of the neck, then follow up with a generous back scratch.

This is measured by giving your pet a hug, during which you measure the entire circumference (all the way around) at the widest point of your pet's chest. This is typically right behind the front legs.

First, plenty of kisses. Then, measure the neck's circumference (the distance around it) at the point where the collar sits.

How to Measure Your Dog