My kids love getting new Christmas pajamas every year and when we added a black lab to our family we decided to continue on the tradition with some Christmas pajamas for dogs.
I was actually pretty shocked at just how many fun and adorable options there were for holiday pjs for dogs of all sizes. I mean, how fun is it dressing up your puppy in a pj set designed to look like Santa or one that has some fun snowmen all over.
These outfits even work for Christmas pictures with the family and is a cute way to incorporate your pooch into a fun family tradition. There are even matching pajamas for families and dogs.
Here are some pajamas for dogs that I found for this Christmas season.
Fun Christmas Pajamas For Dogs Both Large and Small
Fitwarm Holiday Pajamas For Dogs
How adorable are these these holiday pajamas?
Not only are these pjs super cute but they are also made from soft and comfortable fabric so your dog won’t mind wearing them.
There is an elastic waist on the bottom of the onesies so you simply just have to place them over your dog and onto each paw. They would be perfect for the days leading up to Christmas or for a Christmas family photo shoot.
They are available in sizes x-small up to xx-large. There is a size chart that you can check out to see were your dog falls in size as you can’t just base it on their normal dog clothing size.
**Do be aware though that these run small. You will want to consider sizing up one even after looking at the size chart. This is according to several buyers who used the size chart and the clothing was still too small.
If you have a larger size dog you may want to consider other pajamas for your dog as these are more Christmas pajamas for small dogs and some medium size ones.
Pajamagram Matching Pajamas For Family and Dog
You may have seen matching Pajamagram Christmas PJs for the whole family, but did you know that they also make matching pajamas for dogs as well?
I think this idea is so neat that you can dress the whole family in matching Christmas pajamas and even include your pooch in it as well.
I really love the matching Santa suit idea as it would be so neat for mom and dad and then for all the kids as well as for your dog to wear these on Christmas morning. It would even make an adorable Christmas photo for a card with all of you sitting in bed enjoying hot cocoa or sitting my the fireplace with the glow of the Christmas tree.
It’s also perfect for a single person and their dog as well as couple and their pooch to start their own traditions.
For dogs this is available in sizes small, medium and large and x-large.
For kids sizes it starts in infant size and then goes up to adult sizes. It even includes up to a 2Xl for men and a women’s 3XL so you are sure to find sizes for your whole family.
More Christmas Pajama Onesies For Dogs
Here are even more options for Christmas pajamas for large dogs as well as small ones.
Most of the items below are from Etsy.com as well as some from Amazon.com. The neat thing about Etsy is that sometimes you can find a seller that will customize the outfit for your dog and may even be able to offer options for larger dog breeds that you may have trouble fitting in normal dog clothing.
If you want something a bit more classic and traditinal for your pooch, check out these red fleece long john pajamas for dogs. They even have a “faux” trapdoor just like you would find on the long johns they used to wear years and years ago.
These are sure to be a hit for Christmas and can even be worn all winter long to keep your puppy warm.
What To Know Before You Buy Your Dog Pajamas For Christmas
Although all of the Christmas pajamas for dogs are simple adorable, if they don’t fit your pooch properly you won’t get any use out of them.
Before you buy PJs for your pet you need to make sure that you measure your dog to see what exact size he needs. Every company is going to have different measurements for sizes so don’t just go off the size clothing you may have bought in the past.
Most pajamas are measured by neck size, chest size and usually length of your dog (neck to base of tail, not including the tail). The chest size should be taken at the widest part of your puppy at the rib cage.
If you find that any of the measurements are in-between two sizes, I would recommend that you size up instead of going down as you don’t want the clothing to be too tight and uncomfortable for your dog.
You can go all out for your pooch at Christmas and really celebrate and have fun with your loved pet.