A really fun Christmas card to send to all dog lovers...or anyone who is a sucker for a cute face at Christmas time!
Pedro, the perfectly podgy pug, is wearing his Santa hat to get everyone in the festive spirit!
Each Christmas card is printed entirely by hand, using custom stamps and created from original ink drawings. Inside the card is a hand printed 'Merry Christmas' message, making this a beautiful and thoughtful Christmas card to send to all your dog loving friends.
These dog Christmas cards come in packs of 4 and measure 10cm x 10cm (4" x 4") and, like the matching envelopes, are made from eco-friendly and 100% recycled card.
Coordinating Christmas wrapping paper and gift tags are also available.
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To measure your dog correctly always use a soft tape measure and always measure your dog when they are standing. We recommend you measure your dog using the guidelines shown below and choose the size giving the most room
Collar size is the length measure around your dog's neck. They key is not to be too restrictive so that the collar provides maximum comfort - you must allow space for two fingers between the collar and your dog's neck.
|Step 1 Using a tape measure, measure around your dog’s neck about half way up|
|Step 2 Take that measurement and add up to 1" just to make sure they will feel comfortable|
|Step 3 Check our sizing charts for each collar type before ordering as sizes may vary between|
If a measurement falls between two sizes, we recommend going for the larger size so that the collar is not restrictive on your dog.
For the perfect fit, clothing for your dog is measured by the dog's body length, chest and neck.
|Step 1 For the neck size, using a tape measure, measure around your dog’s neck about half way|
|Step 2 To get perfect length, measure the length of your dog’s back from your dog's shoulder|
|Step 3 For chest size, place the tape measure on the dog's shoulder blades and measure right around products up the neck blades to the base of the tail the chest at the deepest point. This usually follows the line from the shoulder blades downwards just behind the front legs.|