First, make sure the neck of your pup’s new bodysuit is open and unzipped. Put your pup’s head through the front of the bodysuit (like a t-shirt) and then put their front legs through. Next, lay the back of the suit along your pup’s back and insert one back leg at a time. Once all their legs are in the bodysuit, make sure the extra flap of material attached to the inside of the suit is laying flat between the bodysuit and your pup’s chest to ensure their fur/skin doesn’t get caught while you’re zipping it up. You can then zip the bodysuit up all the way or you can leave it unzipped as much as you need for male pups who need the extra space. Because our bodysuits are designed with non-travel zippers, it stays in place and won’t move or unzip on your pup.
Our suits are designed to fit most pups and in order to ship you the right size the first time, we take into account your pup’s top line, girth and weight measurements to determine what the best size is. If you’d like our help with a size recommendation, you can contact us via live chat, social media, by phone at (888) 833-K9K9 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes! Our suits are designed with an open belly so that pet parents don’t have to unzip or remove the bodysuit before their pup goes to the bathroom. Some male pups may need to leave their suit unzipped a little depending on their anatomy, but our non-travel zipper won’t move on your pup and the protective layer of material that sits between your pup and the bodysuit will help avoid any pinching.
No and that was a big concern our Founder had early on, so we had an independent study conducted by the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine to ensure that pups could safely wear our Lycra Bodysuit in warmer temperatures. The study found that our bodysuit does not cause overheating for pups who wear it. We’ve also gone the extra mile and had our Lycra Bodysuit and Comfort Coat certified UPF 50+, so it blocks out 98% of harmful UV rays to protect pups from sun-related cancers.