Keep your house organize and your dog cloths clean and accessible with the Puppe Love Dog Closet.
Multiple rods to hang cloths on.
Easy care cover.
Sturdy black frame.
Zipper in front.
Why We Love It:
The sturdy black steel frame construction is easy to assemble in minutes and the cream-colored polyester easy-care cover keeps your pet clothing organized and dust free. Convenient front zipper opening has a space in the center for easy access to either side of the hanging. Hangers sold separately.
Small hanging area has 2 hanging rods from left to right.
Large hanging area has 8 hanging rods from front to back of the closet, four rods on each side. Four of the 8 rods are adjustable. It gives you over 13 feet of available clothes hanging storage. If you have a smaller dog, like a teacup, you could add more hanging rods. There is a rod over the center suitable for hanging leashes.
Small: 24" wide, 30” high and 12” deep
Large: 30" wide, 59" tall and 20" deep
Important Sizing Note: The following measurements are the dimensions of the actual product, not of the pet they fit. After measuring your pet, make sure all measurements fit within the following dimensions (with a little room to spare in the chest and neck).
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To ensure proper fit, use our handy sizing guide and match your results with the info in the product description.
Proper footwear fit is essential to a fun day out (or in). Here's how to measure your pet's paws...
With your pet's paw on the ground, measure from the tip of the claws (those have to fit inside the shoe too) to the back of where the paw touches the ground, which is just behind the pad.
While your pet's paw is still on the ground, measure from side to side at the widest point of your pet's paw, which is usually near the base of the toes.
Handy Tip: Try having your pet step on a piece of paper, then trace around the paw. Then, while your pet is off eating your houseplants or terrorizing the neighborhood, you can measure the traced outline in peace.