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The Dog Lives T-Shirt

Item # 63709

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Our casual t-shirt has your sentiments for the most important character in the movie covered. Cozy cotton and a unisex fit reads: "I don't care who dies in a movie, as long as the dog lives."

  • 100% cotton
  • Unisex fit
  • Machine wash, tumble-dry warm; do not iron or dry clean
  • Shirt imported, country of origin will vary
Fit NoteGarment Measurements:
Sizing in inches/cmChestLength
S36 / 91.425 / 63
M40 / 101.626 / 66
L44 / 111.727 / 68
XL48 / 12231 / 79
XXL52 / 13232 / 81
3X56 / 14233 / 84
4X60 / 15234 / 86
5X64 / 16235 / 89

Customer Reviews

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- March 17, 2017
Purchased as a nightgown (L). Very soft and comfortable to sleep in. Washes well, no shrinkage.

- January 1, 2017
Bought two of these as gifts. I bought the black and purple. These are heavy, good quality tshirts. They loved the sentiment printed on the shirt.

- July 25, 2016
its vey comfy and fits great

- April 27, 2016
My favorite dog quote! I already have 2 sweatshirts with this quote! The shirts are straight cut, which I love. They are light weight and comfortable for summer. Little if any shrinkage. I wear either a medium or large for a comfy fit. The medium in this shirt is perfect!

- April 18, 2016
Good quality fabric and printing. I thought I was the only one worrying about the dogs in movies. Seems there are many of us! This will be the perfect retirement present for a friend who worries too.

- April 10, 2016
This is a great shirt! The size fits perfectly and I love the saying!

- April 4, 2016
I love this shirt! Good quality of material and print. And I do agree with the saying! :-)

- March 10, 2016
I LOVE this shirt. I've lost track of the number of people that have seen my shirt, laughed, and stated that they feel the exact same way. Then they ask where I got the shirt because they want one just like it. Definitely a shirt that shows where your heart lives. Ha.

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