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Style: Doggie Ribbed Tank Top

Pamper your pup and be the envy of the dog park with this ribbed tank top. Made from combed ringspun baby rib cotton for comfort, it's the perfect style statement for your furry pet!

  • Material: 5.8 oz., 100% combed ringspun baby rib cotton (Heather is a 90/10 cotton-poly blend)
  • Double-needled ribbed binding on sleeves, neck and bottom for strength
  • Select one size up for long-haired dogs
  • Machine wash in cold water. Tumble dry low
  • Use non-chlorine bleach only. Do not dry clean
Size: L
L (24-45 lbs)
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Universe's Best T-Shirt
We were making gifts for grandma and I suggest making a "World's Best Grandma" shirt. My kindergartener decided that wasn't good enough and we should make sure that everyone knows she is the best grandma in the entire universe. So, now you can show anyone that they are the best son/daughter/sister/brother/wife/husband/mother/father/teacher/boss/co-worker/whatever in the entire universe. Per the NASA website: ABOUT THIS IMAGE: The brilliant, blue glow of young stars traces the graceful spiral arms of galaxy NGC 5584 in this Hubble Space Telescope image. Thin, dark dust lanes appear to be flowing from the yellowish core, where older stars reside. The reddish dots sprinkled throughout the image are largely background galaxies. Among the galaxy's myriad stars are pulsating stars called Cepheid variables and one recent Type Ia supernova, a special class of exploding stars. Astronomers use Cepheid variables and Type Ia supernovae as reliable distance markers to measure the universe's expansion rate. NGC 5584 was one of eight galaxies astronomers studied to measure the universe's expansion rate. In those galaxies, astronomers analyzed more than 600 Cepheid variables, including 250 in NGC 5584. Cepheid variables pulsate at a rate matched closely by their intrinsic brightness, making them ideal for measuring distances to relatively nearby galaxies. Type Ia supernovae flare with the same brightness and are brilliant enough to be seen from relatively longer distances. Astronomers search for Type Ia supernovae in nearby galaxies containing Cepheid variables so they can compare true brightness of both types of stars. They then use that information to calibrate the measurement of Type Ia supernovae in far-flung galaxies and calculate their distance from Earth. Once astronomers know accurate distances to galaxies near and far, they can determine the universe's expansion rate. The image is a composite of several exposures taken in visible light between January and April 2010 with Hubble's Wide Field Camera 3. NGC 5584 resides 72 million light-years away in the constellation Virgo. Object Name: NGC 5584
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