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Crazy Dog T-Shirts Review

If you looked in my closet right now, you would find mostly t-shirts. You may come across the odd blouse or turtleneck, but pretty much all I wear year round are t-shirts. I have a few different ones including plain solid coloured tees as well as tees with logos. My favourites are the funny ones though. I get a real kick out of wearing them!
Crazy Dog T-Shirts is definitely your store if you want a t-shirt with a sense of humour. Here you can find a multitude of tees with funny sayings or pictures. I like the ones with the play on words. Some of them are great for people who like shock value and want to get noticed. I don’t think I would say I am one of those people. I just like the ones that make me laugh.
Crazy Dog T-Shirts sent me the Weiner Lovers T-Shirt for my review. I thought it was pretty funny and I love the pic of the dog on the front. It’s a great blue colour too! This tee is one of their top sellers.
I ordered a Large because I prefer my shirts to be longer and not to ride up. This tee was the perfect length for me and I love that it was fitted. I like my tops to be fitted over loose. It’s 100% cotton and it’s nice and soft to touch.
I washed it in cold like I do with all my clothes and hung it to dry. It will shrink if you put it in the dryer. The design seems to be standing up well over time and has not really faded. At a price of $19.99, this is a great buy and I would shop there again.
If you are looking for a humorous gift to give someone, then you should check out Crazy Dog T-Shirts and see what they have to offer. They have tees for men, women and kids and you can buy them online at their website.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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