Stop whatever you are doing right now because a company has just released matching pyjamas for you and your dog.
With the festive season fast approaching, we all soon will be off work and cuddling up on the sofa in our comfy PJs, glass of wine in hand while Elf plays on the television.
And now that image will be even more perfect as our furry four-legged friends will join us by the fire in pairs of matching jim-jams.
American dog fashion brand Fabdog has made all of our dreams come true by releasing the adorable matching human and pooch PJs.
With four different styles available, every pup will be able to find a pair that suits them or you could just get them all, as they are just too damn cute!
You can either pick up a red and black check set or a green checked design which even come with teeny tiny pockets where you can store treats for your pups.
If you fancy something that is made out of sweatshirt material, there is a cosy thermal grey set that also comes in red.
At $50 (£37.89) for a human/doggo set, they aren’t too expensive and would be a perfect present for any dog owner this Christmas.
With sizes ranging from extra small to extra large for humans and eight inches to 20 inches for dogs, there will be something that suits and fits everyone.
The people have spoken – and we listened.
Introducing Fabdog’s exclusive matching plaid unisex human PJ bottoms and matching dog PJs.
Now you and your dog can lounge on the couch in style and comfort in these cosy plaid flannel PJ bottoms.
Whether it’s just you and your number one cuddle buddy, or you get some for the whole family, there’s no doubt that you won’t have a holiday card to trump all holiday cards with your dog in matching plaid pyjamas.
Just don’t forget to send us a photo too.
If you fancy picking up a pair you’ll have to be quick – they’re guaranteed to sell out fast.
You can order them on Fabdog’s website here.
Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.