As far as the playpen goes, pet size and ideal pen height don't always correlate. Prime example, I repeatedly found my 3.5 lb lionhead rabbit on the wrong side of a 48'' pen. I was baffled until I caught her in the act - she figured out a way to climb up the corner where the pen was attached to their condo and then dropped all the way down to the floor on the other side.
This pen is sturdy enough that any height would stand up just fine against your particular dog, so the main thing to consider is whether she's a skilled jumper and/or climber. I have no experience with your dog's breed, but I know many small breeds have a knack for jumping over barricades and could make their way over the 24'' pen pretty easily... others take one look at a pen that height and decide to respect the barrier.
If you're not sure how determined your pup is to thwart obstacles, the 36'' is probably the safest bet - tall enough to definitely keep her in but not so tall that the gate/door can be a bit unwieldy at times. However, if you can get away with a shorter pen, they do offer the option of being able to reach over them and pick up your pet. Over the years, I've used all four heights that this pen is offered in. I'm 5'4'' and for me, 30'' vs 36'' is the cut-off where I stop being able to reach over comfortably... or at all.
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I suggest buying items that are like 2.33333333 times larger than what like fits the dog now. As for the clothing, though, I wouldn't like worry much. All of the dogs that I have like had came with like a fur coat and pants complete with like hairy boots to like keep their toes warm.
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