Measuring your pet
Individual dogs vary in size and physique. The only truly accurate way to choose the right sized garments for your dog is to use your dog's actual measurements. For comfort and fit, please be accurate in measuring your pet.
Here are some tips on how to measure your dog:
Length – Measure from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.
Chest circumference – Measure around the top part of the chest
Neck circumference – Measure around the base of the neck (where a collar sits)
Girth circumference – Measure around the lower part of chest (belly area)
Please choose the next size up if your dog has a thick coat, broad chest or wider underside.
For sizing clothing:
Use a tape measure to take measurements of your pup.
Make sure your dog is standing upright on all fours.
Snugly wrap the tape measure around the chest, neck, and girth areas, and along the length of the back (as shown in diagram above).
Take a reading where the tape meets and jot it down.
For sizing boots:
Place the paw on a piece of paper and press down on the top, mimicking how the paw spreads when the dog's walking.
Mark the left and the right side on the paper and measure the distance between the marks.
Take a reading.
Note: The width of the paw should be smaller than the boot size.