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Sizing Guides

Choosing the Correct Dog Collar

Most of the collars we supply are adjustable, so a fair degree of flexibility exists between the sizes. The adjustability of the collar means that for every dog there will usually be at least two collar sizes that will be acceptable and of comfortable fit. Our dog collars are split in to three categories; Buckle, Adjustable and Chain collars.

To select the correct size collar for your dog, measure your dogs neck, where the collar would sit, with a soft dressmakers type measuring tape. To ensure a comfortable and correct fitting collar allow approximately an additional 3cm when measuring your dogs neck (for small breeds this can be a little less, for larger breeds you may want to allow a little more). Take this measurement and choose the collar with the closest corresponding size.

To help you choose the correct collar size, we have also provided a guide as to the size collar which standard breeds will usually take. However please bare in mind that this list is a guide only and is by no means meant to be definitive. This guide is based on a breed's generic size and attributes, but every pet is an individual, so we would strongly recommend measuring your dog to confirm the size before ordering. When you have received your item, please ensure that you are confident that the product(s) you have purchased will be suitable for your pet's unique individual requirements before use.

Small Dogs

Collar Size: 20cm - 45cm

Example Breeds:
Bichon Frise
Yorkshire Terrier
Jack Russell
Dachshund
Poodle (miniature)

Medium Dogs

Collar Size: 40cm - 55cm

Example Breeds:
Beagle
West Highland
Cocker Spaniel
Saluki
Springer Spaniel

Large Dogs

Collar Size: 50cm - 65cm

Example Breeds:
Border Collie
Boxer
Dalmatian
Bassett
Weimaraner

Extra Large Dogs

Collar Size: 60cm - 80cm

Example Breeds:
German Shepherd
Great Dane
Labrador
Bull Mastiff
Rottweiler

Choosing the Correct Dog Coat

Dog coat sizes given refer to the length of the dog's back.

To measure your dog for a dog rug, simply measure from the scruff of the neck, roughly between the shoulder blades, down to the base of the tail. Choose the coat size that this closest represents.

Measurethe Length of your Dog's Back from the Neck to the Tail

Small Dogs

Coat Size: 20-35cm / 8-14inch

Example Breeds:
Yorkshire Terrier
Jack Russell
Bichon Frise

Medium Dogs

Coat Size: 35-50cm / 14-20inch

Example Breeds:
West Highland Terrier
Cavalier King Charles
Fox Terrier

Large Dogs

Coat Size: 45-60cm / 18-24inch

Example Breeds:
Beagle
Standard Poodle
Springer Spaniel

Extra Large Dogs

Coat Size: 55-80cm / 22-32inch

Example Breeds:
Labrador
German Shepherd
Great Dane

Choosing the Correct Dog Harness

The dog harneses we supply are adjustable, so a fair degree of flexibility exists between the sizes to provide an acceptable and of comfortable fit.

To help you choose the correct harness size, we have also provided a guide as to the size harness which standard breeds will usually take, based on a breed's generic size and attributes. However please bare in mind that this list is a guide only and is by no means meant to be definitive. We would strongly recommend measuring your dog to confirm the size before ordering. Each brand's sizing varies, so please see the product description for full sizing information.

When you have recieved your item, please ensure that you are confident that the product(s) you have purchased will be suitable for your pet's unique individual requirements before use.

Small Dogs

Example Breeds:
Yorkshire Terrier
Jack Russell

Medium Dogs

Example Breeds:
Beagle
West Highland Terrier

Large Dogs

Example Breeds:
Border Collie
Bassett

Extra Large Dogs

Example Breeds:
German Shepherd
Great Dane