Dog size chart

How to measure

1 The Broadest part of the chest (shown as Chest on the illustration above)For chest measurement, measure the chest at its widest point, which is typically right behind the front legs. If the dog has a large girth, going up a size in the top line measurement is always a smart choice, since some additional fabric will be used up.

2 The Length of the backbone (shown as Body Length on the illustration above)Measuring should be done along the dog's backbone from the base of the head to the base of the tail. This is from the base of where the collar rests to where the tail is attached. The measurements you see on all our apparel indicate this top line measurement. However, it's important that the dog's girth be taken into account as well as the top line measurement.

3 The Circumference of the neck (shown as Neck on the illustration above) A good fit at the neck determines whether the dog will be comfortable wearing the clothing.

If the neck is too tight, the dog will have difficulty breathing.

There are different sizing ranges for different types of garment: It depends whether the piece of clothing is made out of binding or flexible fabric.

The most important is the chest size; as long as the chest fits properly the rest will follow.

Small and medium dog size section (2-30lbs)
Expressed in inches

SizeBody lengthChestNeck

Large dog breed dog size section (40-60lbs)
Expressed in inches

SizeBody Length Chest> Neck>


Long body breed dog size section (Dachshund type)
Expressed in inches

SizeBody Length Chest > Neck >


How to size collars

Measure around your dog’s neck, allowing a couple fingers of space. All collars are adjustable. Sizing is listed below. If you are in between sizes, order the larger size.


3/4 inch collar

Extra small collars fit 5 – 10 inches

Small collars fit 8 – 14 inches

Medium collars fit 10 – 16 inches

1 inch collar

Medium collars fit 10 – 16 inches

Large collars fit 14 – 21 inches

How to measure paws for booties

For an exact fit, measure your dog from the back of the base pad to the end of the toe pads,(do not include the toenail), then use the chart below to find the right size for your dog boots

XX-SmallUp to 1.5" paws
X-Small 1.5" to 2" paws
Small 2" to 2.5" paws
Medium 2.5" to 3" paws
Large 3.5" to 4" paws
X-Large over 4" paws