Please check the sizing charts accordingly as all designers and brands vary in sizing. Each designer will have its own size chart listed along with the item.
How to Size your dog:
The picture below will show you how to accurately measure your dogs length, neck and girth/chest measurement to help you get the right fit first time.
Back: The back measurement is taken from the collar (base of neck) to the top of the tail (where the tail joins the body)
Girth/Chest: This measurement if taken around the circumference of the deepest part of the chest, this is usually behind the front legs. Take a close fitting measurement right around your dogs chest.
Neck: This is the circumference at the base of the neck, usually where your dogs collar sits. Take a close fitting measurement right around your dogs neck.
As there is no international standard when it comes to dog clothing, it is recommended to double check your pets measurements against the chart provided for each individual product. Sizing can vary greatly between brands and a large in one brand may be completely different in another.
Important things to note:
When choosing the size that best fits your pet there are a couple of factors that are important. The correct fit around the chest is imperative. If a garment is too tight around the chest it will cut into the underarms causing discomfort and irritation, if it is too loose your dog may be able to step out of it or get its legs tangled inside the garment.
Making sure the fit around the neck is obvious - too tight and it could obstruct your dogs breathing.
While length is important to choose a well balanced fit, some garments do not necessarily need to go all the way down the dogs back - when selecting a dress, sweater, coat, etc. this length is usually designed to be close to the base of your pet’s tail. Hoodies, tanks, tees, etc. can be worn as a 3/4 midriff fit. If you need any help in choosing the right size for your pet please feel free to contact us.
If your pet’s measurements fall in between two sizes, we suggest ordering the next size up.
TIP: Use a fabric or cloth measuring tape when determining your pet’s measurements. Should you not have one, use a piece of yarn or string and measure it up against a ruler.