FINDING THE RIGHT SIZE
- Get your dog to stand still with the head up
- Trace the front leg up to find the base of the neck and measure from that point to the root of the tail
- Use the measurement to find the size using the table below
|Size||Length of the back||Breed examples|
|XS||20 - 27cm||Chihuahua, Yorkshire Terrier, teacup breeds|
|S||27 - 37cm||Jack Russel Terrier, Papillon, Lhasa Apso|
|M||37 - 47cm||Cocker Spaniel, Beagle, Border Collie|
|L||47 - 57cm||Springer Spaniel, Boxer, small Labrador|
|XL||57 - 65cm||large Labrador, German Shepherd, King Poodle, Weimaraner|
|2XL||65 - 76cm||Golden Retriever, Rottweiler, Flatcoat retriever, Bernese Mountain Dog|
|3XL||76 - 85cm||Newfoundlander, Wolfhound, Great Dane|
Is your pooch right between 2 sizes?
If it is a lean dog, they will likely fit in the smaller one. If your dog has a larger chest or a big head/strong neck, consider going for the larger size.
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IT'S HARD TO MEASURE MY DOG, CAN I FIND THE CORRECT SIZE BASED ON THE BREED?We recommend that you pick the size based on a measurement, since many breeds have quite significant differences in size.
I HAVE A PUPPY, WHICH SIZE SHOULD I GET FOR HER?If you dog is still growing, it is best to wait until they reach their full size and measure them, since sizes vary quite significantly from dog to dog.
I have a dog with a particular shape (e.g. Chow Chow, English Bulldog, Italian GreyhoundFinding the right fit for some breeds can be tricky, so we recommend trying a robe on in a retail store to know whether it fits.