Make sure you get the most comfortable fit for your dog – and the right size first time – by taking a few simple measurements.
Scroll down or click the links for the Size Guides for our Dog Collars, Dog Leads, Dog Coats, Dog Beds and Pet Carriers.
DOG COLLAR SIZE GUIDE
It’s best to measure your dog to make sure you get the collar that fits them perfectly. Take a flexible tape measure and place around your dog’s actual neck (not their existing collar). If your dog is between sizes, then it’s best to go up one.
|ORDER COLLAR SIZE || YOUR DOG’S NECK MEASUREMENT (approx) ||TYPICAL BREEDS |
|Extra Small (1.5cm wide) ||5-8" (12cm-19cm) ||Teacup, |
|Small (1.5cm wide) ||8-11" (20cm-29cm) ||Chihuahua, |
|Medium Narrow (1.5cm wide) ||11-13" (29cm-33cm) ||Jack Russell Mini, |
|Medium Regular (2cm wide) ||12-15" (30cm-39cm) ||Pugs, Mini Poodle, |
|Large (2.5cm wide) ||16-19" (40cm-49cm) ||Staffordshire |
|Extra Large (2.5cm wide) ||20-23" (50cm-60cm) ||Labrador, |
TIP: If you don't have a tape measure to hand, simply use a piece of string.
DOG LEAD SIZE GUIDE
|ORDER LEAD ||YOUR DOG’S NECK MEASUREMENT (approx) ||TYPICAL BREEDS |
|Slim Width - 1.5cm wide |
(approx 1 metre long)
|5-14" (12cm-35cm) ||Chihuahua, |
Small Jack Russell
weight up to
|Regular Width - 2.54cm wide |
(approx 1 metre long)
|15-23" (36cm-60cm) ||Pugs, Staffie, |
DOG COAT SIZE GUIDE
We make our ready-to-wear coats in a large range of sizes so that you can get an excellent fit. You just need two measurements – length and torso.
Hold the tape measure loosely, so that you can get two fingers underneath. If your dog measurement is an odd number round it down one size.
- Length: Measure from your dog’s neck to the base of their tail.
- Torso: Find the ribcage and wrap the tape measure around the widest part.
|ORDER COAT ||LENGTH ||TORSO ||TYPICAL BREEDS |
|8 (Xsmall) || 24cm || 34-39cm ||Teacup, Chihuahua |
|10 (Small) |
| 28cm || 33-42cm ||Chihuahua, Mini Dachshund, Yorkie |
|12 (Medium) |
| 33cm || 48-57cm ||Short legged, Jack Russell, Norfolk Terrier, Border Terrier, |
Yorkie, Mini Schnauzer, Small Pug, Mini Poodle,
French Bull Dog, Cavalier
|14 (Large) |
| 40cm || 50-64cm ||Staffie, French Bull Dog, Parsons Jack Russell, |
Cocker Spaniel, Small Beagle, Fox Terrier, Pug, Westie
|16 || 45cm || 58-74cm ||Small Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Westie, Staffie, |
Long legged Jack Russell, Fox Terrier, Standard Pug
|18 || 53cm || 71-86cm ||Cocker Spaniel, Staffie, Westie, Dalmatian, Boxer, Bulldog, |
Weimaraner, Doberman, Labrador, Vizsla
|20 || 57cm || 81-106cm ||Boxer, Dalmatian, Labrador, |
Bulldog, Weimaraner, Vizsla
|22 || 62cm || 86-111cm ||Labrador, Bulldog, German Shepherd |
|24 || 68cm || 101-129cm ||Great Dane, New Foundland, German Shepherd |
Note: Dogs love a coat when it’s cold and wet, but please always dress your dog appropriately and do not let your pet overheat.
DOG CARRIER SIZE GUIDE
Our pet carriers for lapdogs and small dogs come in two sizes.
|ORDER CARRIER ||DOG TYPE ||CARRIER DIMENSIONS ||TYPICAL BREEDS |
|Small ||Mini Dog ||Height 11" (28cm) |
Width 10.5" (27cm)
Length 16" (42cm)
|Teacup, Chihuahua & other toy breeds |
|Medium ||Small Dog ||Height 12" (31cm) |
Width 11.5" (29cm)
Length 19" (48cm)
|Short legged Jack Russell, Small Pug, Yorkie, Mini Dachshund |
Note: We recommend a harness is used for your dog's safety when using the pet carrier.
DOG BED SIZES
Your dog should have enough space on its bed to be able to lie flat down on its side with legs stretched out in front. The breeds below give an indication of the size you may need.
|ORDER BED ||BED DIAMETER (approx) ||TYPICAL BREEDS |
|Small ||25" (63cm) ||Chihuahua, Short legged Jack Russell, Bichon Frise, |
Pug, Border Terrier
|Medium ||36" (92cm) ||Spaniel, Mini Schnauzer, Staffie |
Parsons, Jack Russell
|Large ||42" (106cm) || Staffie, Vizla, Bulldog, |
DOG BLANKET SIZE GUIDE
Sizes 26" x 38" (66cm x 96cm)