Measure twice, order once!
Use string for easy measuring. Make sure the string is comfortably around or along the area being measured, not too tight, then pinch where string ends meet and use a ruler or tape measure to get your measurement!
The circumference of your dog’s neck at its widest point.
When your dog is standing, measure the distance between the collar and the base of the tail. If your dog has a thick coat, deep chest or is overweight, we recommend going up one size for proper fit.
When your dog is standing, measure the circumference of your dog’s chest, behind his front legs, at its widest part.
Products That Need Measuring
Anxiety Wrap – measure girth. Measurement should be slightly snug. Do not round up to larger size.
Boots – measure paw width
1). Have your dog stand on a firm surface. 2). Place a piece of blank paper under a front paw. 3. Lift the dog's other front paw so that his weight is placed firmly on the paw being measured. 4. Mark the paper at the paw's widest point on the left and right sides. 5. Use a ruler to measure.
Chillybuddy Coat – measure neck, length and girth. The back length is the most important. When in doubt a little excess length is better than being too short.
Collars – measure neck
Add 1" to measurement. You should be able to place two fingers between collar and your dog’s neck. Tazlab safety collars should fit comfortably snug.
Float Coat (Life Vest) - measure girth
In-between sizes: choose the smaller coat for a snug fit.
Harnesses – measure girth
In-between sizes: choose larger size, especially with deep-chested breeds like Bulldogs and Bull Terriers.
K-9 Overcoat – measure girth
In-between sizes: choose the larger coat for more coverage.
Packs – measure girth
In-between sizes: choose the smaller pack for a lighter load and less bulk.
Sweaters – measure length
If your dog has a thick coat, deep chest or is overweight, we recommend going up one size for proper fit.
Thundershirt - measure chest