The following size chart is to be used as a "guideline" only. For more accurate sizing, please see product description for individual size chart as each manufacturer may vary in sizing. We do not recommend using weight to determine size, since there are so many different dog breeds. Using your dogs weight should only be used as a general guideline. If your dog's measurements fall in between two sizes when referencing a size chart, please select the larger size to ensure a comfortable fit.
|XS||6-8||10-12||7-9||Teacup Poodle, Teacup Chihuahua||3-4 lbs.|
|S||8-10||12-14||9-11||Chihuahua, Pomeranian||5-6 lbs.|
|M||10-12||14-16||11-13||Poodle, Maltese, Miniature Pinscher||7-9 lbs.|
|L||12-14||16-18||13-15||Beagle, Shih Tzu, Boston Terrier, Jack Russell||10-13 lbs.|
|XL||14-16||18-20||15-17||Cocker Spaniel, Schnauzer, Scottie, French Bulldog||14-17 lbs.|
To determine the best size for apparel and collars, please complete the following measurements with a measuring tape. (see chart below)
Chest Measure the distance around the largest part of your dogs chest. Usually behind the two front legs. This is the most important measurement, as it will make your dog uncomfortable if it is to large or to small.
Back Measure the length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail. This is not as important as the chest measurement, but will give you an idea of how long the clothing will be.
Neck To determine the proper collar size, measure the distance around your dog’s neck. Find the exact measurement of your dogs neck then add an inch or two for comfort. Example: If dogs neck is 8" then you should order a 10" collar.
To determine the best hat size to buy , please complete the following measurements with a measuring tape.
Measure across the top of the head, from base of the ear to the other base of the ear.
To determine the best shoe size to buy, please print out our shoe size chart below. Place your dogs paw on the form to determine the correct size. Shoe and Boot Size Chart