Dog Sizing Chart

Here you can find all the necessary measurements to outfit your canine companions with comfortable, good fitting, clothing and collars.

DOG COLLARSSizing Guidelines for Dog Collars and Apparel
Proper collar fit is vital for your dog’s health and safety. Choose a collar that allows you to easily slip three fingers under the collar. Of course, you don’t want the collar to be too loose—the three-finger-fit rule may not result in proper fit for all breeds—but the collar should be one notch away from being able to slide over your dog’s head. Once you have taken these measurements, ask our Pet Advice to help you select the right collar size.

Dogs come in all shapes and sizes,as do our coats and jackets. This chart will help you identify the correct size for your dog. In most cases, the girth measurement (taken around the widest part of the chest or rib cage) and weight will be the best indicators of fit size. The Length measurement shown here is from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

Girth Length Weight Breed Example
(inches) (inches) (Pounds)  
11"-16" 12" under 12 lbs. Toy Breeds
16"-20" 14" 12-20 lbs. Terrier
19"-25" 17" 18-32 lbs. Beagle
22"-30" 19" 20-40 lbs. English Springer Spaniel
23"-33" 24" 40-80 lbs. Labrador Retriever, Golden Retriever
30"-42" 28" 80-120 lbs. Newfoundland, Great Dane