Dog Sizing Information
Just like people, dogs come in a seemingly endless variety of shapes, sizes, heights, and weights. It’s for those reasons that we offer such a wide variety of dog-bed sizes. Below, you’ll find sizing specifications for our five most-popular dog-bed styles. As our bed styles vary, a medium in one style won’t necessarily correlate to a medium in another. For that reason, we’ve included handy reference illustrations as well as a short list of breeds that are typically suited for each size.
As a general rule, we always say that our round beds are ideal for dogs who like to curl up when they sleep, while our larger beds are best for dogs who love to stretch out. But of course, there are no hard-fast rules. One of the best ways to decide is to simply watch your dog while he or she is sleeping. Believe it or not, you’ll learn quite a bit that way.
If you haven’t already, you can view our Dog Bed Selector here. It will help you choose the shape, style, and fill that’s best for your dog. Then, use the guide below (or the size chart found on the product page for the dog bed of your choosing) to pick the perfect size.
Deep-Dish Dog-Bed Sizing Chart
Horseshoe Dog-Bed Sizing Chart
Rectangle Dog-Bed Sizing Chart
Round Dog-Bed Sizing Chart
Wraparound Dog-Bed Sizing Chart
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.
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