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When measuring your dog’s neck, include the space for 2 fingers to slide under comfortably in your measurement. Our size guide works on the available holes on the collars so we would encourage you to aim for a collar size that uses one of the middle holes. The breeds suggested against each size are based on averages. Please measure your dog for accurate sizing – every dog is different! For more information, check out our blog to help you choose the perfect size.

Collar sizes

SizeFirst HoleLast HoleSuggested dog breedsWidth
XL51cm61cmGerman Shepherd, Great Dane, Rottweiler2.5cm
L41cm51cmLabrador, Boxer, Red Setter2.5cm
M33cm43cmCocker Spaniel, Staffordshire Bull Terrier2cm
S28cm38cmJack Russell, Pug, Italian Greyhound2cm
XS25cm30cmShih Tzu, Bichon Frise, Pomeranian1.3cm
XXS20cm25cmChihuahua, Yorkshire Terrier, Dachshund1.3cm

Lead sizes

Wide100cm x 2.5cm
Medium100cm x 2cm
Narrow100cm x 1.3cm

Training lead sizes

Wide200cm x 2.5cm
Medium200cm x 2cm

Dog coat sizes

SizeLength cmLength inchesSuggested dog breeds
M40cm15.5inSchnauzer, Cocker Spaniel, Staffordshire Bull Terrier
S32cm12.5inBorder Terrier, Cavalier, Jack Russell, Shih Tzu
XS25cm10inChihuahua, Yorkie

Measure the length from the head to your dogs tail.

dog coat size