To find the correct dog clothing size, measure the length of your pet's body along the spine from the base of the neck (where the collar sits) to the base (not tip!) of the tail. This measurement is the inch measurement given in each individual item of clothing's description. Please make sure your pet is standing upright to get an accurate measurement.
Sizing can vary greatly between different pet clothing designers so please be sure to measure your pet, if your pet wears a medium in one brand this doesn't necessarily mean a medium in the others too.
If your pet has a stout build, a deep chest or is overweight we recommend going up at least one size to get a better fit.
If your pet is long backed, like a dachshund for example, a smaller size is recommended.
The measurements for our different collars are stated in the description text for each item. Sizing varies between the different designers, so please be sure to measure instead of assuming the same size will fit in all brands.
When measuring your pet's neck for a collar, allow space for two fingers to slide underneath the collar on top of the actual neck measurement.
For cats, always choose a collar from our cat collar department with a safety breakaway feature. Regular dog collars are not safe for cats to wear.