Measuring Guide

How to Measure for A Martingale

To measure your dog for a martingale you will need to measure the narrowest part of their neck (usually just behind the ears) to give you the length when closed. Because the collar does not have a buckle to undo it, you also need to measure around the dogs head, from above the ears to under the chin and all the way round back to the ears. This will give you maximum length you will need to get the collar over your dogs head.

When fitting properly the 2 metal loops should never touch when the collar is gently pulled closed and should be slightly loose when 'at rest'.

How to Measure for a Headcollar

How to Measure for a Harness

Four measurements are required for a harness:

Around the girth (Picture 1 - A to B & back round to A), about an inch behind the front legs

Around the neck, just below the collar, to the centre of the breast bone (Picture 2 - C to D & back round to C)

From the centre of the breast bone, down between the front legs to the girth strap (Picture 2 - C to E)

From between the shoulder blades to the line of the girth strap (Picture 3 - G to F)

Measuring for a Coat

For a bespoke coat, we need back length (collar to tail), girth, tummy & neck measurements