DOGGO DOGGO SIZE CARD

To ensure that the clothes fit as best as possible, we have prepared two doggo doggo® size variants - REGULAR and SLIM.

REGULAR: this size is intended for dogs with normal and wider chests. These clothes are also characterized by a shorter cut. They will fit well on dogs such as Jack Russell Terriers or English Staffies

SLIM: this size variant is designed for dogs with slightly narrower chests, such as English Greyhounds or Manchester Terriers. Clothes from this size line will have a slightly longer cut.

HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE?

IT'S EASY!

Use the calculator that will efficiently and error-freely choose the right size for your pet. Just measure your dog and enter the dimensions.

How to measure a dog

  • S - neck circumference measured at the widest point (cm)
  • O - chest circumference measured at the widest point (cm)
  • D - length measured from the neck to the beginning of the tail (cm)

Calculator

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    Size variants

    Slim
    XS
    S
    M
    L
    24-27 cm 27-30 cm 30-33 cm 33-36 cm
    37-40 cm 41-44 cm 45-50 cm 51-56 cm
    30-35 cm 35-40 cm 40-45 cm 45-50 cm
    Regular
    XS
    S
    M
    L
    28-31 cm 31-34 cm 34-37 cm 37-41 cm
    39-42 cm 43-46 cm 47-52 cm 53-58 cm
    25-30 cm 30-35 cm 35-40 cm 40-45 cm

    HOW TO MEASURE YOUR DOG CORRECTLY

    To properly measure your dog using three measurements: neck circumference, chest circumference and length from neck to tail, follow these instructions:

    S - neck circumference:
    Use a tape measure to measure the circumference of your dog's neck just at the base where the collar would normally be. Make sure the measuring cup fits loosely around your neck and does not tighten on your skin.

    O - chest circumference:
    Place the measuring tape around your dog's chest, at the widest part - just behind the shoulder blades. Make sure the measuring cup fits loosely.

    D - length from the neck to the base of the tail:
    Place one end of the tape measure on the dog's neck (start of the neck) and extend the tape measure along the spine to the base of the tail. Make sure the measuring cup is straight and not curved, and that it is placed against your dog's body.

    Remember that it is important to remain calm and gentle when measuring your dog. If your dog is impatient or reluctant to measure, you can ask someone to help hold him in place or provide treats as motivation.