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Finding the best fit for your dog
Like the clothes we wear, not all sizing is equal, and it can be confusing to know what size to choose - and it’s the same for our furry friends. Measuring your dog will ensure that any jumper or coat will correctly fit your dog’s body.
How do I measure my dog?
Most dog jumper or coat brands have sizing indicators on their tags but the best way to measure your dog is from their collar to the base of their tail while your dog is sitting or standing. The length size measurement is an indicator of size for most dog clothing and will usually provide the most accurate sizing results.
Below are size guides to make choosing the best size a breeze.
Barkers | All Day & Kong | Kazoo | Swanndri
If your dog’s breed is not listed in any of the below charts, don’t worry as we list a few as an example. A dog’s breed isn’t always an indicator of its size, so make sure you measure to ensure the best fit.
|ZQ Merino Pullover||34cm||42cm||46cm||49cm||52cm|
|XS||20 – 30cm (up to 3kg)||Chihuahua, Miniature Pomeranian, Toy & Teacup breeds, Yorkshire Terrier|
|S||27 – 36cm (3 - 7kg)||Maltese, Miniature Pinscher, Miniature Poodle, Miniature Dachshund>|
|M||33 – 43cm (8 – 12kg)||Boston Terrier, Cavalier King Charles, Fox Terrier, French Bulldog, Pug|
|L||40 – 51cm (13 – 20kg)||Basset Hound, Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, English Bulldog, Bull Terrier, Kelpie|
|XL||45 – 60cm (15 – 20kg)||Boxer, Border Collie, Cattle Dog, Sheepdog|
|2XL||53 – 70cm (20 – 29kg)||Bernese Mountain Dog, English Settler, Golden Retriever, Labrador|
|3XL||60 – 79cm (27 – 40kg)||Afghan Hound, Alaskan Husky, German Shepherd, Irish Settler, Rottweiler|
Kazoo size guide
|XXS||27cm||Silky Terrier, Maltese, Pug|
|XS||35.5cm||Pomeranian, Papillon, Jack Russell|
|S||40cm||Cavalier King Charles, Beagle|
|M||46.5cm||Cocker Spaniel, Staffordshire, Bull Terrier|
|L||59.5cm||Siberian Husky, Labrador|
|XL||66cm||German Shepherd, Golden Retriever|
|2XL||72.5cm||Rottweiler, Irish Settle, Great Dane|
|G||79cm||Newfoundland, Irish Wolfhound|
|XS||22 – 28cm||Maltese|
|S||32 – 40cm||Miniature Pinscher|
|M||44 – 52cm||Chow-Chow|
|L||60 – 68cm||Siberian Husky|
|XL||64 – 72cm||German Shepherd|
How to take care of your garments
Most pet garments can be washed in the washing machine on a gentle lukewarm wash. Line dry your garment and do not tumble dry. For wool items, we recommend handwashing the garment using a good quality wool detergent and allowing it to dry away from direct sunlight.
Re-waxing oilskin products
Over time, oilskin products will need to be re-waxed to restore lustre and waterproofing.
With a soft sponge and some lukewarm water, gently wipe down the garment. Using a dry sponge, apply wax gently in a semicircle motion until the garment has been re-waxed evenly all over.
Regularly cleaning Velcro on dog coats is important to maintain the closure of the Velcro.
WitUse an old toothbrush to remove any hair or lint and keep the straps closed as much as possible, including when washing the dog coat.