Size guide for Dogman dog coats
Size chart for Dogman dog coats
|Size||Back length||Neck width||Chest circumference||Ex. dog breeds|
|25||25 cm||32 cm||30-45 cm||Chihuahua, Affenpinscher|
|30||30 cm||36 cm||45-55 cm||Maltese, Papillon|
|35||35 cm||42 cm||45-57 cm||Bichon Frize, French Bulldog|
|40||40 cm||50 cm||55-70 cm||Beagle, Cocker spaniel|
|45||45 cm||52 cm||55-73 cm||Australian Kelpie, Bull Terrier|
|50||50 cm||56 cm||60-80 cm||English springer spaniel, whippet|
|55||55 cm||60 cm||70-90 cm||Border collie, Australian shepherd|
|60||60 cm||68 cm||70-93 cm||Boxer, Dalmatian, Labrador|
|65||65 cm||74 cm||70-93 cm||Golden Retriever, Bernese Mountain Dog|
Here above you see guidelines regarding measurements for different breeds. Keep in mind that there can be individual differences between the breeds and also between female and male dogs. Therefore, it is always best to measure your dog to get the most accurate measurement possible.
There are mainly three different measurements that you easily measure on your dog with the help of a measuring tape to know which size of dog blanket to choose.
How to measure:
1. Back length is measured from the base of the neck and back to the root of the tail. Remember that the dog must stand still with a straight back for the most accurate measurement possible. Use this length as your starting point when choosing a dog blanket.
2. Neck circumference is measured around the neck where it is thickest closest to the chest. Several fingers should easily fit under the neck opening so that the garment does not fit too tightly.
3. Chest circumference is measured around the chest, behind the front legs where the chest is widest. The garment should not be tight, but the dog should be able to move freely. Dogs with long or thick fur need even more space.