Measure dog collars correctly

For our dog collars, we mention the total length, as well as the adjustment range. To find out the best fitting size for a dog collar, put a flexible measuring tape around your dog's neck. Make sure, it is in the same position as the collar will be. Tighten the tape so you can easily fit 2 fingers between neck and tape. The measured length should lie within the listed adjustment range.

Find the right martingale collar

Martingale collars are easy to put on and off, as they are simply slipped over the dog's head. For a martingale collar, please measure your dog?s neck circumference as mentioned above. This is the size, the collar will be when pulled tight. You can find this measurement of circumference mentioned on the article. Please be aware that this should equal a size that cannot slip over the dog?s head. The neck circumference should not exceed this size to prevent choking of the animal. The martingale collars have an added 10 cm for pulling the 
collar over the head.

The perfect harness

For a perfectly fitting harness, please measure your dog?s collar size (as mentioned above), as well as the belly size. For the belly size, put the measuring tape around its belly, about 2 finger-widths behind the front legs. Make sure the tape is placed straight. The so measured sizes should lie within the mentioned adjustment ranges of the harness. Our harnesses also have an adaptable connection strap. This helps you to fit them perfectly and prevent chafing behind the front legs!