Size Guide - Dogs

Dog brands will have their own sizing guides, and they may slightly differ with some unique measurement suggestions. Below, are some of the selections you may come across and that you will need to think about before purchase (especially if you’re browsing various online stores, including overseas brands):

  • Centimetres versus inches: Australian vs US measurements.

  • Kilograms versus pounds: Australian vs US measurements.

  • Breed versus breed: This will sometimes be a point of comparison provided by brand sizing charts or guidelines or be in the form of a handy quick selector tool.

*We don’t recommend choosing dog clothing based purely on breed – as this will not account for variables specific to your dog.

X Small

Up to 25-35 cm in length

Breeds: Papillon, Mini poodle, Pomeranian, etc. 

Small
Medium
Large

Up to 35-45 cm in length

Breeds: Jack Russels, Pugs, Frenchies etc. 

Up to 45-55 cm in length

Breeds: Cocker spaniels, Bulldogs, etc

Up to 55-65 cm in length

Breeds: Labrador, Golden Retriever etc. 

Image by Celine Sayuri Tagami

Size Guide - Cats

To find the best size for your kitty:

1. Measure around the widest part of the base of the neck (the area where a collar would naturally sit)

2. Measure around the widest part of your cat's ribcage, just behind their front legs

tips for sizing:

  • For neck and chest, please allow sufficient room to slip two fingers between the measuring tape and the cat or kitten's neck or chest. A snug fit is what you are aiming for - just make sure it is not too tight or chokes your pet.

  • Order the next size up if your cat/kitten falls between measurements.

X Small
Small
Medium
Large

Up to 20-25 cm in length

All kittens up to 8-10 weeks 

Up to 25-30 cm in length

All kittens up to 3 months old 

Up to 40-50 cm in length

All 'normal' breed of cats into adulthood

Up to 55-65 cm and more in length

Larger breeds like Main Coons, Siberian Cats, Ragamuffins, Ragdolls, British Shorthair males, Bengals, Pixiebobs, etc. And kittos who likes their tummies ;)

Image by José Alejandro Cuffia