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WHAT SIZE FITS MY DOG?
The Perfect Fit for Your Pup
When browsing for a new collar for your dog, it is imperative to determine the correct collar-size to ensure optimal comfort for your furry friend. Use this simple sizing guide and follow these steps to guarantee you get the most accurate measurements for a comfortable fit.
Measuring Your Dog for a Comfortable Collar
Using a flexible tape measure, wrap the tape measure around the broadest part of your dogs neck. Allow enough free space between the collar and your dog by placing two fingers under the tape measure. Lay your fingers flat against your dogs neck. Write down the measurements and decide on the right collar based on our sizing chart.
For example: The measurement of your dogs neck, including your two fingers, comes to 35cm. The collar you choose should have a diameter of 33-43cm, meaning that the first hole of the collar will give you a measurement of 33cm, and the last hole 43cm in diameter. This collar will allow enough space for adjustments to make for a perfect fit.
All of our collars are measured without the buckle. This provides you the exact measurement of the collar when worn.
For more guidance please watch our video.
Using an old Collar for Size Measurement
If you are replacing your dog's old collar for a newer, fancier DWAM collar, we want to make finding the perfect measurements an effortless process.
Place your dogs old collar on a flat surface and measure the collar between the buckle and the hole most used. This will give you the measurement to look for when shopping in our online shop.
If you do not have a flexible tape measure on hand, or you want to buy one of our collars as a present, use our most popular dog breed measurement guide, which provides an indication of neck size. Remember, this is only a guide and every pups measurements vary.