Harness Sizing Request Form


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This is the circumference of your dog's head at it's widest point. (on the diagram: from H1 to H2 and back to H1)

This is the circumference of your dog's neck at the point where their collar would normally sit, approximately halfway from the start of the neck behind ears to the base of neck. (on diagram: from N1 to N2 and back to N1)

This is the circumference of your dog's neck, halfway between where you took Measurement 2 and the base of the neck, i.e. where the shoulders start. (on the diagram: from N3 to N4 and back to N3)

This is the circumference at the base of your dog's neck; from the point at the top just in front of the shoulder blades (should be able to feel a slight hollow in the muscles), in a line following the front of the shoulder blade down to the top of the breastbone and round back up the other side to the starting point. It's easiest to take this measurement on one side and then double it. (on the diagram: from S to B, then doubled)

This is the circumference of your dog's chest at it's deepest point, normally just behind the front legs. (on the diagram: from C1 to C2 and back to C1)

This is the length of your dog's back; from the middle of the shoulder blades to the start of the tail. This should be measured with the tape held horizontally above the dog's back, rather than following the curve of the back. (on the diagram: from W to T)

This is the same as Measurement 6, but instead starting from that hollow point just in front of the shoulder blades that you used in Measurement 4. Again, this should be measured horizontally above the dog's back, rather than following the curve of the back. (on the diagram: from S, to T)