Size Chart - Gold Paw Series

 

Measuring Length
Start with your dog standing up, this is very important as dogs get several inches longer when they sit and lay down. Measure your standing dog from the base of its neck to base of its tail. Do not measure all the way up the collar, we’re aiming for the point where the shoulders and neck meet. Voila! The length measurement.

Measuring Girth
Girth with your dog still standing and using a soft flexible measuring tape (or the string method) measure around your dog’s rib cage, just behind the front legs.

Fleece Size Chart 

Size Length Girth Weight Example Breed
2 4" 6 - 9" 1 - 2 lbs Chihuahua Puppy
4 4 - 5" 8 - 12" 2 - 4 lbs Teacup Chihuahua
6 5 - 7" 10 - 14" 3 - 5 lbs Yorkie
8 7 - 9" 12 - 17" 4 - 6 lbs Maltese
10 9 - 11" 14 - 20" 6 - 9 lbs Miniture Pincher
12 11 - 13" 16 - 22" 8 - 13 lbs Mini Dacshund
14 13 - 15" 18 - 24" 12 - 18 lbs Jack Russel Terrier
16 15 - 17" 20 - 26" 16 - 26 lbs Bichon
18 17 - 19" 22 - 28" 24 - 40 lbs American Staffordshire Terrier
20 19 - 21" 24 - 30" 35 - 55 lbs Vizsla
22 21 - 23" 26 - 32" 40 - 60 lbs Pointer
24 23 - 25" 28 - 34" 50 - 75 lbs Labrador
26 25 - 27" 30 - 36" 65 - 90 lbs Greyhound
28 27 - 29" 32 - 38" 75 - 95 lbs German Shepard
30 29"+ 34 - 40" 85 - 100+ lbs Great Dane