Measuring the dog's neck ...

 

For sizing, place a flexible tape measure around your dog's neck in the place you would like the collar to rest, and pull it to the appropriate snugness taking note of the measurement.  Be careful to avoid fingers under the measuring tape.

Measuring a collar ...

 

If you have a collar that fits well, you may buckle it on the hole your dog is currently using and take a measurement of the INNER circumference, NOT around the outer perimeter of the collar.

 

An alternative to using a tape measure is to tape strips of paper end to end, and use that in a similar fashion as the flexible tape.  Make a mark, lay the paper out flat, and measure it.  Please do NOT lay the collar out flat and measure it.   This is problematic.

Measuring for collars that slip over the head ...

 

Because the chain martingale and training/show collars need to slip over your dog’s head, you need to measure the largest point before it slips onto and over the ears.  Using a flexible tape measure would be helpful.  The measurement around the head will be the inner circumference/measurement of the collar.  Be careful to avoid fingers under the measuring tape.  Remember that it is easier to slide a collar over the head and onto the neck than to pull it off.

 

Measuring the wrist ...

Size is based on the inner circumference of the bracelet. Measure your wrist where you would like the product to lie and determine if you will be happy with the fit.  For example, if you measure your wrist at 6" and you order a bracelet with a 6" inner circumference, it will fit without a lot of movement.  If you are more comfortable with a little movement (looser fit), then the next size up may be preferable.  For a custom size, please contact me.