Size Guide - Clothing
Please note that products sold on Pawstripshop.com are generally for toy to medium sized pets and therefore size XXL does not necessarily mean it would fit large dogs.
Please refer to the individual size chart displayed on each product page in order to find the correct size as different styles may have different measurements.
The most important measurement for pet clothing and harness is your pet's chest. Make sure your pet's chest size is smaller than the clothing's. Body length of your pet is also important when choosing onesies and jumpsuit costumes.
Two feet clothes are measured most by the chest (girth)
Four feet clothes are measured most by the length (body length)
If your pet's measurements fall in between two sizes, we recommend ordering the next larger size. Please always make sure not to overheat your dog and that you dress them appropriately for the temperature. Always monitor pets when wearing outfits. A dog should never be put into an outfit too small for them, this can cause injury.
Below illustration will show you where to measure for your pet's neck, chest and body length measurements.
Measure the circumference of the neck. Allow some room for a comfortable fit. You should be able to fit two fingers under the tape measure while measuring around the neck for a comfortable fit.
Measure the widest part of your dog's chest, which is typically right behind the front legs. Choose one size larger for particular broad-chested breeds. This is the most important measurement for pet clothing and harness. Make sure your pet's chest size is smaller than the clothing's. Follow the two fingers rule again.
Measure from the base of the neck where the collar rests to the base of the tail.
Size Guide - Shoes & Socks
Shoe Measuring Guide:
1. Stand your pet on a blank piece of paper and trace the outline of their front paw, including their toenails.
2. Measure the length and width of the outline.
3. Choose the shoe size that fits the entire paw including toenails but excluding the fur.
4. A snug fit is best. Pets won't be able to fit in any boots that are smaller than their own paws. Boots that are too large may slip off during rigorous activity.