How to Measure Your Dog

Easy way to measure your dog for a Bully Chain.

 

To ensure a proper fit for your dog's collar, it's important to measure their neck snugly at the center with no slack. Using a tape measure, place it around the neck at the center and record the measurement. If your dog is full-grown, you can use this measurement as is. However, if your dog is still growing, you may want to add a small amount of slack to the measurement, depending on the age and breed of your dog.

When putting the collar on your dog, it's a good idea to add about an inch of slack for a comfortable fit. The collar should not be too tight or too loose - you should be able to fit your hand under the collar easily, but it should not be able to slip over your dog's neck.

If you have any questions about how to properly measure your dog for a collar or a custom size or color, don't hesitate to reach out for help. We're here to assist you in finding the perfect size for your furry friend.

 

3 ways to measure for a Dog Harness.

For our Legion, Roman, Centurion, & Athenian Harness use blocks B & C.

First, place a measuring tape around the dog's chest. Use the dog's breastbone as a guide when wrapping the tape around. Take measurement when the measuring tape meets at the dog's shoulder blades. 

Second, for the Chest Girth measurement place the measuring tape around the widest part of the dog's torso, behind the front legs.

For our Arion Harness use blocks B, C, & D.

First, place a measuring tape around the dog's chest. Use the dog's breastbone as a guide when wrapping the tape around. Take measurement when the measuring tape meets at the dog's shoulder blades. 

Second, for the Chest Girth measurement place the measuring tape around the widest part of the dog's torso, behind the front legs.

Third, for the final measurement start at the Chest Girth (C) measurement and measure around the chest to the opposite side. The chest strap should be a comfortable distance below the throat.