Size & Style Guide

 Size & Style Guide (see below):

How To Measure A Dog Collar Size Chart

Size Guide By Breed:

Please keep in mind that these suggestions are based on the average size of these dog breeds.

XS (15lbs-20lbs): Jack Russell Terrier, Pug, Boston Terrier, Toy Dog Breeds

Small (20lbs-40lbs): Corgi, Shiba Inu, Beagle, Mini Doodle, French Bulldog

Medium (40lbs-60lbs): Golden Retriever, Dalmatian, Border Collie, Husky, Doberman Pinscher

Large (60lbs-90lbs): German Shepherd, Rottweiler, Boxer, Bernese Mountain Dog

XL (90lbs-140lbs): Great Dane, Irish Wolfhound, Newfoundland, Mastiff 

Q: What size collar does my dog need?

A: Your dog's collar should be able to adjust up and down from their neck size for the perfect fit. Example: an adult dog with a 14in neck should wear a small, but a puppy with a 14in neck should wear a medium.

When ordering slip-on styles such as fabric martingales or limited slips, make sure the size range you select will fit over your dog's head and still fit around their neck.

All collar styles are fully adjustable - read collar sizing above for sizes per style

Dog Collar Style Guide

Plastic Buckle: a classic dog collar style. We use black side-release buckles that have ~330 lbs of break strength.

Reccomended for: light to moderate pullers

Limited Slip: a slip-over-the-head dog collar that is typically used for dog's who pull or slip out of their collars. The loop on limited slips pulls off to the side and has a stopping point to prevent choking your dog.

Reccomended for: light to heavy pullers

Fabric Martingale: typically used for leash training, sighthounds, and escape artists. Martingales are a classic slip-over-the-head style with a loop that is separate from the main collar band and pulls evenly from each side of the collar as the dog pulls. These also have as a stopping point to prevent choking your dog.

Reccomended for: light to heavy pullers

COBRA Buckle: a black, military-grade metal buckle that is both badass and incredibly strong. These have ~800 lbs of break strength.

Reccomended for: extremely heavy pullers and dogs that chew on their collar buckles.

FAQs:

What is the difference between a limited slip and fabric martingale?

Our limited slip and fabric martingale collars have the same general function of tightening to their stopping point when your dog pulls, their loops are just assembled differently. A limited slip collar loop pulls off to the side when tightened while a fabric martingale's loop pulls straight up when tightened.

These styles are great for escape artists and dogs who pull!