Dollhouse Miniature English

Miniature English Springer Spaniel

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Step 1: Measure your Dogs Neck and Head

Have your dog sit in front of you and using a soft tape measure or piece of string* do the following:

  • Head Size : From the top of the dog’s throat, over the ears to top of head (this is the size of the actual head).
  • neck size : Loosely measure the neck where the collar would normally sit sliding two fingers between the dog's neck and measuring tape. Adding the two fingers should make the collar size about 2" larger than the dog's neck size (maybe closer to 1" on very small dogs.)

Step 2: Choosing the Right Sized Collar

For martingale type collars take the neck and head sizes from Step 1. Order a collar that will fall within this range of measurements. If you order a martingale collar with a buckle then only the neck size is important.

For side release buckle type collars take the neck size and see if it fits within one of our standard size ranges.

TIP: If the range crosses our standard sizes (ex. X-Small, Small, Medium or Large) then you will need to select "Custom Size" and enter the size needed. to ensure your dog get's the most perfect fit.

Standard Sizes and Breed Examples

These are some general recommendations based on dog breeds. Please measure your specific dog before ordering to ensure correct fit.

  • X-Small (8" - 11")

    Chihuahua (2-6 lbs)
    Italian Greyhound (11 lbs)
    Maltese (6-9 lbs)
    Miniature Pinscher (8-10 lbs)
    Papillon (9-10 lbs)
    Pekingese (8-10 lbs)
    Pomeranian (11 lbs)
    Silky Terrier (9-11 lbs)
    Yorkshire Terrier (8 lbs)

  • Small (11" - 15")

    Australian Shephard (27-45 lbs)
    Beagle (18-30 lbs)
    Bichon Frise (12-15 lbs)
    Boston Terrier (15-25 lbs)
    Brittany Spaniel (35-40 lbs)
    Cairn Terrier (~14 lbs)
    Corgi (28-30 lbs)
    King Charles Spaniel (13-18 lbs)
    Cocker Spaniel (24-28 lbs)
    Dachsund (~22 lbs)
    French Bulldog (13-26 lbs)
    Greyhounds under 50 lbs
    Lhasa Apso (13-15 lbs)
    Miniature Schnauzer (13-15 lbs)
    Pug (14-18 lbs)
    Scottish Terrier (19-23 lbs)
    Shetland Sheepdog (14-16 lbs)
    Shih Tzu (~14 lbs)
    Wheaten Terrier (35 lbs)
    West Highland White Terrier (15-22 lbs)

  • Medium (15" - 22")

    Basset Hound (40-51 lbs)
    Bloodhound (88-105 lbs)
    Boxer (51-77 lbs)
    Chesapeake Bay Retriever (55-75 lbs)
    Colllie (50-75 lbs)
    Doberman Pinscher (66-88 lbs)
    English Bulldog (49-55 lbs)
    English Springer Spaniel (49-53 lbs)
    German Shephard (77-85 lbs)
    Golden Retriever (60-75 lbs)
    Greyhounds over 50 lbs
    Labrador Retriever (55-75 lbs)
    Siberian Husky (35-60 lbs)
    Standard Poodle (~49 lbs)
    Vizsla (49-62 lbs)
    Weimaraner (70-85 lbs)

  • Large (19" - 30")

    Bull Mastiff (100-130 lbs)
    Great Dane (~132 lbs)
    Great Pyreness (90-125 lbs)
    Mastiff (175-190 lbs)

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