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IMPORTANT!!! Since each of our collars is custom made to the measurements you send us, it is vitally important to get the measurement right the first time. If we make the collar the size you request and it does not fit, we cannot be held responsible. We can usually work with you, and have you send the collar back while we make a collar that does fit, but in some cases that is not possible. So, read the following instructions carefully and if you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

We measure all our collars the way they are going to fit. When measuring, use a cloth or other soft measuring tape and measure the dog, not an existing collar.

Measuring Cloth Collars

When properly fitted, the collar should slip easily over your dog’s head when going on and should seem a little snug when removed. Use a cloth or other flexible tape measure and measure first where you think the collar should rest on your dog’s neck, then slide it off and on to make sure that it is a correct fit. That is the measurement from which the collar will be made. When measuring, remember that you don’t want the collar to come off unless you want it to do so, but you also don’t want it so tight that it feels like you are going to tear your dog’s ears off to get it off.

When laid flat, a cloth collar is measured from point A to point B:

Once again, if you have any questions about measuring, please feel free to ask.