The right fit is important for comfort, safety, and (your) peace of mind. Use these measurements to determine the best size for your dog and don't hesitate to contact us if you're at all unsure.

How to determine your dog's collar size


If your dog is between sizes, we recommend going with the larger size. Likewise, a larger, wider collar is best for dogs with thick fur coats.

Size chart diagrams for small, medium, and large dog collars


Our leashes measure 5 feet (48 inches / 1.5 meters) from the D-ring at the handle to the end of the base of the swivel clip. If you want to go longer, consider making a special order.

diagram showing dog leash that measures 5 feet/1.5 meters in length


Plan on 4 inches (10 cm) on either side to tie the knot. If your dog appears to be between sizes go with the larger size because the slender triangle cut minimizes bunching and bulkiness.

Size chart diagrams of dog bandanas in extra small, small, medium, and large


Choose you bed size based on the size of your dog and how you plan to use the bed. For lots of travel opt for the increased portability of a smaller size bed. For more snoozing at home, go bigger for maximum luxury. Better still, how about one for home and another for travel?

Size chart diagram of handmade dog travel beds in three sizes: small, medium, and large


Our poop bag dispensers have a wide mouth zipper and are just large enough to comfortably hold a roll of biodegradable poop bags, a few buck, and a house key in case your running clothes don't have pockets.

Diagram of dimension measurements of dog poop bag dispenser


At 1 ½ inches (3.8 cm), our 'luxe straps are wide enough to broadly distribute weight. Use the dual slide adjusters to set the right length and so the 12 inches (30 cm) of cushion under the label always rests at the pressure points.

Size chart diagram of camera/bag straps in regular and long