Tools

Pull the cloth measuring tape snug but not tight.
(If you do not have a tape measure, you can use a piece of string and then measure the string with a rigid ruler).

Don't rely on weight!

Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, so the only reliable way to fit them with a collar is to go by their measurements.

Below is a guide for you to choose the correct size:

  • Mayfair 7"-8.5" (18cm - 22cm)
  • Tiny 9"-12" (23cm - 30cm)
  • Small 12"-15" (30cm - 37.5cm)
  • Medium 15"-19" (37.5cm - 48cm)
  • Large 19" -22" (48cm - 56cm)

A collar shouldn't be tight around your pet's neck and therefore it will not be the exact measurement of their neck. For safety reasons - so it doesn't snag on something - it shouldn't be too loose either.
A snug fit is what you are aiming for and not a tight one or one that chokes.

Two finger rule

When the collar is on, you should be able to slide two fingers between a properly fitting collar and your pets neck. If there's extra room, you need a smaller size. If both fingers don't fit, the collar is too small.