Coco & Pud Sizing and How to Measure Your Pet
Every Pet is different in size and shape, so please make sure that you measure and double check the sizing of your pet before making a size selection.
Our sizing may be different to other brands that are on the market. Ensure that you double check the sizing of each product against your pets measurements.
Also note that each Harness and sweater design has different sizing, so please ensure to check the size chart prior to purchasing, as your pet may be in a different size in each type of harness.
Size charts are available on each Coco & Pud product listing. As each product category or design may be manufactured slightly differently as each is handmade. Size charts on each listing are the sizes of the products, we recommend measuring your pet to make sure it fits within the sizes listed on the size charts.
However, the most important factor to ensure best fit is to accurately Measure Your Pet.
We have included a Chart as a guide for you.
Measure your pet while standing.
Sweaters - Measure along the back while pet is standing, from the collar to the base of the tail. The knits do allow stretch, but we cannot guarantee chest measurements will fit all dogs. Each sweater design measures differently. A medium on one style might be a large in another. We recommend measuring your pet and referring to the size chart on each individual sweater listing.
Dog Collars - Measure your dogs neck with room for two fingers to ensure not too tight. Once you have measured your pets neck the collar sizing on our website should leave enough room for buckle holes and over hang. If in doubt size up.
Cat Collars - Please note sizes on the size chart are the collar dimensions. We recommend measuring your cat and then fitting your cats measurements between the measurements listed on the size chart. Cat collars do actually need to be quite firmly fitted – you should only be able to get 1-2 fingers underneath.
Dog Harnesses - Each harness has its individual size chart. Measure the widest part of the neck where the collar or harness naturally sits, and widest part of the rib cage behind the front legs for chest measurements. Measurements on size charts are of the harnesses individual sizing, your dogs measurements should fit between the measurements on the size chart. We also recommend measuring your pups head to make sure it fits comfortably through the neck measurements and adding a cm or two. If in doubt size up.
Cat Harnesses - A comfortable fit of this harness should be snug but allow you to insert two fingers between the harness and the cat. Use the sliding adjusters to lengthen or shorten the loops individually until you are satisfied the cat is both comfortable and secure. Let your cat get used to the harness while indoors. Make sure the harness is not too loose or your cat might escape.
Waterproof Dog Coats - These items run large, we recommend sizing down. The Measurement given is from the collar along the pets back to the base of the tail while pet is standing. If you pet measures 35cm in a pet sweater or along the back we recommend a 30cm.