One model, two styles
Choose the right size - Z'Hoodie
Follow the steps below to determine the correct size.
Size Chart - Z'Hoodie
|0||7 lbs||30||36to 42||25 to 30|
|1||10 lbs||36||40 to 46||30 to 35|
|2||15 - 20 lbs||41||47 to 55||35 to 40|
|3||25 - 30 lbs||49||55 to 62||40 to 45|
|4||35 - 40 lbs||54||60 to 70||45 to 51|
|5||45 - 50 lbs||60||66 to 78||50 to 59|
|6||55 - 70 lbs||65||74 to 90||55 à 64|
|7||75 - 85 lbs||73||82 to 98||60 to 69|
|8||90 + lbs||78||90 to 110||65 to 75|
How to interpret your results
First, identify the size offering a sleeve length closest to that of your dog.
Then check if your dog's chest size matches that size too. This style is stretchy. so try to stay inside the range. You can go a bit under but not over.
If not, increase the size. Of course, this will have an impact on the length of the sleeves, which may be a little long or a little short for your dog.
Finally, check if your dog's back length more or less matches the back length of the identified size. If not, you may have measured too high in your dog's neck.
Another way to check back length is to take the measurement from the chart and transfer it to your dog from the tail up. If you come more or less inline with the back of the front leg, the size is right. Otherwise, your dog may have proportions that are not suitable for our current models.
Details to consider
Currently, our models are designed to fit dogs that have similar proportions to standard poodles.
Our coats are not suitable for certain breeds with very short legs (dachshund, shitzu, etc.)
Your measurements do not match any size
If your dog has similar proportions to a poodle, take your measurements again. It is better to take the measurements 2-3 times.
It is possible that your dog is 'in between sizes'.
Is this for your puppy?
It is strongly advised not to buy a coat for a dog that has not reached its adult size (about 10 months)