• PET & OWNER MATCHING BOUTIQUE

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PET & OWNER MATCHING BOUTIQUE

PET & OWNER MATCHING BOUTIQUE

PET & OWNER MATCHING BOUTIQUE

PET & OWNER MATCHING BOUTIQUE

PET & OWNER MATCHING BOUTIQUE

MY FASHION PHILOSOPHY

ARE YOU READY FOR YOUR NEXT MATCH?

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MEASUREMENT METHOD

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Topline or back• Using a tape measure, have your dog stand and measure along the top of his spine from the base of the neck where it joins the body—usually where his collar sits—to the base of his tail.• For male dogs you may have to adjust the measurement. If the clothing you’re buying doesn’t have a cut out for his groin and belly, you might want to shorten the length a bit to minimize the chances he’ll urinate on his new clothes.• If your dog is between sizes, choose the larger size.

Chest girth• This is the measurement around the largest part of your dog’s rib cage, usually just behind the front legs• Measure closely all the way around his chest when he’s standing.• To get the right amount of snugness, use the 'two-finger rule' by slipping two fingers between the measuring tape and your dog.• If your dog is between sizes, choose the larger size.

Neck girth• This is the circumference of your dog’s neck, generally where the collar sits.• Position the tape measure from the dog’s withers—the ridge between the shoulder blades— to the top of his chest.• Then measure all the way around your dog’s neck, holding the tape measure closely.• Use the 'two-finger rule.'• If your dog is between sizes, again, choose the larger size.

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