Measuring your dog for armor
Dogs are like people – each is shaped a little differently. Reasonably accurate measurements are important for a proper fit. Creating custom dog armor over a long distance is tricky because of this. We cannot be responsible for measurements taken incorrectly by customers. Please double check and contact us with any questions.


To measure, use a cloth measuring tape like the kind used for sewing. Pull the tape snug. If you do not have a measuring tape, you can use a piece of non-stretchy string and then measure the string with a ruler. If you have questions contact us.


 A) Girth
The circumference of the rib cage of your dog, just behind the front legs where the chest is the widest

B) Back
The length of your dog’s back, from the center of the neck to the base of the tail (from where the dog’s neck attaches to the body to where the tail attaches to the body)

C) Ribcage
the length of your dogs chest, measure from center of underside of collar to the bottom of the sternum (center bone of the ribcage)

D Shoulders
from the top of one front leg, over the shoulders and back, to the top of the other front leg

E Collar
circumference of neck (all the way around)

F Leg
length from lowest part of the stomach to the ground

Also let us know the name, weight, breed and gender of your dog