How to measure your dog

  1. Get your dog to stand with his head up

  2. Follow the front leg all the way up to the point where the dog's neck begins

  3. Measure from this point down to the root of the tail, as shown in the photo above

  4. Use this centimeter measurement to find the right size by using the table further down the page. There is a table for the old sizes (SupremePro and Spirit) and one for the new (Solution, Smart and Spirit 2.0)
    You can also watch Lissen measure Luna in the video above
    NOTE: The Spirit 2.0 and Supreme 2.0 have been observed by several customers to be large in size. This is due to the wider neckline. If your dog has a thin neck/slim body, you should therefore go down a size.

    Measure all the way to the tail

    Sizing chart

    Length of back

    22 - 27cm
    27 - 35cm
    35 - 40cm
    40 - 45cm
    45 - 50cm
    50 - 55cm
    55 - 60cm
    60 - 65cm
    65 - 75cm
    75 - 85cm



    Sizing chart for old models

    Length of back

    20 - 27cm
    27 - 37cm
    37 - 47cm
    47 - 57cm
    57 - 65cm
    65 - 76cm
    76 - 85cm




    Chihuahua, Yorkshire Terrier, other mini-dogs
    Jack Russel Terrier, Papillon, Lhasa Apso
    Cocker Spaniel, Beagle, Dachshund
    Springer Spaniel, Boxer, small Labrador
    big Labrador, German Shepheard Large Poodle, Weimaraner
    Big Golden Retriever, Rottweiler, Flatcoated Retriever, Bernese Mountain Dog
    Newfoundlander, Wolfhounds, Great Danes


    It is difficult for me to measure my dog. How accurate would it be if I choose size based solely on the breed in the chart?

    We recommend that you find the right size by measuring your dog, since there can be large differences in size within each breed.

    I have a puppy that I would like to buy a drying coat for. Which size should I choose?

    As long as your dog is still growing, it is best to wait. When the dog has grown to its full size, you can safely measure and choose the right size. Remember that there is a big difference in how big dogs of the same breed end up being - so make sure it doesn't grow any more before you buy a drying coat. It must not end up being too tight or small.

    I have a dog with a unique body structure. How do I choose the right size for it?

    (e.g. Chow Chow, English Bulldog, Italian Greyhound, etc.)

    It can be difficult to find the right size for individual breeds. In these cases, we recommend that you try a drying coat on your dog in a physical store if possible - then you can be sure that the size fits perfectly.