How To Find Your Dog’s Size
Curious on how to find the right size? You may own a large breed, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll need a large Doggy Brace. To
ensure you’re ordering the correct brace, follow our instructions below!
Getting Your Dog’s Measurements In 4 Easy Steps
Measure of all the way around your dog’s rear leg with a soft and flexible measuring tape. Make
sure this is the leg you want the brace to go on!
The first measurement you’ll need is the circumference of your dog’s upper leg. Take your tape measure and wrap it around the largest part of their leg, which is right under their hip. Take note of the measurement in inches.
Measure the height of your dog’s upper leg. Take your tape measure and start measuring from your dog’s knee, all the way up to their hip. Take note of the measurement in inches.
Weigh your dog. Take note of their weight in pounds.
Apply the measurements to our handy sizing chart!
Tip: The upper leg measurement is the most important. If your pup’s thigh is between two sizes, go with the smaller size for a snug fit.
|Brace Size||Upper Leg Circumference (in)||Upper Leg Height (in)||Weight (lb)|
|X-Small||5.50'' – 10.40''||7'' – 9''||5 – 15|
|Small||6.09” – 11.40”||8” – 10”||15 – 35|
|Medium||9.34” – 14.34”||9” – 11”||35 – 55|
|Large||11.50” – 18.50”||10” – 12”||55 – 120|
|X-Large||12.59'' – 18.50”+||11'' – 13'' +||120+|
Or, let us find you the perfect size!
Upper Leg Circumference (in)*:
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As dog owners ourselves, we recognize that dogs are a part of the family. We always want the best for them so they can run and play to their heart’s content. That’s why we opened Doggy Brace. We recognized a need for affordable braces that could help your dog fast.
Worried about choosing the wrong size?
We have you covered! Doggy Brace offers free rapid replacement for any sizing issue.