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Neck length: Measure from behind the skull cap at the back of the headjust behind the ear, down the back of the neck to were the neck starts to spread out into the shoulders, if you have a yard collar on your dog use it as a guide, slide it down the neck so it cant go any further, measure to the far edge ( shoulder side ) of the collar, this will give you 2 points to measure between.
(don’t forget, you don’t want this measurement to long as you want your dog to be able to turn his or her head properly)
Around neck: Measure around the neck just before the shoulders as this is the widest part of the neck.
Girth: Measure right around the body behind the front legs.
Around chest: Measure from behind one front leg where the armpit is back around the front of the chest to behind the other front leg where the armpit is created (when you take this measurement make sure your dog is standing).
(this measurement is very important to stop the belly strap coming into the back of the leg)
Inbetween the front legs: This Measurement is an emportant one as well as if its to wide it will rub your dog on the inside of the front legs, This must be taken while standing.
Across the chest: Again while standing take this measurement from the outside of shoulder to outside of shoulder the best way to do this one is by a rule ar harder tape measure.
Make sure all measurements are taken while the dog is standing, Its sometimes hard on your own so you may need to grab a mate to give you a hand."
Hi I am just writing a quick message to say thanks for your great service and excellent products you sell. I have ordered a number of items including breastplates with a mate of mine and recommend you to lots of people. Keep up the great service!! Cheers mate. Anthony Napoli
I started making Breast plates & Collars In 1998. After 4 years of making them out of conveyor belt and leather, I then changed to fire hose, Seatbelt and shade sail materiel due to the experience I gained as well as feedback from various hunters. That was over 20 years ago and I have been making breast plates and collars professionally ever since. The materials used make the breast plates and collars lighter more durable and last much longer in the harsh Australian conditions, thus making them Extreme.