Pet Nappy Sizing Guide
PLEASE MEASURE YOUR PET DO NOT GUESS THEIR SIZE.
Never guess your dog’s size, always measure. Most incorrect sizing comes from people guessing their dogs size, and their Dundies end up being too small. If you need assistance with sizing please contact us, we are always more than happy to help. You may find the gallery at the bottom of this page helpful in seeing various dogs in their correctly sized Dundies. You can also see a visual and download our FREE PRINTABLE tape measures that are pre sized, taking the hassle out of calculating numbers.
This measurement indicates the length of the straps that go around your pet’s belly.
Measure the waist of the pet. This is the orange line on our size chart below. Waist Measurements are also indicated on the FREE printable tape measures.
Belly To Back Measurement
This measurement determines how far up the nappy will sit on our pets back. If your pet is between sizes, preference this size! Always size up.
This is the green line on the size chart. For more help with this measurement please see our Youtube video. Begin this measurement at the top of your pets back, where the waist measurement was taken, around their rump and in between their legs meeting back up at the waist point under the belly.
Have a pet outside of our size chart? Email or call us and we can custom create a nappy for you.
Make your size selection based off your measurements. If you need help please visit the Dundies Size Support Centre where we can help you choose the perfect size nappy.
Free Printable Tape Measures
Click on the buttons above the size chart to download the correct tape measure. There is a different tape measure for the nappies compared to the belly bands.
Open the PDF and print it at 100%.
Cut out your Dundies tape measure and tape it together.
Measure your pet using the steps above. Waist for the belly bands and Waist and Belly to Back for the nappies.
Use the handy key at the bottom of the page to write down your pets size. If your pets measurements fall between two sizes, always go with the bigger size. Dundies have full adjustability so you can always make them tighter around the waist, but you can’t make them longer!
If you are ever in doubt, reach out! Were here via email, phone, facebook and instagram to help!