- Protective – The hard cover gives your dog safety against the elements, such as excessive wind or sunlight, and also gives your dog a barrier between its head and any outside objects it could knock into. Great head protection for dogs with cerebeller hypoplasia
- Comfortable – Inside the helmet, there is adjustable padding to provide the utmost safety and best fit. It is attached with velcro in case the inner padding must be adjusted or even removed for a better fit.
- Adjustable – The helmet straps are fully adjustable to tighten or loosen to comfortably secure the helmet into place.
Dog Helmets come in three different sizes, and can fit dogs ranging in size from chihuahuas to labs and larger.
|Size||Width of Head (A)||Circumference (B)||Strap Length|
|Small||Up to 4″||Up to 12″||7-9″|
How to Measure
Measure across the top of your dogs head from ear to ear (without bending the measuring tape).
Measure from across the forehead to around the back of the head. If the dog’s ears are floppy, measure around the ears. If the dog’s ears are straight up, fold them down to include in the measurement.
- Remember, the tops of dogs’ heads tend to be smaller than ours because of the way we are structured. The helmet is too big if it is able to slide toward the neck, let alone cover it.
- The straps may need to be tighter than you think. Use the same rule that you would use on a collar: If you can fit two fingers through it, then the dog has enough room to breathe and take it off in case of an emergency.