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September 03, 2016 1 min read

Hound & Co is designed to serve as an online marketplace for exclusive, hand-crafted dog products as well as an online resource for all things hound. The marketplace is supported by sellers of artisanal dog-related products including treats, toys, outfits, and more. All of the products you see in the Hound & Co marketplace are made for dog lovers by dog lovers. A portion of the profits will be donated to local rescue organizations.

All of our cork / hemp collars and rope leashes are now available on houndand.co.

Check out our interview on the houndand.co blog:

Hound & Co:Where are you located?

Wigglywoos: We are located outside of Los Angeles in the small mountain town of Idyllwild, California.

Hound & Co:When, how, and why did you come up with Wigglywoos?

Wigglywoos: Having been in the pet care and design industry for 20 years, we met in 2016, collaborated, moved to Idyllwild and established Wigglywoos. Our love for natural materials, textiles and animals led us to cork and hemp which lent themselves to dog collars and leashes.  We are passionate about animal welfare and want to do as much as we can to support their well-being.  We have the “Buy One, Give One” on select collars and leashes to support rescue organizations.

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Size Guide

We understand one size does not always fit all. This sizing chart is meant to give a general idea of the collar size in relation to certain breeds. Because each dog is unique, we offer standard and custom sizes for you and your pup. 

Please contact us at info@wigglywoos.com if you have any questions in regards to your collar size, if your dog is on the cusp or you are not sure which width to choose. 

If you don't see a standard size that works for you, contact us and we will outfit your dog with the perfect fit.

Wigglywoos Dog Collar Sizing Chart

How to measure your dog

How to measure your dog

Dog Collar

Loosely measure the dog’s neck with a soft tape measure where the collar would normally sit, sliding two fingers between the dog’s neck and measuring tape. This should give a comfortable collar size for your dog. Or you can measure his neck snugly and add two inches. 

Dog Harness

Measure the chest girth of your dog (around the body) right behind the forearms. 

If you do not have a soft tape measure, you can use a string and then measure the string with a rigid ruler.