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I would think Medium but I couldn't use on my Pomeranian puppy. It was too thin and the cords cut into her. The idea may be good but do think twice before buying it. Hope that helps?
By Sallyhr on 06 March 2016
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medium fits my 27kg male labrador a treat
By Alan Hannah on 09 January 2014
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Small
By J. Mcpake on 07 May 2014
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Hi Nicola - I used it on my lurcher and found it worked well so probably yes - but another of my lurchers refused to walk at all in one!
By Patricia Jamieson on 13 May 2014
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Absolutely - easy for you and comfortable for the dogs. Recommend this!
By Dee on 29 March 2016
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measure the dog from head to tail.
Basically the harness is adjustable. Small height dogs take small - my bichon or a scottie etc.
Spaniels etc. kedium - all larger height dogs large and labs. etc. ex. large.… see more
measure the dog from head to tail.
Basically the harness is adjustable. Small height dogs take small - my bichon or a scottie etc.
Spaniels etc. kedium - all larger height dogs large and labs. etc. ex. large.
The harness needs a knot in it to stop the dog escaping through the head.
They are very good indeed to stop dogs pulling and be kind to their necks and head.
hope this is of use! see less

By Alice on 04 March 2014
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yes, it would be excellent, as it is a good part of training of not pulling etc, I even had one for my border collie, and patterdale terrier crosses, I hope I helped you.
By Kandy Bowden on 26 May 2014
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They are on the generous side, I bought small- my dogs are 12.5 kg (Tibetan terrier cross ) and they are on the loose side - here is the size guide from packaging - small = chest 30-60cm example breeds westie/jack Russell/cavalier spaniel med = chest 60-80cm breeds cocker spaniel/collie/labradoodle large= … see more They are on the generous side, I bought small- my dogs are 12.5 kg (Tibetan terrier cross ) and they are on the loose side - here is the size guide from packaging - small = chest 30-60cm example breeds westie/jack Russell/cavalier spaniel med = chest 60-80cm breeds cocker spaniel/collie/labradoodle large= chest 80cm+ breeds mastiff great dane/Rottweiler. I would say if they are big chested/over 20kg go for a medium (the design allows you to tie a knot in to adjust if necessary). see less
By fiona garner on 11 April 2016
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I used the medium lupi on a German shepherd, not a particularly big shepherd, but still a large dog, and it fit comfortably. I also tried the same lupi on a staffordhire bull terrier, who is quite small, and it nearly fit him too, just a bit to big for him. For a Greyhound sized dog I would recommend the medium.
By JMGalloway on 26 April 2014
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Small
By Andreas Athinodorou on 07 March 2014