DOGORA High-Top Boot Size Guide

This sizing chart applies to the following DOGORA products:
The DOGORA High-Top Boot


The image below displays how DOGORA has created the sizing chart for your paws.
How to Measure your Paws!

When measuring for boot size, DOGORA recommends having your dog stand on a blank sheet of paper. You will notice that your dog’s whole paw pad does not touch the surface of the paper. Mark the tip of your dog’s front paw nail and where the heel of that paw pad stops touching the paper. Then measure the distance between your two points with a ruler & compare your lengths with DOGORA’s in the chart below. Do the same for your dog’s rear paw as they might need different sizes.

Anatomically, a dog’s front paws typically cover more surface area than their back paws, however, this is not always the case. We find smaller breeds (under 15 lbs/ 7 kg) can wear XXS on all 4 paws, while larger breeds can also wear XL on all 4 paws. Measure front and back paws separately as they may need different sizes!

Refer to our DOGORA Printable Paw Size Guide as a secondary means to measure paws. 


Bottom Inner Diameter (L*W)



1-1.3” * 1-1.5”
2.5-3.3cm * 2.5-3.8cm

  • Havanese
  • Boston Terrier
  • Jack Russel
  • Bichon Frise
  • Pug


1.3-1.9" * 1.5-1.7"
3.3-4.8cm * 3.8-4.3cm

  • Shiba Inu
  • Basenji
  • Beagle
  • German Pinscher


1.7-2.2" * 1.5-2"
4.3-5.5cm * 3.8-5cm

  • Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
  • French Bulldog
  • Australian Shepard
  • Vizsla


2-2.8" * 2-2.3"
5-7.1cm * 5-5.8cm

  • Standard Poodle
  • Boxer
  • Pointer
  • Stafford Terrier


2.5-3" * 2.3-2.5"
6.3-7.6cm * 5.8-6.3cm

  • Rhodesian Ridgeback
  • Doberman
  • Weimaraner
  • Husky


3-3.7" * 2.7-3"
7.6-9.4cm * 6.8-7.6cm

  • Rottweiler
  • Labrador Retriever 
  • Golden Retriever
  • German Shepherd