2124. Popular Sizes for Your Smaller Breed. (see list of breeds below)

Please follow the links below to see the popular sizes for your breed.
These are based on our experience over many years, but sizes do vary within any breed. When selecting a crate, the dog should be able to stand erect without needing to bend its legs. The minimum height for the breed should therefore be taken to be the height to the withers. Please check this if you are in any doubt.
Click on the pics below to see the crates, pens and beds for your breed.

Typical breeds which would use this size are shown below for comparison.:-
(Please note that the height to the withers is important, as this is the minimum height required for a crate. It is also important in determining which puppy pen and bed to buy as it is the height to the shoulder with straight legs.)

  Height to withers (ins)
  Dog Bitch
American Cocker Spaniel 14/16ins (36.25-38.75cm) 13/15ins (33.75-36.25cm)
Bichon Frise 9/11ins (23-28cm) 9/11ins (23-28cm)
Cairn Terrier 11/12ins (28-31cm) 11/12ins (28-31cm)
Fox Terrier Smooth 15/16ins (38-41cm) 15/16ins (38-41cm)
German Spitz 9/11ins (22 - 28cm) 9/11ins (22 - 28cm)
Japanese Chin 12/13ins (30.5-33cm) 12/13ins (30.5-33cm)
Lakeland Terrier 14/15ins (36-39cm) 14/15ins (36-39cm)
Lancashire Heeler> 11/12ins (28-31cm) 11/12ins (28-31cm)
Manchester Terrier 16/17ins (41-43cm) 16/17ins (41-43cm)
Poodle Miniature 11-15ins. (28-38cm) 11-15ins. (28-38cm)
Poodle Toy 9/11ins (23-28cm) 9/11ins (23-28cm)
Swedish Vallhund 13/14ins (33-35cm) 12/13ins (31-33cm)
West Highland White Terrier 10/11ins (25.5-28cm) 10/11ins (25.5-28cm)