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Can't find your breed?

Please measure your dog and then check our size charts here to see if your dog fits any listed size, and if not we will be happy to make one of our designs for you.

Please email tailormade@bone-idol.com

SIZE & FIT
Boston Terrier
Chihuahua
English Cocker Spaniel
English Bulldog
French Bulldog
Greyhound
Italian Greyhound
Miniature Dachshund
Miniature Poodle
Pug
Whippet
Yorkie
L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

L
Length

Measure length from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

N
Neck

Measure around the neck, allowing room for a comfortable fit.

C
Chest/Girth

Measure widest point of the chest, going all the way around.

How to measure

We make breed-specific garments for certain breeds, in small, medium and large, but can also make an item for your dog even if they are not listed on our website.

Measuring your dog correctly for the perfect made-to-order coat, jacket, jumper or collar is all-important. It’s easy to do:

Measuring your dog for clothing
L

Use a flexible dressmaker’s tape and measure from the nape of the neck (where the collar falls), along the back to the base of the tail. This is your L measurement.

N

To accurately read the neck measurement you should position the tape measure around the neck, halfway down from the ears to the base of the neck. This is your N measurement.

C

Measure from the back of the front legs around the widest part of your dog’s chest. This is your C measurement. If your dog is long-haired, make sure you pull the tape measure snug against the dog’s skin, and not loose where the fur hangs.

The Myrtle

Cashmere Jumper

The puppy-soft Myrtle is knitted to our own breed specific design from 100% Mongolian eco cashmere from sustainable sources.

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This beautifully soft crewneck with playful coloured stripes looks good at any time of the year. The baby softness and lightness of the cashmere mean your beloved pooch will feel warm on colder days, but oh so cool when the sun is shining. 

  • 100% Mongolian eco cashmere from sustainable sources
  • 100% Mongolian eco cashmere ribbed belly, neck and arms
  • Made in England 

Our 100% eco cashmere jumpers will provide your doggy with years of warmth and style, when treated with love and care. If your washing machine has a ‘hand wash’ cycle you can use that with a specialist cashmere detergent, if not then hand wash cool. Rinse thoroughly with cool water, roll in a towel to wring out excess water and then reshape to dry flat on a towel, but not in direct sunlight, in front of a fire or on a radiator. Can also be specialist dry-cleaned. 

All cashmere can suffer from pilling, particularly on dogs that are closer to the ground. You can easily remove the bobbles with a special cashmere comb.

    Size & Fit

    VIEW MEASURING GUIDE
    Care Guide
    Delivery / Returns

    The cost of your delivery will be added to your order before payment is taken.


    Standard UK Mainland delivery is £7 per order up to £1000.


    Please see our full delivery information for international charges.


    In-stock items will be delivered by Royal Mail, DPD or another reputable courier within 1 - 2 business days and will require a signature on receipt.


    Made-to-order items can take anywhere between 4-6 weeks for us to prepare personally for you. If we can reduce that time we will do everything possible to get your item to you sooner. We will keep you updated on the status of your order throughout the process.


    Tailored and bespoke items can take considerably longer than the 4-6 week time process.

    During sale times and busy periods (the weeks leading up to London Fashion Week in June and September) our delivery times may be longer than the 4-6 week period as our tailor in London is always choc-a-bloc with the last minute orders of British fashion designers. We will keep you fully informed as to the status of your order and will do everything in our power to ensure you receive your items as soon as possible.


    Orders received on a Friday afternoon, at the weekend or on a Public Holiday will be processed the following business day.


    PO Boxes are not available for shipping.


    Please read our full delivery information


    If you are not completely happy with your Bone Idol product you have 14 days from the day you received the item to return it to us. If 14 days have passed, unfortunately we will be unable to refund or exchange your item.


    Please email help@bone-idol.com to request a returns address. We will be more than happy to provide an exchange, credit or refund.


    Please read our full Refund Policy


    * I confirm that I have measured my dog correctly.
    from £160 £160
    The puppy-soft Myrtle is knitted to our own breed specific design from 100% Mongolian eco cashmere from sustainable sources.

    READ MORE

    This beautifully soft crewneck with playful coloured stripes looks good at any time of the year. The baby softness and lightness of the cashmere mean your beloved pooch will feel warm on colder days, but oh so cool when the sun is shining. 

    • 100% Mongolian eco cashmere from sustainable sources
    • 100% Mongolian eco cashmere ribbed belly, neck and arms
    • Made in England 

    Our 100% eco cashmere jumpers will provide your doggy with years of warmth and style, when treated with love and care. If your washing machine has a ‘hand wash’ cycle you can use that with a specialist cashmere detergent, if not then hand wash cool. Rinse thoroughly with cool water, roll in a towel to wring out excess water and then reshape to dry flat on a towel, but not in direct sunlight, in front of a fire or on a radiator. Can also be specialist dry-cleaned. 

    All cashmere can suffer from pilling, particularly on dogs that are closer to the ground. You can easily remove the bobbles with a special cashmere comb.

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