Kirk & Willie Limited Edition Easter Bandana
We love the Easter bunny and all things Easter, but we lost track of time to create a special easter collection. Because we didn't want to leave ya'll hanging we decided to make one bandana just for you. This week only we will be taking orders for Easter Bandanas - so who's ready to shake their bunny tail :)
Thank you for being a pawtastic part of the Kirk & Willie crew!
To make sure you order the correct size for your pup’s dog bandana measure their neck circumference and add 10 to 12 inches to get the right bandana length.
X-SMALL (5-10 lbs):
Bandana Length : 16-19 inches
Width: 3-4 inches
Suggestion: If dog’s neck is 7” or less go with a x-small.
Common breeds: Dachshund (miniature), Maltese, Pomeranian, Yorkshire Terrier, Havanese
SMALL (10-25 lbs):
Bandana Length : 20-21 inches
Width: 6 inches
Suggestion: If dog’s neck is 10” or less go with a small.
Common breeds: Mini Golden Doodle, Cavalier King Charles, Pekingese, Miniature Schnauzer, Pug, Scottish Terrier, Cocker Spaniel
MEDIUM (up to 55 lbs):
Bandana Length: 24-25 inches
Width: 7 inches
Suggestion: If dog’s neck is 14” or less go with a medium.
Common breeds: Golden Doodle, Beagle, Border Collie, Boston Terrier, English Bulldog, Chow, Miniature Australian Shepherd
LARGE (up to 70 lbs):
Bandana Length : 26-27 inches
Width: 8.5 inches
Suggestion: If dog’s neck is 16” or less go with a large
Common Breeds: Boxer, Dalmatian, Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Weimaraner, Dalmatian
EXTRA LARGE (70 lbs and up)
Bandana Length: 29-30 inches
Width: 9 inches
Suggestion: If dog’s neck is 19” or less go with a large
Common Breeds: German Shepherd, Bernese Mountain Dog, Great Dane, Mastiff, Rottweiler, Saint Bernard, Great Pyrenees
Too close to call? Go up a size!
These are GENERAL guidelines. How furry/fluffy and how tall your pet is are also important in determining size. If you have a special request (ex. you want the ties to be a little bit longer...no problem...just place your order and send us a email and we will be happy to accommodate where possible!). Please feel free to email us if you have any questions!