Custom Field Guard Information BIG

Custom BIG Field Guard (head length over 13.5″)

A custom BIG Field Guard is $46 plus an additional $30, which is less than the actual cost.  It is non – production sewing and considered sample rate by the sewing contractor who charges us $25 just for sewing.  The other $5 takes care of the extra material.  I donate my pattern drafting.  So the total cost is $76 plus tax.  Priority Mail shipping is free.  Keeping dogs protected from foxtails, insects, and scavenging is important to me, so I do all I can to keep costs down.

Information needed to get started:


Name & Breed:
Head Circumference (a)
Head Length (b)
Head plus Neck Length (c)
Neck Circumference (d)
Photos (e)

IMPORTANT: The custom Field Guard will be based on the measurements you provide. 
Please be as accurate as possible

(a) Head circumferencemeasurement is taken at the largest point and taken on the outside of the fur, not pressed against the head.  Reference Red line below.  The first image below, shows how loosely, to place the tape measure.

(b) Head length – taken from the base of skull straight over head to end of nose, not including the neck.  The measurement should be taken with the dog’s head looking as straight ahead as possible (not up or down).  Reference the Blue line in the image below.

(c) Neck Length – from base of skull to bottom edge of collar.  Reference Turquoise line in image below.  

(d) Neck circumference – around upper neck; behind ears, under throat.  Reference dashed Pink line in image.

(e) Photos of your dog –  front, top and side views to get a good sense of their head shape, fur, etc.

When the Field Guard is finished and ready to ship, you will be invoiced, via email, payable online via credit card.  
Your custom Field Guard will be shipped as soon as the invoice is paid.  

Custom Field Guards are not returnable unless defective.    They may be adjusted to correct fit, once. 

If elastic or straps are ever in need of repair they are repaired for no charge.  We do not repair the mesh as it would compromise the integrity of the Field Guard’s protection.

Please email me if you have any questions.