Dogs

Animals
Bulldog
15.0”-19.0” | 38-48 cm
Bulldog
Basset Hound
16.0”-21.0” | 41-53 cm
Basset Hound
Beagle
18.0”-22.0” | 46-56 cm
Beagle
Cocker Spaniel
18.0”-22.0” | 46-56 cm
Cocker Spaniel
Standard Schnauzer
23.0”-26.0” | 58-66 cm
Standard Schnauzer
Border Collie
22.0”-27.0” | 56-69 cm
Border Collie
Whippet
23.0”-28.0” | 61-71 cm
Whippet
Dalmatian
27.5"-30.0" | 70-76 cm
Dalmatian
Collie
26.0”-32.0” | 66-81 cm
Collie
Rottweiler
30.5"-34.0" | 77-86 cm
Rottweiler
Saint Bernard
32.0"-37.0" | 81-94 cm
Saint Bernard
Great Dane
42.5"-49.5" | 108-126 cm
Great Dane
Beagle
20.0”-25.0” | 51-64 cm
Beagle
Bulldog
20.0”-27.0” | 51-69 cm
Bulldog
Cocker Spaniel
24.0”-29.0” | 61-74 cm
Cocker Spaniel
Standard Schnauzer
28.0”-31.0” | 71-79 cm
Standard Schnauzer
Whippet
25.0”-31.0” | 58-79 cm
Whippet
Dalmatian
31.0"-33.0" | 79-84 cm
Dalmatian
Border Collie
28.0”-34.0” | 71-86 cm
Border Collie
Collie
29.0”-34.0” | 74-86 cm
Collie
Basset Hound
26.0”-35.0” | 66-89 cm
Basset Hound
Alaskan Malamute
35.0"-41.5" | 89-105 cm
Alaskan Malamute
Rottweiler
38.5"-42.0" | 98-107 cm
Rottweiler
German Shepherd
36.0"-42.5" | 91-108 cm
German Shepherd
Great Dane
35.5"-43.0" | 90-109 cm
Great Dane
Saint Bernard
40.0"-47.0" | 102-119 cm
Saint Bernard

Dogs

Pembroke Welsh Corgi
14.0”-17.0” | 36-43 cm
Bulldog
15.0”-19.0” | 38-48 cm
Basset Hound
16.0”-21.0” | 41-53 cm
Beagle
18.0”-22.0” | 46-56 cm
Cocker Spaniel
18.0”-22.0” | 46-56 cm
German Pointer
21.0"-25.0" | 53-64 cm
Australian Cattle Dog
21.0”-25.0” | 53-64 cm
Standard Schnauzer
23.0”-26.0” | 58-66 cm
Border Collie
22.0”-27.0” | 56-69 cm
Whippet
23.0”-28.0” | 61-71 cm
Dalmatian
27.5"-30.0" | 70-76 cm
German Shepherd
26.5"-31.0" | 67-79 cm
Golden Retriever
28.5"-31.5" | 72-80 cm
Australian Shepherd
25.0”-32.0” | 64-81 cm
Collie
26.0”-32.0” | 66-81 cm
Rottweiler
30.5"-34.0" | 77-86 cm
Alaskan Malamute
29.5"-34.5" | 75-88 cm
Saint Bernard
32.0"-37.0" | 81-94 cm
Great Dane
42.5"-49.5" | 108-126 cm
Beagle
20.0”-25.0” | 51-64 cm
Pembroke Welsh Corgi
22.0”-26.0” | 56-66 cm
Bulldog
20.0”-27.0” | 51-69 cm
Cocker Spaniel
24.0”-29.0” | 61-74 cm
Whippet
25.0”-31.0” | 58-79 cm
Standard Schnauzer
28.0”-31.0” | 71-79 cm
Australian Cattle Dog
28.0”-33.0” | 71-84 cm
Dalmatian
31.0"-33.0" | 79-84 cm
Border Collie
28.0”-34.0” | 71-86 cm
Collie
29.0”-34.0” | 74-86 cm
Basset Hound
26.0”-35.0” | 66-89 cm
Australian Shepherd
28.0”-36.0” | 71-91 cm
German Pointer
34.0"-41.0" | 86-104 cm
Alaskan Malamute
35.0"-41.5" | 89-105 cm
Bernese Mountain Dog
35.0"-41.5" | 89-105 cm
Golden Retriever
37.0"-42.0" | 94-107 cm
Rottweiler
38.5"-42.0" | 98-107 cm
German Shepherd
36.0"-42.5" | 91-108 cm
Great Dane
35.5"-43.0" | 90-109 cm
Saint Bernard
40.0"-47.0" | 102-119 cm
Pembroke Welsh Corgi
10.0”-12.0” | 25-30 cm
Basset Hound
11.0”-15.0” | 28-38 cm
Bulldog
12.0”-16.0” | 31-40 cm
Beagle
13.0”-16.0” | 33-41 cm
Cocker Spaniel
14.0”-17.0” | 36-43 cm
Standard Schnauzer
18.0”-20.0” | 44-50 cm
Whippet
18.0”-22.0” | 45-56 cm
Border Collie
18.0”-22.0” | 46-56 cm
Australian Shepherd
18.0”-23.0” | 46-58 cm
Collie
20.0”-24.0” | 51-61 cm
Dalmatian
22.0"-24.0" | 56-61 cm
German Shepherd
22.0"-26.0" | 56-66 cm
Alaskan Malamute
23.0”-25.0" | 58-64 cm
Bernese Mountain Dog
23.0”-27.5” | 58-70 cm
Rottweiler
23.5"-26.0" | 60-66 cm
German Pointer
25.0"-29.5" | 64-75 cm
Saint Bernard
26.0”-30.0” | 66-76 cm
Great Dane
28.0"-32.0" | 71-81 cm

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Collie
Size comparison drawing comparing a Collie to the size of an average person

The Collie, one of the most easily recognizable dog breeds, is a large, agile herding dog. Originating in Scotland and Northern England, the Collie’s popularity quickly spread through Australia and North American for its skill as a livestock herding dog. There are two types of Collie, identifiable by their coat: the “rough” Collie, with a full-bodied, long coat (think: Lassie), and the “smooth” Collie, with a smoother, sleeker coat. While many Collies have remained working, herding dogs, this breed is also popular for showing and dog agility contests due to its innate ability to learn quickly.

The average Collie has an overall height of 26.0”-32.0” (66-81 cm), withers height of 20.0”-24.0” (51-61 cm), and body length of 29.0”-34.0” (74-86 cm). A typical Collie weighs between 40-65 lb (18-29 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 14-16 years.

Pair of illustrations of a Collie standing and sitting in side elevation
The Collie, one of the most easily recognizable dog breeds, is a large, agile herding dog. Originating in Scotland and Northern England, the Collie’s popularity quickly spread through Australia and North American for its skill as a livestock herding dog.

The average Collie has an overall height of 26.0”-32.0” (66-81 cm), withers height of 20.0”-24.0” (51-61 cm), and body length of 29.0”-34.0” (74-86 cm). A typical Collie weighs between 40-65 lb (18-29 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 14-16 years.

Pair of illustrations of a Collie standing and sitting in side elevation
Collie
Height:
26.0”-32.0” | 66-81 cm
Width:
Length:
29.0”-34.0” | 74-86 cm
Depth:
Withers Height
20.0”-24.0” | 51-61 cm
Weight:
40-65 lb | 18-29 kg
Area:

Male:
Height (Withers): 22”-24” | 56-61 cm
Height (Standing): 29”-32” | 74-81 cm
Length: 31”-34” | 79-86 cm
Weight: 45-65 lb | 20-29 kg

Female:
Height (Withers): 20”-22” | 51-56 cm
Height (Standing): 26”-29” | 66-81 cm
Length: 29”-32” | 74-81 cm
Weight: 40-55 lb | 18-25 kg

Lifespan
14-16 years

Drawings include:
Collie side elevation (standing), side (sitting), front (standing), front (sitting), laying down (side)

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Whippet
Drawing of a Whippet dog with typical dimensions compared to the height of an average person

The Whippet, also known as the English Whippet or Snap Dog, is a sighthound who strongly resembles the looks of a Greyhound, but significantly smaller. Sometimes referred to as the “poor man’s racehorse,” the Whippet has the highest running speed for its weight, with the ability to reach speeds of 35 miles per hour. While the Whippet loves to be in pursuit, making for a great competition dog, he also enjoys to stretch out and relax as a companion. For such an elegant appearance, the Whippet is actually quite low-maintenance and rarely barks; which makes him a great option for people who live in city apartments, as long as he is exercised regularly.

The average Whippet has an overall height of 23.0”-28.0” (61-71 cm), withers height of 18.0”-22.0” (45-56 cm), and body length of 25.0”-31.0” (58-79 cm). A typical Whippet weighs between 15-31 lb (7-14 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 12-15 years.

Pair of side elevation illustrations of Whippet dogs standing and sitting
The Whippet, also known as the English Whippet or Snap Dog, is a sighthound who strongly resembles the looks of a Greyhound, but significantly smaller. Sometimes referred to as the “poor man’s racehorse,” the Whippet has the highest running speed for its weight.

The average Whippet has an overall height of 23.0”-28.0” (61-71 cm), withers height of 18.0”-22.0” (45-56 cm), and body length of 25.0”-31.0” (58-79 cm). A typical Whippet weighs between 15-31 lb (7-14 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 12-15 years.

Pair of side elevation illustrations of Whippet dogs standing and sitting
Whippet
Height:
23.0”-28.0” | 61-71 cm
Width:
Length:
25.0”-31.0” | 58-79 cm
Depth:
Withers Height
18.0”-22.0” | 45-56 cm
Weight:
15-31 lb | 7-14 kg
Area:

Male:
Height (Withers):
19”-22” | 48-56 cm
Height (Standing): 24”-28” | 61-71 cm
Length: 27”-31” | 69-79 cm
Weight: 15-31 lb | 7-14 kg

Female:
Height (Withers): 18”-21” | 45-53 cm
Height (Standing): 23”-27” | 58-69 cm
Length: 25”-29” | 64-74 cm
Weight: 15-31 lb | 7-14 kg

Lifespan
12-15 years

Drawings include:
Whippet side elevation (standing), side (sitting), front (standing), front (sitting), laying down (side)

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Australian Shepherd
Illustrated diagram comparing the size of an Australian Shepherd to a person with dimensions

The Australian Shepherd, lovingly nicknamed the Aussie, is a lean, tough medium-sized dog with an intelligent, active, work-orientated personality. Despite its name, and a contested origins story, the Australian Shepherd most likely originated in California around the time of the Gold Rush in the 1840s as a ranching and herding dog. The Australian Shepherd is similar in appearance to the English Shepherd and Border Collie, with its multi-colored, long, straight, occasionally curly, coat. A work-orientated dog, the Australian Shepherd needs a diligent, active owner and makes a good dog for dog agility trials, search and rescue, and various other service or therapeutic activities.

The average Australian Shepherd has an overall height of 25.0”-32.0” (64-81 cm), withers height of 18.0”-23.0” (46-58 cm), and body length of 28.0”-36.0” (71-91 cm). A typical Australian Shepherd weighs between 35-70 lb (16-32 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 13-15 years.

Side elevation drawings of an Australian Shepherd dog standing and sitting
The Australian Shepherd, lovingly nicknamed The Aussie, is a lean, tough medium-sized dog with an intelligent, active, work-orientated personality. Despite its name, the Australian Shepherd likely originated in California around the time of the Gold Rush in the 1840s as a ranching and herding dog.

The average Australian Shepherd has an overall height of 25.0”-32.0” (64-81 cm), withers height of 18.0”-23.0” (46-58 cm), and body length of 28.0”-36.0” (71-91 cm). A typical Australian Shepherd weighs between 35-70 lb (16-32 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 13-15 years.

Side elevation drawings of an Australian Shepherd dog standing and sitting
Australian Shepherd
Height:
25.0”-32.0” | 64-81 cm
Width:
Length:
28.0”-36.0” | 71-91 cm
Depth:
Withers Height
18.0”-23.0” | 46-58 cm
Weight:
35-70 lb | 16-32 kg
Area:

Male:
Height (Withers): 20”-23” | 51-58 cm
Height (Standing): 28”-32” | 71-81 cm
Length: 31”-36” | 79-91 cm
Weight: 55-70 lb | 25-32 kg

Female:
Height (Withers): 18”-21” | 46-54 cm
Height (Standing): 25”-29” | 64-74 cm
Length: 28”-31” | 71-79 cm
Weight: 35-55 lb | 16-25 kg

Lifespan
13-15 years

Drawings include:
Australian Shepherd side elevation (standing), side (sitting), front (standing), front (sitting), laying down (side)

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Dalmatian
Drawing comparing the dimensions and sizes of a Dalmatian dog to an average human

Dalmatians are a medium-sized breed of dog famous for their spotted coats and elegantly proportioned bodies. Bred originally as ‘coach dogs’ that would trot alongside carriages and guard the horses, Dalmatians today remain popular in family settings for being Intelligent, energetic, outgoing, and dignified. The Dalmatians iconic coat comes in variations of black or liver colored spots on a white background, and has helped Dalmatians become prominent characters in popular culture as the iconic ‘Firehouse Dog’ or as titular characters in the story 101 Dalmatians.

The average Dalmatian has an overall height of 27.5"-30.0" (70-76 cm), withers (shoulder) height of 22.0"-24.0" (56-61 cm), and body length of 31.0"-33.0" (79-84 cm). A typical Dalmatian weighs between 45-70 lb (20-32 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 11-15 years.

Illustrations of a Dalmatian from multiple sides and postures including sitting, standing, and laying down
Dalmatians are a medium-sized breed of dog famous for their spotted coats and elegant bodies. Dalmatians were bred as ‘coach dogs’ that would trot with carriages and guard the horses.

The average Dalmatian has an overall height of 27.5"-30.0" (70-76 cm), withers (shoulder) height of 22.0"-24.0" (56-61 cm), and body length of 31.0"-33.0" (79-84 cm). A typical Dalmatian weighs between 45-70 lb (20-32 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 11-15 years.

Illustrations of a Dalmatian from multiple sides and postures including sitting, standing, and laying down
Dalmatian
Height:
27.5"-30.0" | 70-76 cm
Width:
Length:
31.0"-33.0" | 79-84 cm
Depth:
Withers Height
22.0"-24.0" | 56-61 cm
Weight:
45-70 lb | 20-32 kg
Area:

Male:
Height (Withers):
23.0"-24.0" | 58-61 cm
Height (Standing): 29.0"-30.0" | 74-76 cm
Length: 
32.0"-33.0" | 81-84 cm
Weight: 45-70 lb | 20-32 kg

Female:
Height (Withers): 22.0”-23.0” | 56-58 cm
Height (Standing): 27.5"-29.0" | 70-74 cm
Length: 
31.0"-32.0" | 79-81 cm
Weight: 45-70 lb | 20-32 kg
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Size: Medium
Color: White with black or liver spots
Temperament: Intelligent, energetic, outgoing, dignified
Uses: Coach dog, guards, firehouse dogs, watch

Lifespan
11-15 years

Drawings include:
Dalmatian side elevation (standing), side (sitting), front (standing), front (sitting), laying down (side)

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Great Dane
Illustration measuring the height and length of a Great Dane compared to a human height

Great Danes are a breed of giant German dogs known for their imposing size and weight paired with a sweet and gentle demeanor. Originally bred for the hunting of bears, boars, and deer, the Great Dane today has adapted to domestic life and is comfortable in a variety of environments from large houses to small apartments. With a loving and friendly temperament, the Great Dane is often referred to as the “world’s largest lapdog.” Great Danes have a variety of coat colors from the iconic harlequin and black patterns, to fawn and brindle, and blue coats.

The average Great Dane has an overall height of 42.5"-49.5" (108-126 cm), withers height of 28.0"-32.0" (71-81 cm), and body length of 35.5"-43.0" (90-109 cm). A typical Great Dane weighs between 110-175 lb (50-79 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 7-10 years.

Collection of drawings of a Great Dane from various sitting and standing poses
Great Danes are a breed of giant dogs known for their imposing size and weight paired with a gentle demeanor. Great Danes have coats ranging from harlequin and black, to fawn and brindle, and blue.

The average Great Dane has an overall height of 42.5"-49.5" (108-126 cm), withers height of 28.0"-32.0" (71-81 cm), and body length of 35.5"-43.0" (90-109 cm). A typical Great Dane weighs between 110-175 lb (50-79 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 7-10 years.

Collection of drawings of a Great Dane from various sitting and standing poses
Great Dane
Height:
42.5"-49.5" | 108-126 cm
Width:
Length:
35.5"-43.0" | 90-109 cm
Depth:
Withers Height
28.0"-32.0" | 71-81 cm
Weight:
110-175 lb | 50-79 kg
Area:

Male:
Height (Withers):
30.0"-32.0" | 76-81 cm
Height (Standing): 46.0"-49.5" | 117-126 cm
Length: 
38.5"-43.0" | 98-109 cm
Weight: 140-175 lb | 64-79 kg

Female:
Height (Withers): 28.0”-30.0” | 71-76 cm
Height (Standing): 42.5"-46.0" | 108-117 cm
Length: 
35.5"-38.5" | 90-98 cm
Weight: 110-140 lb | 50-64 kg

Color: Fawn & Brindle, Harlequin & Black, Blue
Temperament: Friendly, gentle, adaptable
Uses: Hunting, catch, companion (today)

Lifespan
7-10 years

Drawings include:
Great Dane side elevation (standing), side (sitting), front (standing), front (sitting), laying down (side)

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Golden Retriever
Comparison illustration of a Golden Retriever to a person with measured heights

Golden Retrievers are a medium to large breed of dog bred for sporting uses. Named retriever because of their ability to retrieve ducks, birds, and other game shot by hunting parties for sport, the Golden Retriever is a friendly, intelligent, and devoted dog that is easy to train. Golden Retrievers are known for their water-resistant long-coats of flat golden hair and their propensity for play. Often trained to serve as disability assistance dogs as well as guide, hunting, and search and rescue dogs, Golden Retrievers are consistently one of the most popular and iconic dog breeds around the world.

The average Golden Retriever has an overall height of 28.5"-31.5" (72-80 cm), withers height of 21.5"-24" (55-61 cm), and body length of 37.0"-42.0" (94-107 cm). A typical Golden Retriever weighs between 55-75 lb (25-34 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 10-12 years.

Collection of drawings of a Golden Retriever in various standing and sitting positions
Golden Retrievers are a medium to large breed of dog bred for sporting uses but are also trained to serve as disability assistance dogs as well as guide, hunting, and search and rescue dogs.

The average Golden Retriever has an overall height of 28.5"-31.5" (72-80 cm), withers height of 21.5"-24" (55-61 cm), and body length of 37.0"-42.0" (94-107 cm). A typical Golden Retriever weighs between 55-75 lb (25-34 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 10-12 years.

Collection of drawings of a Golden Retriever in various standing and sitting positions
Golden Retriever
Height:
28.5"-31.5" | 72-80 cm
Width:
Length:
37.0"-42.0" | 94-107 cm
Depth:
Withers Height
21.5"-24" | 55-61 cm
Weight:
55-75 lb | 25-34 kg
Area:

Male:
Height (Withers): 23"-24" | 58-61 cm
Weight: 65-75 lb | 29-34 kg

Female:
Height (Withers): 21.5”-22.5” | 55-57 cm
Weight: 55-65 lb | 25-29 kg

Size: Medium to large
Color: Lustrous flat golden coat
Temperament: Friendly, intelligent, devoted
Uses: Sporting, guide, disability assistance, search and rescue

Lifespan
10-12 years

Drawings include:
Golden Retriever side elevation, front (standing), front (sitting), side (sitting), laying down (side)

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