We have three different e-Collars. Our recommendations is to use the Comfy Cone to prevent the dog from reaching the front paws and front of the body - IN ADDITION to the hind quarters
The Healing Collar is great for preventing the dog from getting to the back area of the body.
The Kong collar is a another version of the Healing Collar, that is a little less durable but inexpensive-it's good for gentler, less active dogs, and when your dog will only need it for a few days.
ProCollar Elizabethan Collar can be easily placed around the collar of the animal, thus helping to prevent him from biting a wound, bandage, or stitches, while preserving the autonomy of a natural lifestyle for the animal. Collar is extremely well tolerated, in particular with cats. Dogs seem to forget its presence once wearing the ProCollar.
Your pet's vision and feeding habits will not be impaired by the ProCollar. It also gives the pet a comfortable place to rest his head, giving support, like a made-to-order cushion. Another great advantage of the ProCollar is that it will not damage your furniture or mark your walls, as was often the case with the traditional Elizabethan Collar. Always monitor a pet post surgery to ensure collar is working properly. Some pets may be able to maneuver around any collar.
- Inflate ProCollar via air valve. (Do not use a
- To Secure ProCollar in place:
- Loop your pet's everyday collar through the
three inner rings of the ProCollar.
- Securely fasten pet's everyday collar.
- Connect Velcro strap on the ProCollar.
For larger breeds with longer limbs, or breeds in
between sizes, always size up!
Always monitor a pet post surgery
to ensure collar
is working properly. Some pets may be able to
maneuver around any collar.