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Dog blow up collar are one of the most significant things that you can buy for a dog
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Seven had some minor surgery on Friday, which I will explain below. He came through the anesthesia and the surgery amazingly well. He has a few stitches at the base of his "boy part" and I need to keep him from licking and biting the area. I've tried everything I can think of...the E collars, regular and soft, and the blow-up donut kind cause him to have a panic attack and wildly paw at it and roll around (he's completely deaf and lack of peripheral vision is a problem for him and his neurological issues cause occasional poor balance). I've tried boxers and a female dog washable diaper...his body is so long that they are bikinis on him and slip off as soon as he moves. I even tried a t-shirt put on upside down but he slipped out of that, too. I am completely willing to be with him constantly for the next two weeks until he get his stictches out, but I do have to sleep! Does anyone have any suggestions? Seven is a big boy...he weighs just over 90 lbs and but his body is very long and narrow. Jun 18, 2011 - I am now a fan of the blow-up e-collar. It is like an inner-tube that they wear around their neck. If a dog runs into anything, he bounces off.
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Photo provided by Flickr1 day ago - Recovery collar that you blow-up. An alternative to the traditional cone, good for post surgery or an injury that dog is not to lick. $4.00.
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I stopped after work tonight to pick up a magical inflatable dog collar, rumoured to prevent wound licking and incision aggravation. The new collar is made by Kong and it’s called the Cloud. It was an instant success! Quest relaxed as soon as I finished fastening the blow-up ring around her neck. Luckily, her own collar threads through the Cloud, so she is securely clipped into the thing without the need for extra hardware. The folks at Kong don’t have a clue who I am and have not asked me to review their product, but I am eager to recommend this fantastic alternative to the traditional “clunk, scrape, and gouge” plastic cone because it’s working so well for us. Check out our happy foster mutt:for a doberman, the blow up collars also wont typically stop them from accessing their body - their necks are too long and they can reach around - i tested them and every single one of my dogs could. in addition, ive seen the collars spontaneously deflate unfortunately. if you attach two together, it may function better for long necked dogs. for brachycephalic breeds they work great. i either recommend a bite not (the firm plastic neck wrap) or a traditional collar for dobermans.I’m not a huge fan of the plastic e-collar because it messes with the dogs balance. I’ve had a few dogs fall over when they tried to walk. I’ve also had them take me out, as well as my furniture, when they ran through the house. I’m not a fan of the blow-up e-collar. Check out Larry and Festus. I even got my husband to try it out.I’m not a huge fan of the plastic e-collar because it messes with the dog’s balance. I’ve had a few dogs fall over when they tried to walk while wearing an e-collar. I’ve also had them knock me over, as well as my furniture, when they ran through the house. I am now a fan of the blow-up e-collar. It is like an inner-tube that they wear around their neck. If a dog runs into anything, he bounces off. Check out Larry and Festus. I even got my husband to try it out!