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EJay Bite Free Collar 19-23 inch neck

by KONG

Price: $21.59 + $5.89 shipping
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  • Protects areas of procedures behind the neck from lick-bite response.
  • Animal can eat, drink and sleep in comfort.
  • Does not impair peripheral vision.
  • Removable chest stabilization strap for correct fit.
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000MSWNGO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,618 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Protects areas of procedures behind the neck from lick-bite response. Animal can eat, drink and sleep in comfort. Does not impair peripheral vision. Removable chest stabilization strap for correct fit. Can be worn for long-term recovery.


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Customer Reviews

We tried a traditional cone initially, but it scares the pants off of him.
NW Living
It's not working at all, my dog still can reach and lick her legs, useless at least for dog's back body, not recommended.
XIANG ZHENG
It seemed much more comfortable than the traditional e-collar and she was able to eat, drink, sleep with it on.
Frances Schnapp

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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Big J on July 12, 2010
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i was looking for a cheaper alternative to the "Bite Not" cervical collar for my dog. I figured that as cheap as this one was, it would be flimsy, and the photo did not show the triple velcro closures, or the additional quick snap strap that goes behind the front legs. the collar arrived quickly, was brand new, is made of thick plastic with dense foam for padding. two small velcro closure straps and one wide full velcro closure keep the collar secure, and the additional strap secures the collar so the dog can't slip it over it's head. My dog is very freaked out by conventional elizabethan collars, and the inflatable and floppy collars were ill fitting, and also scared my dog - plus those other collars made it hard for her to move around- so this worked out really well. the only thing to be aware of is that while this will keep most dogs from turning their heads to chew on their back ends, it will not stop dogs from using their back legs to scratch their ears or front end, and (depending upon their size, flexability, nose length, etc) most dogs can stil lick at their front legs and paws.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. DeCaro on November 1, 2010
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This type of collar is good for keeping our labrador from chewing on the tumor on her "elbow"...while being able to eat, drink, and live comfortably in her last days. Thank you for helping our best girl...
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By B. Strauss on April 12, 2010
This collar was used on a Great Dane puppy following surgery and worked in keeping her from getting to her staples located on her stomach.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By S. McGee on November 3, 2010
I bought two of these collars recently for my dog adult Bassets, who had each had surgery near their butt ends for different problems. With one, it worked like a charm, and I was able to substitute it for the Elizabethan Collar "cone of shame". With the other girl, the incision was in a different area, and she's extremely flexible, and she was able to reach it, so she had to go back into the cone during the worst of the itchiness related to the incision healing.

These cones are GREAT - well-made, well-sized, and easy to adjust to the specific dog. Quality was good, and the price is much more reasonable than the other "Bite Not" collars or the inflatable cervical collars (which would not have worked at my house because there's also a puppy in residence and she would have made very short work of the inflatable....

All in all, very satisfied!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Frances Schnapp on June 7, 2011
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It pretty much served the purpose and stayed securely around my dog's neck for 14 days. She was able to reach her tail but not underneath her stomach where the surgery was.It seemed much more comfortable than the traditional e-collar and she was able to eat, drink, sleep with it on.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Edward A. Meardon on June 8, 2012
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I bought this for my Basset Hound, as he "digs" at his belly until it is raw. He probably has an allergy or something, but I can't find the cause (and I've taken him to vets several times). I've heard that some dogs (especially big dogs) can get these off, but he has only gotten it off once, and that might be because I didn't have it on tight enough (it was still fastened with the velcro.) Basset Hounds are not known for their intelligence or persistence (he won't even push his way through a slightly ajar door!) so he didn't test this collar severely, but it does the job for him. This collar is stiff enough that he cannot twist around enough to itch himself raw. Otherwise he seems perfectly happy when wearing it, as it doesn't restrict his vision or hearing (as a cone would). I have also tried the ProCollar (an inflatable collar), which worked for a while, until he figured out that he could push past the collar to dig at his belly again. So far, I'm pleased with this collar.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By lsvt01 on March 14, 2014
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I am so happy I found out about this collar. My foster dog had to have his tail amputated due to a severe injury that wouldn't heal (it reopened every time he wagged it). No matter what I tried, he could still reach it, and eventually pulled out some of his stitches. He doesn't love being in this collar, but he likes it better than the e-collar, and most importantly, he can't reach his tail.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sires on November 25, 2012
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This would be good for maybe an overweight basset (or even a regular weight basset probably). I got this in an effort to keep my setter from chewing on her stitches and various other places after her surgery.

The chewing was a new problem for her and I was hoping that something to prevent her from getting to her preferred chew places while the steroids worked would be useful. The e-collar the vet gave her was too large and not only gave her the impression she could not get through the doggy door but also made her a danger to self and others as she knocked over stacks of books and hit others behind the knees on the stairs.

The E-J Collar fit fine and prevented her from getting to her stitches on her belly and the place on her mid back that she was chewing all of the hair off; however, she was able to get to the place around her tail due to the fact she was thin and flexible. So if you have the right dog this is far better than an e-collar and sturdy. The velcro and foam on the collar collect longish dog hair like you wouldn't believe. It now looks white instead of black due to this.

Do use the provided band to stabilize it.
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