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- The Bitenot collars are an excellent alternative to the traditional Elizabethan collar
- These collars are not recommended for protecting eyes or ears
- These collars are made of flexible plastic and foam
- Refer sizing chart in secondary image
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BiteNot pet collar the bitenot collars are an excellent alternative to the traditional Elizabethan collar. It provides unimpeded peripheral vision and allows them to eat, drink, sleep and play while protecting back, rump, base of tail, flanks, chest, abdomen, and genitals (even feet in small breeds). These collars are not recommended for protecting eyes or ears. These collars are made of flexible plastic and foam and are machine washable helping you easily keep it clean. They are the only cervical restraint with a harness strap and that means these collars stay on. When choosing size, remember that the collar must stretch from behind the animal's ear to the top of its shoulder for maximum protection.
Size: 6"W x 27"L
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Top customer reviews
Sizing was easy and the size that I measured was the same as the suggested size on the manufacturers website (confirming to me that my measurement was correct). The device fit on easily and it was great! The dog could eat and drink and didnt run into anything. He could maneuver and yet, could not reach the surgical site. Awesome!
However, I realized that it was keeping in moisture about 4 days later when I could see moisture in the clear plastic part. Worse yet, I noticed that my dogs neck was bleeding. This rubbed his neck raw. I've attached a picture so you can see what I'm talking about.
We are, unfortunately, back to the cone. This is a great idea for a device and hopefully they'll work on it to prevent trapped moisture and rub injuries. Maybe some vents and padding will help.
The vet recommended one of these, and it worked out great. He was a lot calmer with it and was able to have peripheral vision without knocking into everything. It helped him with bathroom activities, too. It wasn't perfect at preventing him from licking, but we kept the collar a little looser to allow him comfort. It's perfectly adjustable to allow for it. It also has leg straps that will keep a dog from kicking it off, although he still managed to get it off a couple times somehow.
Definitely a 5 star product. Even though it's not completely inescapable, I think that many calmer dogs it will work to a tee. It's padded for comfort and doesn't have the thinner edges that can cause discomfort to your dog (or you). It made my dog a lot less miserable during his recovery, and ultimately making sure he wasn't stressed out was worth it.
This works okay. I really need a 6 1/2 inch collar. The 7 is to long it digs into her shoulder and i know will cause a problem. The 6 is just not long enough. But it does deter her and it makes it "uncomfortable" to try to lick it. So its been pretty successful but I would love there to be a little more cushioning around the edges.
You do need to take the collar off some here an there to allow their little necks to breathe and get some air to it.