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Crazydowg

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http://www.drsfoster...fm?pcatid=15678

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No, but this one works good for my guys. It doesn't block peripheral vision and they can still get through the dog door.

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[quote name='1crestie;816888]No' date=' but this one works good for my guys. It doesn't block peripheral vision and they can still get through the dog door.[/QUOTE']:ROFL: ...... this one looks like the dog got his head stuck in a blood pressure cuff and it is starting to inflate

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1crestie

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:ROFL: Kevlaur. It does look like a BP cuff! I must say it looks much better on my Cresties, plus mine is clear flexible plastic with stylish red trim. :B):

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Before you spend more money on another collar try making it at homeTowel E-Collar -

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Before you spend more money on another collar try making it at homeTowel E-Collar -

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Crazydowg

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Before you spend more money on another collar try making it at homeTowel E-Collar -

Yes Horseplay, I've seen it already. Thanks. Did you try it?

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http://www.drsfoster...fm?pcatid=15678

I bought one of these (from this same place), for when my Elvis had his last cancer surgery on his front foot. He was still able to reach his foot, but after lots of reminders from me, he finally stopped licking, and just wore the collar. Then one day during the healing period, he and Harley were playing, and Harley's tooth punctured it, and that was the end of it! lol

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I tried it the first one with Ricky when he got neutered and i dunno if it was too heavy or what but he just had his head down on the ground and wouldnt move :S

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I tried it the first one with Ricky when he got neutered and i dunno if it was too heavy or what but he just had his head down on the ground and wouldnt move :S

:ROFL: I can see the picture!

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Some friends of mine have had great success with the inflatable collar. Muffy used the one that 1crestie posted, she some how got out and ripped her stitches out. When ginger had her little toe surgery , they put the traditional cone of shame on her, and it went fine, tho she was pretty miserable .

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Auggie recently had a bout with a bad rash & needed to be kept from chewing his feet @ haunches. I tried 3 different types of collars. The clear hard plastic type, a softer cloth version of the hard plastic type & an inflatable. The inflatable did not stop him from reaching the affected area & the soft one was too heavy. Much to my surprise, the tried & true clear plastic worked best.




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