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My Weimaraner had sutures on right flank. I was concerned the Kong cloud wasn't large enough in circumference to prevent him getting to the area if he was unattended. I used this Alfie with the Kong cloud behind it. It worked well and it was much more comfortable for him than the long cone from the vet. By itself this recovery collar would not be enough to prevent him from reaching the back area, but to prevent from reaching chest or upper front leg I'm sure it would be fine. Also this has a soft neck drawstring that locks in place where you select so no need for to use a collar with this.
My dog doesn't like anything on his head or around his neck but he was pretty comfortable with it because it was soft
Ordered this to replace the one my cat had managed to disfigure (and as a result was able to chew her paws) this one arrived bent and more closely resembled a football than a cone. Wouldn’t care, except my cat could still reach her paws.
It's what I like but it was too small for my dog if order bigger then ur dogs weight
The soft collar is nicer than the plastic one from the Vet. Theirs is clear plastic. It offers a view. The soft one still seems nicer
It's bent and my pups neck did not have the support he needed for him not to eat the topical ointment. It's a bad cone.