|Breed Size||Extra Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Extra Small Breeds||Small Breeds|
|Health Feature||Recovery||—||Recovery||First Aid||Calming, First Aid|
|Material||Synthetic Fabric||Plastic, Vinyl / PVC||Plastic||—||—|
We got the regular cone from the vet, lasted about two days before he figured out how to chew it with it on. He also was not sleeping with the plastic cone. Put the inflatable cone on and he didn’t even notice. He didn’t try to get it off once. It’s quiet, comfortable and he can sleep, play, eat and drink in it. I would recommend putting the inflation point facing the floor, otherwise your pup may be able to get a tooth on it and open it to deflate it. It also doesn’t turn when on, so the pup has no access to the velcro. LOVE THIS!!
Works very well - be sure to thread the dog collar thru Still might have to watch we had to watch so that she did not get back to her spay stiches . . so we put a T shirt on as well MUCH better than the Elizabethan collar good price I had a friend who bought a onesie . . seems too much trouble for us
I bought two types of pillow collars to see which best worked for my pet. I thought the softness of this one would help because she has a sensitive skin issue. Pros: soft, velcro is better than others, 3 straps to attach to thin collar, no zipper issues (seems better than others), light weight Cons: Hole for air tube is not sewn thus it is shredding, velcro stitching is poor and already coming apart, the two straps are too far apart causing one to constantly roll and cut into my pets neck, material collects lint and debris like crazy