Application: Easy to fit on the patient. The collar is closed without use of difficult tapes and strings. It can be adjusted according to the size of the petient's head, and fastened to the patient's collar by the straps.
Glad I found these by Shar from Houston, TX03/09/2013
These are the most durable and well-sized ecollars. Others we've tried are too flexible and quickly give way, become floppy, and allow my dog to get to the spots we are trying to let heal. Very few types are long enough to keep my very large dog (105 lbs) from reaching his hot spots. This one is the right length for a large dog with a long muzzle. Once you fasten the straps to a collar, you can unbuckle the collar and slip the ecollar on. It really does protect him from himself!
Okay Collar by Kathy from Tucson, Arizona04/07/2012
She was okay on the collar for about 4 days then she managed to rip it while entering in and out of the doggy door and shaking her head with a rubber tire toy. It is a little flimsy and not real hard plastic. Would probably be good on a smaller dog that did not use the doggy door. I have had other e collars from the vet that last longer. Even an older dog would probably do well with it.