The ProCollar - X-Small will stop your cat from biting and scratching themselves due to allergies, wounds or stitches. The ideal aid for post-surgery home care, this veterinarian-recommended cat collar is the perfect alternative to traditional Elizabethan or "cone" collars. Easily inflates via air valve. Then thread your cat's normal collar through loops and fit around neck with self-fastening hook and loop tape. Extra-durable, zippered PVC cover protects plastic inflatable liner. Can be used over and over. Easily washes, is scratch and bite resistant, and won't mark, scrape, or scratch furniture like traditional Elizabethan collars. Always monitor a pet post surgery to ensure collar is working properly.
1. Inflate ProCollar via air valve. Do not use an air compressor.
2. Secure ProCollar in place by:
a. Loop your pet's everyday collar through the three inner rings of the ProCollar
b. Securely fasten pet's everyday collar around his/her neck.
c. Connect Hook & Loop Tape strap on ProCollar
Always monitor your pet post-surgery to ensure ProCollar is properly working. Some pets may be able to maneuver around any collar to reach wounds or stitches.
Great concept depending on breed and injury by Roxy from St. Paul, MN07/05/2010
I bought this for our yellow lab Roxy. She had surgery on her hind leg. Unfortunately, she can get to the wound with this on if she really wants to. I think this collar would be effective if the wound was in a different area such as the belly. The collar definitely limits movement, but not enough for her to not lick her hind legs.
this is my third one by lschopf from boston11/06/2013
it's comfortable for them to rest on & i needed the correct size from what i had. i had one that was used for a small kitten and one that was a little larger than this. as long as they fit properly, they won't slide off with persisent efforts.
Cone of Shame no more by KrazyKats from OREGON01/14/2014
I just purchase one of these for my cat Bonito. He is Siamese, which speaks for itself. Over the past couple of years he has increasingly become neurotic with licking himself. We thought it was a food allergy, then a dust allergy then a pollen allergy. As it turns out it just plain nerves. We talked about getting a "cone of shame". But it didn't seem very nice. When we found these inflatable type, we had hope. It is so nice to see him resting comfortably. Ahhhhhh : ) Highly recommend. Just be careful no to make it too tight. And if your cat goes outside..... take it off.