Comfy Cone E-Collar

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Comfy Cone E-Collar

4.2 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have a 90 lb Rotweiller that gets into just about anything u can think of. She cut the padding of her paw down to the tissue (side of paw that they put pressure on while walking). My vet that knows my little mischievous pup and was like not sure my dog couldn’t rip it out before I even left the vet office. She also explained the area where it is cut, makes it difficult for any dog to accidentally reopen the wound just by walking around. Vet and I decided to try the stitches because the wound really required it but she had no guarantee if us being successful Keeping the stitches and wound covered When I tell u, she is my mischievous and successful destroyer if anything in her path, I mean it. I’m stressing this point so u understand how shocked I was that this “cone of shame” was the first she did not attempt to destroy, not that I don’t think she could, but here’s what she didn’t. I brought her home with the standard vet issued plastic cone and supervised her closely because I know my dog, if I can’t keep the stitches in, I will be being dealing with an severely effective wound that will require weeks to months back/forth to the vet. The plastic cone also prevented get from seeing (I read this comment) and I looked for all different brands and I did not find any that did not obstruct the dogs view. I also looked at the ones that u blow up and just wrap around the neck to prevent them from messing with the wound. If u look closely (prices range you up to 50 bucks, they are like the blow up neck support people use to sleep better on an airplane to prevent neck soreness. I was very close to buying it for the same reason it did not obstruct the dogs view. I decided against it after listening to her concerns about this type not working for dogs like mine because they can easily destroy it since it does not have sides like the cone that extend outward. I’m glad I did my research because my dog would have love to bite into it since it looks like a toy. I found comfort dog and was scared to death to take the risk on a 30 Dollar “cone of shame” that did not look long enough on the sides to prevent my dog from being able to get the side farthest away and begin her routine Path of destruction. I need to add, it was also decided to mildly sedate her to make her want to sleep more which didn’t work but the meds helped lesson her to want to chew because she loves to just chew on things, makes her happy and in her mind, it’s just a new type of chew toy. I even had to board her during the day I was working because she did need constant supervision and for me the cost was less to board then to have to pay extensive medical bills trying to treat an infected wound on the pad of her paw (just a suggestion for anyone that might relate to my angel). The vet standard “cone of shame” was a good length and it appeared strong enough she could not get to the end to begin her chewing of the cone to get to the wound. Within 5 mins with me right next to her, the vet issued cone was destroyed along with her beginning to chew through the layers of bandage, next day back to the vet to pay to have it Grayce proofed again. So I went ahead to buy the comfort cone, here I why I think it is mg magical for dogs like mine. First, (my initial prediction) I was like no way, this is not as long and her mouth had direct access to the end but then I realized why she was not chewing it. She could see more than the vet issued due to the way it’s made. Ur dog will fit through doorways and not have difficulty moving around because of the sizing, she could move much easier around the house because it was not stiff and bulky. Second, it was comfortable to lay her head down to sleep unlike the vet issued which they focused on making the length of the cone and the width as big as it can be. The vet issued cone I can’t imagine is comfortably when the stiff bottom end is wrapped around the dogs next. The vet issued is also not flexible and more natural like the comfort cone is when it is securely fit around the next. If u had to wear that, would u also want to figure a way to get it off. The comfort cones focus is the same as the stuff vet issued, but they made it so the pet could have the greatest range of distance of sight, comfort, easily move positions while sleeping, and since it’s made like with nylon, it doesn’t get too hot. In addition the hard, stiff vet issue cone, prevents the dog from evening being able to chew treat while being kept under 24 surveillance. The comfort cone actually allows the dog to chew some things while in the cone which keeps them from being bored at a much better extent (not saying it causes a little work, but it can be done by giving a 6 inch bully stick vs the 12 inch she usually gets. U need to get a thin regular collar for it because the loops connected to the collar are small so a thick wide collar will be very difficult to get through the loop without snapping the loop. This method is so simple to get on and off the dog because u are actually using a regular dog collar to ensure it stays around the dogs neck. The velcro that holding the two sides together, surprising held up and did not stretch out or allow my dog to find to chew it up. I think my dog could have definitely destroyed this cone also, but I think because it’s like the “Ferrari” of cones, they don’t do it because it’s comfortable to wear. I allowed my dog to take it off when I was around supervising her and she acted as if it was just putting back on her collar. Conclusion I think this one works because the dog likes to have a built in pillow to lay against whenever they want and the vet issued cone appears to alert them this is foreign object which does not belong to them. Worth every penny! It lasted the time it took to heal which was a month including being boarded 5 days a week due to her needing to supervised. Oh just FYI, I have ASPCA insurance and they reimbursed me for the boarding charges since she required mediation administers daily and supervise care due to location if the wound. Anyhow, if this thing is Rotweiller Proofed, it is a great investment, also she did not destroy it and it held up very well and ready to use for her next adventure! U really need to buy it to understand they can do a lot more without unrestricted freedom and the thing is comfortable to warm
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Questions

This collar completely blocks peripheral vision. Why wouldn't you make this out of a transparent material? This is the exact opposite of comfy. It's cruel. It's bad enough my dog has to wear a cone you want to make it worse by blocking his vision too.

Asked by: Andy
I agree that all of the cones block the dogs view, but the difference between the plastic cones vs a nylon padded cone, is that the padded cone is comfortable.   I have a Rotweiller and she is a huge dog.   If she bumps into something wearing the plastic cone, part of the cone jabs her because it’s stiff and unable to bend.  The padded cone actually takes the impact on the actual part of the cone that hit it and even if it reverses and the bottom end hits ur dog, it bends so it doesn’t hurt.  The plastic cones are far longer and wider, so the dog has really no view, but this particular cone, isn’t as long (but enough) to prevent the dog from easily taking it off, but since it’s bendable, the dog can move the cone around to see what they wanted too.    Unfortunately the cone is needed until the dog is well and the biggest reason my dog destroyed the plastic cone and not the padded cone was because the padded cone was comfortable.  She could actually play with some of her toys, better ability to move freely around house vs walking blindly (getting stuck trying to move a stiff plastic cone the way they want it to go) and my dog got to the point she thought I was just putting on her collar.   This is actually the first thing of hers I can use again if she requires it    They also sell these like neck brace type things that u blow up and strap around ur dogs neck, I looked heavily into them because I shared the same concerns of u.   They were more expensive and the reviews I read, the dogs destroyed them or popped them from trying to get it off.  So really the only reason my dog wore it was because it didn’t feel like a foreign object, gave her enough distance to look around, she could actually chew on some toys and she loved the cushion round her face to sleep.    I though the same things u did and I was extremely nervous, but when it arrived, my dog really thought it was like part of collar and harness standards.   I hated the plastic cones and I think that is why my dog was able to twist it around, open the back clamps that held it together, and chew it to pieces.   U will be presently surprised and I would be surprised that once u try using it, u will see she much more vision then she would even if she had a window like clear cone.   It’s not the color, it’s the inability for the dog to turn their head to see what is going on the side, but this one, they can turn their head more sideways to look.   Anyhow good luck, but I don’t think u will disappointed, u will need a thin collar to attach to the cone because a thicker one u will be unable to get through the loops!
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What is Comfy Cone E-Collar?

The Comfy Cone E-Collar is a soft, cone-shaped e-collar that helps your pets heal and recover from surgeries, procedures, allergy flare-ups and hot spots in comfort. Foam-backed, padded, tight-gauge nylon that even prevents cats from getting their claws into the material. Opaque inner surface to reduce shadows and distorted views, like blinders for a horse, so pets stay calm. Reversible, inside out and from upright to around shoulders and chest. It has a reflective edge for safety and elastic loops at the neck to thread your pet's collar through for a secure fit at the neck.

For:

Dogs and Cats

Benefits:

  • Foam-backed, padded nylon
  • Water-resistant and repellent materials are easy to wipe clean
  • Reflective edge safety
  • Easy to fold back for freedom while eating and drinking
  • Can be worn around chest and shoulders
  • Removable plastic stays that allow you to adjust the rigidity of the cone to fit your pet's specific needs
  • Calming black interior

How does Comfy Cone E-Collar work?

Comfy Cone E-Collar prevents your dog or cat from reaching the wounded, sensitive or irritated area while still allowing them to walk, eat, sleep and play comfortably.

Cautions:

The Comfy Cone is an alternative to a plastic cone and as with any medical devices, please supervise your pet when they are wearing it.

Comfy Cone E-Collar Directions:

  • For added comfort, remove the three plastic stays from the inside pockets. For extra structure and support, the stays can be left in the cone.
  • Simply place Comfy Cone E-Collar around your dog or cat's neck and secure with the velcro strips. The cone can be worn around your pet's head, or reversed and placed over their shoulders.
  • For a more secure fit around the neck, thread your pet's collar through the elastic loops.
  • When using a Comfy Cone E-Collar for your pet, be sure to get the best fit. The Comfy Cone should extend from your pet's neck past their snout. Use the size chart on the Details tab to find your pet's size.
Tip:

Be sure to measure your pet first before purchasing to ensure the proper fit.

Comfy Cone E-Collar Dosage:

Comfy Cone E-Collar Usage for Cats
Weight Instructions
All weights Use as needed or as directed by your veterinarian
Comfy Cone E-Collar Dosage for Dogs
Weight Instructions
All weights Use as needed or as directed by your veterinarian
Comfy Cone E-Collar Dosage for Horses
Horses
Do not use!

Storage:

Keep out of reach of children and pets.

Comfy Cone E-Collar Details:

Comfy Cone E-Collar Size Details
Size Neck Circumference Recommended Breed/Species
X-Small 7-10 inches Chihuahua sized dogs, cats, & kittens
Small 9.5-11.5 inches Maltese, Yorkies, larger cats
Small Long 9.5-11.5 inches Dachshunds, Jack Russells, Italian Greyhounds (neck size of small; length of medium)
Medium 13.5-15.5 inches French Bulldogs
Large 14.5-17.75 inches Small Labs, Australian Cattle Dogs, Australian Shepherd
Medium X-Long 13.5-15.5 inches Greyhounds (neck size of medium; length of x-large)
X-Large 18.5-22 inches Golden Retrievers, Shepherds, larger Labs
XX-Large 19-27 inches Great Pyrenees, Great Danes, Shepherds, Ridgebacks with longer snouts

What is Comfy Cone E-Collar?

The Comfy Cone E-Collar is a soft, cone-shaped e-collar that helps your pets heal and recover from surgeries, procedures, allergy flare-ups and hot spots in comfort. Foam-backed, padded, tight-gauge nylon that even prevents cats from getting their claws into the material. Opaque inner surface to reduce shadows and distorted views, like blinders for a horse, so pets stay calm. Reversible, inside out and from upright to around shoulders and chest. It has a reflective edge for safety and elastic loops at the neck to thread your pet's collar through for a secure fit at the neck.

For:

Dogs and Cats

Benefits:

  • Foam-backed, padded nylon
  • Water-resistant and repellent materials are easy to wipe clean
  • Reflective edge safety
  • Easy to fold back for freedom while eating and drinking
  • Can be worn around chest and shoulders
  • Removable plastic stays that allow you to adjust the rigidity of the cone to fit your pet's specific needs
  • Calming black interior

How does Comfy Cone E-Collar work?

Comfy Cone E-Collar prevents your dog or cat from reaching the wounded, sensitive or irritated area while still allowing them to walk, eat, sleep and play comfortably.

Cautions:

The Comfy Cone is an alternative to a plastic cone and as with any medical devices, please supervise your pet when they are wearing it.

Comfy Cone E-Collar Directions:

  • For added comfort, remove the three plastic stays from the inside pockets. For extra structure and support, the stays can be left in the cone.
  • Simply place Comfy Cone E-Collar around your dog or cat's neck and secure with the velcro strips. The cone can be worn around your pet's head, or reversed and placed over their shoulders.
  • For a more secure fit around the neck, thread your pet's collar through the elastic loops.
  • When using a Comfy Cone E-Collar for your pet, be sure to get the best fit. The Comfy Cone should extend from your pet's neck past their snout. Use the size chart on the Details tab to find your pet's size.
Tip:

Be sure to measure your pet first before purchasing to ensure the proper fit.

Comfy Cone E-Collar Dosage:

Comfy Cone E-Collar Usage for Cats
Weight Instructions
All weights Use as needed or as directed by your veterinarian
Comfy Cone E-Collar Dosage for Dogs
Weight Instructions
All weights Use as needed or as directed by your veterinarian
Comfy Cone E-Collar Dosage for Horses
Horses
Do not use!

Storage:

Keep out of reach of children and pets.

Comfy Cone E-Collar Details:

Comfy Cone E-Collar Size Details
Size Neck Circumference Recommended Breed/Species
X-Small 7-10 inches Chihuahua sized dogs, cats, & kittens
Small 9.5-11.5 inches Maltese, Yorkies, larger cats
Small Long 9.5-11.5 inches Dachshunds, Jack Russells, Italian Greyhounds (neck size of small; length of medium)
Medium 13.5-15.5 inches French Bulldogs
Large 14.5-17.75 inches Small Labs, Australian Cattle Dogs, Australian Shepherd
Medium X-Long 13.5-15.5 inches Greyhounds (neck size of medium; length of x-large)
X-Large 18.5-22 inches Golden Retrievers, Shepherds, larger Labs
XX-Large 19-27 inches Great Pyrenees, Great Danes, Shepherds, Ridgebacks with longer snouts