Comfy Cone Soft Collar
Comfy-Cone-Small - The Comfy Cone is a soft, comfortable alternative to the plastic lampshade surgery recovery collar for Pets.
Fits 7-12" neck (5.75" from neck to outer edge)
Made by: All Four Paws
The Comfy Cone is a soft, comfortable alternative to the plastic lampshade surgery recovery collar for pets. Prevents pets from licking, biting, scratching or pulling stitches out of wounds. Great for hot spots, allergies, post-surgery and any time you need to protect your pet.
Better than a hard plastic e-collar because it's comfy! Easily folds down to allow your pet to sleep and eat in a normal position. No more bumping into the walls. No more pushing the food dish across the floor, trying to eat or drink. No more stress from not being able to see. No more running smack into the pet door.
The Comfy Cone is comfortable, washable and flexible. Just as effective as a plastic cone, but made of durable fabric. Folds back if needed so you can adjust the length, increase your pet's visibility, assist with mealtimes or allow you to examine your pet more closely. Try that with a hard plastic cone! Attaches with Velcro, which is fastened all along the seam. This allows you to not only get a very comfortable, custom fit, but it also allows you to adjust how wide you want the open end to be. Change easily from a wider cone to a more narrow tube-like shape, depending on what your pet needs. Comfy Cone won Best New Product at the SuperZoo 2007 New Products Plaza.
- Made of durable rip-stop nylon
- Elastic loops so you can slip your dog's collar through - helps it stay on
- Thin foam inside - keeps collar's shape without being hard
- Wipes clean with damp cloth
- Machine washable
- Sturdy stitching and binding
- Folds flat for easy storage
- Velcro closure for greatest range of adjustment
- Reflective trim around edge for safety
- Use again and again
- Folds back if needed
Reviewed by Carolyn | 2-27-2016
It is too bulky even though it is lightweight. Overdone. Not made for cats. She just sits. It immobilizes her. Good temporarily but she is too miserable to use it for hours. Did the inventors own a cat?