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    Ok guys, I saw a e-collar type thing were it was more like a collar (didn’t extend past the face), but was supposed to stop a dog from turning and biting. These totally intreged me because I don’t get many biters, but I think dogs would not try to pull these off as much. Now I can’t find them-any ideas were to get them or what they are called?????? It was basically a very thick plastic collar thing

  • #2
    http://www.bitenot.com

    There's also the inflatable ones. I've seen them at Petsmart.
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    • #3
      it wasnt the inflatable ones were they?

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      • #4
        I am pretty sure that I saw these last fall at the "Fun in the Sun". I saw them at the Frank Rowe booth. You could probably call them to find out. I didn't get them, but I did look at them. They seemed to be a good idea, I think they stayed on with a velcro strap.
        (Frank Rowe and son)

        good luck,
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        • #5
          Hey...I have a question for anyone peeking in here.

          Do you think the BiteNot collar for kitties would prevent a kitty from scratching it's face w/ it's hind foot?

          The (real) E-collar on the kitty was only successful in a "World's Most Dangerous Videos" kind of way.
          Often it's not what you say, but how you say it.

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          • #6
            I didn't look at that site before responding before (sorry). The ones I saw were a thick/ firm foam material in different colors. If you are familiar with the floor tiles they make for little kids play areas you will know what I mean.

            I have done a St.P. that wears one of these collars shown on the site. He has an on-going skin issue. This collar does prevent him from digging at the spot on him lower neck area.


            sittingpretty

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            • #7
              I saw cool e collars that are soft fabric

              Probably washable and firm but like a nylon down type jacket would be. Flexible but firm enough. Probably comfortable to sleep in and wear as long as needed. I once knew a dog who had to wear the old lamp shade one 24/7 her entire life/ she was a nice Sheltie. The only time she didn't wear it was when I groomed her. Nothing helped her at that time. Not food, meds, nothing anyone knew of then. Very sad.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 4Sibes View Post
                Hey...I have a question for anyone peeking in here.... "World's Most Dangerous Videos" kind of way.
                I don't know if it would. It's not designed to protect face wounds. But it may make it more difficult or make him think he can't. Perhaps worth a try. Maybe that combined with nail caps on the rear foot?
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by 4Sibes View Post
                  Hey...I have a question for anyone peeking in here.

                  Do you think the BiteNot collar for kitties would prevent a kitty from scratching it's face w/ it's hind foot?

                  The (real) E-collar on the kitty was only successful in a "World's Most Dangerous Videos" kind of way.
                  I think it's worth a try...basically it will keep him from being able to bend his neck.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Erks View Post
                    I think it's worth a try...basically it will keep him from being able to bend his neck.
                    VERY good point. It would be for kitty Eggnog (numerous posts now) and colloidal silver isn't working. I've exhausted everything else I can think of...saw this and thought Maybe???

                    Tried nail caps. Once. 8 weeks ago. Big probs there. Too lengthy to go into...but that would have been a sort of easy aid too....was, actually...for a few days. If you discount the almost wheezing, gasping, blue tongued heart failure he about incurred during the application. Hard to negotiate w/ a fat, wheezing (respiratory complications) ex-feral...w/out him incurring his own demise.
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                    • #11
                      Thanks guys this helps a ton=found it!! you guys rock. P.S. 4sibes, sorry your little feral kitty is still having issues, that stinks!!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by scullysmom View Post
                        Thanks guys this helps a ton=found it!! you guys rock. P.S. 4sibes, sorry your little feral kitty is still having issues, that stinks!!
                        sculleeeeez...thank you. But for your posting of this collar thingie...it would not have even occurred to me as an option. It keeps getting worser and worser for Eggie...and I keep flailing about for anything that might work in a practical sense...I'm gonna give this a shot.
                        thanks for your inquisitivenesses.
                        Often it's not what you say, but how you say it.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 4Sibes View Post
                          sculleeeeez...thank you. But for your posting of this collar thingie...it would not have even occurred to me as an option. It keeps getting worser and worser for Eggie...and I keep flailing about for anything that might work in a practical sense...I'm gonna give this a shot.
                          thanks for your inquisitivenesses.
                          I know you said E-collars were a no-no but have you seen the soft, padded ones?

                          The Comfy Cone.
                          http://www.petco.com/product/108491/...omfy-Cone.aspx

                          Ignore me if you've heard this before. I just love kitties and hate yours is having problems.
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                          • #14
                            the foam collars are called Bite Busters and Frank Rowe has them. I have only seen ONE dog that could get the darn thigs off and he is a demon. Never thought about using them with cats......Bernie I am sorry nothing is helping your kitty but there HAS to be a solution, we just havent found it yet. These collars are not expensive and they are invaluable in their use. I use mine in conjunction with my GH to help the ones that know how to get their feet to the faces FAIL in that attempt. It helps a lot.
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                            • #15
                              I apologize, they are called COmfort Collars and are available at Frank Rowes.

                              frankroweandson.com/eshop/10Expand.asp?ProductCode=Comfortcollar Add the www and it will get you there.

                              I love these. They wee originally when I bought them years ago called Bite Busters.....which BTW is a great site for protectivewear for groomers!
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