The Comfy Cone™ All Four Paws™ Collerette de convalescence pour animal domestique
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- Collerette souple brevetée, de forme conique, en nylon rembourré d'une couche de mousse.
- Fermetures à Velcro pour un bon ajustement, réversible et facile à mettre et à enlever.
- Supports en plastique amovibles, pour renforcer la structure là où cela est nécessaire.
- Résistant à l'eau/hydrofuge, et facile à nettoyer avec de l'eau et du savon.
- Testée et approuvée par des vétérinaires.
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Description du produit
Comfy Cone est une collerette confortable et souple pour votre chien ou votre chat. Ce produit empêche l'animal de lécher ou de mordre des blessures en cours de guérison. Le Comfy Cone a été testé par les vétérinaires et essayé avec succès sur des chiens anxieux et/ou agressifs. Ces derniers se sont sentis en général plus calmes et moins stressés car le port du Comfy Cone leur a permis de rester dans leur « petit espace personnel ». Le Comfy Cone est disponible en noir et kaki, dans les tailles XS à XXL.
Conseil : En plus du Comfy Cone, vous pouvez aussi réduire les démangeaisons et l'irritation en administrant à votre animal, par exemple, le complément Puur Derma ou Puur Hotspot.
Constituée de tiges flexibles en matière synthétique qui permettent de maintenir sa forme. Ces tiges peuvent être retirées de la collerette afin de replier une partie ou la totalité du Comfy Cone. Votre chien pourra ainsi facilement manger et boire.
Souple et agréable à porter.
Offre une protection optimale.
Conçue en mousse résistante recouverte de nylon laminé.
Flexible, elle s'adapte aux objets que votre chien peut heurter.
Réversible, ce qui est très pratique lorsqu'un côté est sale.
Résistante à l'eau et imperméable.
Facile à ranger à plat.
Liseré réfléchissant unique permettant une bonne visibilité dans l'obscurité.
Facile à mettre, sans avoir à faire passer la tête de votre chien dans la collerette.
Peut être fixée au collier du chien pour qu'elle reste en place.
Facilement ajustable grâce à une bande Velcro résistante.
Conseil pour le choix de la taille...
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While our pup has used the inflatable travel pillow-like "cone, but not a cone" in the past, because of the spot where he was licking that the travel pillow wouldn't block, we knew he needed a real cone this time. Our dog LOVES sleeping in very human-like poses - on his back, resting in a pillow, passed out in a seated position in front of the TV - so we knew that a hard cone wouldn't work well for him.
While he didn't love it when we put on the comfy cone, he didn't hate it. He had no problems sleeping with it at all and it did the job to protect him. He could kind of eat and drink with it on (the struggle was very real), but the sleeping and protection made it totally worth it for us and him.
Our dog occasionally buries his food and water first with his imagination, which was kind of a hilarious dump truck-like disaster sometimes with the cone. It made his cone smell like dog food and he got a questionable amount of food into his mouth because he's not very good at negotiating angles or figuring out alternate routes in general. It's definitely possible to eat with the comfy cone on because he did it many times over the course of the month looking like a possessed and hungry funnel, but your mileage may vary.
In dog world, I think of the cone like a medical device. The relative rating is more about the function than anything. For people, if you broke your arm and got a cast, it'd be tough to ever give a cast 5 stars because you're pretty annoyed the whole time, but if it did the job like it was supposed to and did it well in a sucky situation, that's pretty much a 5 star product. That's how we thought of the comfy cone.
I think this is a great product overall, but here are some of the key points that I can think of:
- Because we attach our leash to our dog's collar, we didn't weave his collar through the cone. It was a lot faster and more reasonable to velcro it around his head separately from his collar.
- We only had our dog wear his comfy cone in the house. Because it's so opaque, it was pretty disorienting for him to wear on walks and made him walk really weird. We gave up on that very quickly. Luckily, it only takes a second to take this off and put it back on.
- Easy to put on and take off your dog's head using the velcro. It's seriously simple, even if you don't weave it through your dog's collar.
- Velcro is a lot more secure than you'd think. Our pup only wriggled himself out of the cone one time in a month, which was probably because we put it on too loosely.
- Dogs can really sleep with in it on. Our guy really didn't care. He passed out like a little portable satellite dish .
- Material doesn't scratch the dog's neck.
- Protects really well as long as your dog doesn't have a really long nose.
- Pretty easy to store. We went on a trip and had to bring the comfy cone with us - no big deal.
- Outer material on edge is a little reflective. We didn't really have our guy wear his cone outside after the first couple days, but it was kind of cool to see.
- If you get a medium size and up, you can wear it on your neck and make some funny jokes. Your dog will appreciate the shared experience.
NOT SO GOOD STUFF
- Dogs are not big fans of the velcro sound. We went with the band-aid "TEAR IT OFF AS FAST AS YOU CAN" method instead of drawing out the sounds for best results.
- Because it's made of similar material to a winter jacket, it will pick up about 25% of smells. Our pup is pretty stinky and the cone didn't get really bad. However, if you have your dog wear the cone on walks, it will probably get stinky because the cone will be all up in the dirt, brushing up on plants with pee on them, etc.
- Because it's opaque, your dog has no peripheral vision. There will be some disorientation in the beginning, but our guy calmed down pretty fast.
- Like any cone, if you crate your dog, it will be an adventure for them to get in wearing this comfy cone.
- If you have a lot of stairs or doggy stairs in your house, there will be some missteps where your dog hits his face on the stairs and gets really discouraged.
- Like any cone, eating may be a mess.
- It's not a perfect circle. Ours would sometimes end up as a triangle, sometimes a square, but it always did the job!
For post-surgery, due to the massive incision, I looked for an alternative to hard plastic e-collars and found the Comfy Cone. It works quite well and I am extremely pleased. The only slight issue is that due to the weight of the buckle on his collar, the top where the sides of the Comfy Collar meet, tend to slip down under his chin. Other than that, Hunter barely seems to notice the Comfy Cone and sleeps quite comfortably with it in place.
HERE ARE SOME RECOMMENDATIONS: Before using, (1) position the Comfy Cone so that it is open and under your pet's chin. Do not close it yet around your pet's face. Allow your pet to sniff and explore the Comfy Cone (2) speak calmly to your pet while introducing the Comfy Cone and anytime you secure it (3) secure it while speaking gently and offering verbal praise to your pet (4) if your pet is resistant, offer a 'high value' treat(small pieces cut up, cooked chicken or hot dogs) only after the Comfy Cone is secured, and (4)frequently take time to reach inside the cone to rub your pet's head & offer praise while the Comfy Cone is on. Any pet will buck and resist the Comfy Cone if you approach them too quickly with a foreign object that obscures their peripheral vision. Make it a pleasant, calm experience and reinforce it with praise.