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Bite Not Pet Collar

BiteNot Collars are an excellent alternative to the traditional Elizabethan collar. It provides unimpeded peripheral vision and allows your pet to eat, drink, sleep, and play while protecting the back, rump, base of tail, flanks, chest, abdomen, and genitals (even feet in small breeds). These collars are not recommended for protecting eyes or ears.

These collars are made of flexible plastic and foam and are machine-washable helping you easily keep it clean. They are the only cervical restraint with a harness strap, and that means these collars stay on. When choosing size, remember that the collar must stretch from behind the animal's ear to the top of its shoulder for maximum protection.

Features:

  • Provides unimpeded peripheral vision
  • Excellent alternative to the traditional Elizabethan collar
  • Protects back, rump, base of tail, flanks, chest, abdomen, and genitals (feet in small breeds)
  • Cervical restraint with a harness strap
Item Specifications:

How to measure:
While your dog is standing, measure from the base of the ear to the top of the shoulder blade. This measurement will give you the desired width and size of the collar. For example, if you measure 6", you will need a size 6.

Dog Sizing:
Size 3.5": for dogs under 10 lb. (i.e. toy poodle)
Size 4": for dogs 10-17 lb. (i.e. Bichon, Shih Tzu)
Size 5": for dogs 18-30 lb. (i.e. Spaniels, Terriers)
Size 5L": for dogs 31-45 lb. (i.e. Chow, Pit Bull)
Size 6": for dogs 46-70 lb. (i.e. Labrador, Golden Retriever)
Size 7": for dogs 71-100 lb. (i.e. Rottweiler)
Size 8": for dogs 101-140 lb. (i.e. Bullmastiff)

Cat Sizing:
Size 2.5": for cats under 10 lb.
Size 3": for cats over 10 lb.

Materials:
Plastic, Foam

Cleaning and Care:
Machine-washable

Warnings:
Not recommended for protecting eyes or ears

Recommended Use:
When choosing size, the collar must stretch from behind the animal's ear to the top of its shoulder for maximum protection.

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
3.5 x 16 220104 003 BN3-1/2 721343299356
4 x 18 220104 004 BN4 721343299400
5 x 21 220104 005 BN5 721343299509
6 x 27 220104 006 BN6 721343299608
7 x 28 220104 007 BN7 721343299707
8 x 32 220104 008 BN8 721343299806
5 x 24 220104 05L BN5L 721343299554
3 x 15 220104 CLG BNCAT2 721343288510
2.5 x 14 220104 CSM BNCAT1 721343288503

Product Reviews by Customers

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Very pleased with the collar
I am using this on my cat that has a wound on his lower neck that he would keep licking and wouldn't heal. I would recommend this medical collar, my cat can't lick the wound any more, it doesn't get in the way when roaming around, he can easily use the litterbox and eat & drink
July 8, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
Age of Pet (years):
3-8
What is your pet?:
Cat
Pet Satisfaction
Disappointed
Great alternative to the cone of shame!
Much more comfortable than the plastic cone. It worked perfectly for my dog because she had surgery in her neck/jaw area. This collar kept her incision safe from scratching while allowing her full range of motion.
July 2, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
Age of Pet (years):
0-2
What is your pet?:
Dog - Small
I think it's a brilliant idea instead of the cone unfortunately I never had a chance to use it I would definitely try it in the future if I needed to use it
June 1, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
Age of Pet (years):
9-15
What is your pet?:
Dog - Small
Pet Satisfaction
Content
Product did as advertised
The product did exactly what it was supposed to do. We used it for a day after he got neutered. Unfortunately for us our puppy sleeps in a crate at night and he just couldn't get comfortable with it on. He likes to curl up in a ball with his head tucked in and he couldn't do that. Nothing against the product at all though!
May 2, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Age of Pet (years):
0-2
What is your pet?:
Dog - Medium
I sent it back. the quality was not what I expected. The foam lining seemed like it would not hold up and the one elastic strap with velcro did not look sturdy enough to withstand a dog trying to get it off. It might work for someone but I wasn’t taking a chance.
April 24, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Why don't all vets sell this?
I have an 85-lb lab who just got neutered and immediately wanted to rip his stitched out. We tried to cone of shame (aka battering ram) and the inflatable donut (which made it hard for him to breathe) and finally paid for overnight shipping for the BiteNot collar. Don't be like me and go off weight- the 7" ended up being too tall for my lab's neck (he is an English lab, so he is stocky). Measure! I wasted $28 on shipping for something that worked great but was just too uncomfortable. He is wearing a large onesie until the 6" arrives.

The design of this is great. There is a thick elastic strap to add an extra level of security, and a chest strap. It does prevent them from looking side to side, but it allows the dog to sleep better and lay on the floor more comfortably. My dog got used to it, but like i said we needed the 6" because the 7" was coming up over his ears and it was obviously uncomfortable for him.

Another great product to try is the suitacle recovery suit.
January 22, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Clever design
So much better than the cone of shame. Our 90 lb puppy was bumping into everything and the edges of her cone were broken and sharp. We ordered the Bite Not collar and paid more in shipping than for the collar to have it overnighted. Great purchase. She was much more comfortable and so was everyone else. The only issue I had was that the strap around her body wasn’t chew proof. Her buddies chewed through it a few times.
October 23, 2017
Purchased
9 months ago
Great alternative to a Cone
This is a great invention! It is easy to put on my dog and it didn't seem to bother her at all.
She is able to turn her head, lie down and didn''t limit her vision.
September 24, 2017
Purchased
10 months ago
Made things much easier
My dog had surgery on his hind leg, above the hock, and the e-collar just appalled him (couldn't see, couldn't drink, couldn't walk around easily), so I tried the bite-not collar. It seemed to be comfortable, and he could move around just fine and after a while he just seemed to forget it was on.. The quality is nice and it was easy to use. Not sure how it would have worked if he was determined to get around it, but fortunately that wasn't a problem for us. I would definitely recommend giving this a try.
June 12, 2017
Perfect alternative to the cone of shame!
My german shepherd had surgery and was supposed to wear the cone of shame for 2 weeks. He broke it off within 12 hrs of being home. I ordered this collar and it was perfect! The sizing was right, it fit him very well. And it stopped him from being able to lick his abdomen/lower region.
May 24, 2017
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After our dog was spayed, she got out of her e-collar in a heartbeat and was miserable wearing it. We wanted to try a different option and the review were very good on this product.
Cheryl P on Jun 6, 2018
Alternative to cone of shame
RENEE S on Jan 22, 2018
After our dog was spayed, she got out of her e-collar in a heartbeat and was miserable wearing it. We wanted to try a different option and the review were very good on this product.
Cheryl P on Jun 6, 2018
post-surgery care
Barbara V on Mar 27, 2018
Alternative to cone of shame
RENEE S on Jan 22, 2018
We have a Great Dane having surgery and are trying both options to see which will work best
Donalda B on Jan 12, 2018
my cat needs collar and i hate the plastic one
Cara B on Dec 6, 2017
My dog is using the cone and not doing well with it. The vet suggested the bitenot collar, so we're going to give it a try.
susan R on Nov 28, 2017
vet recommended
Michael K on Nov 24, 2017
vet recommendation
Mary C on Oct 31, 2017
Ruby is our third dog...the old Elizabethan collars always seemed archaic with our first two Labs. We also sensed this Golden pup (having a spay procedure) would have more sensitivity to being uncomfortable. The inflatable collars didn't seem like they would be as comfy as this one. We shall see. -)
Jay L on Oct 15, 2017
Our puppy hurt his neck and it needs to be stabilized.
Gerald N on Oct 14, 2017
I will only use this collar on my 9 dogs when needed, seems more humane than the cone of shame! When a dog needs a cone or the Bite Not collar, they are not feeling well or have had surgery, why add to their pain & suffering?
Sheryl on Aug 12, 2017
our dog was injured very badly in her hind quarters over the weekend. we have already have one of this brand's collars, but it's too big for this dog. they're great because the dogs have better range of vision, unlike the cones of shame .. so they don't knock things all over the place when they have this collar on.
George S on Aug 7, 2017
have a dog just had surgery doesn't like the cone collar saw a friend with this for one of their dogs. thought it was a great idea and she raves about the product
Carolyn H on May 13, 2017
Easier on animals
Marcia M on Mar 8, 2017
My large breed dog was very uncomfortable with an Elizabethan collar since he has anxiety issues and I really needed him to stop licking his tail. I'm hoping this helps:)
Sandra L on Mar 1, 2017
When I have my dog surgery, I will have it here to put on.
RENE G on Feb 21, 2017
My dog has a wound on his left front lower leg and it he licks it and it has to heal, so I hope this does the job to prevent him to get the wound worse.
Howard H on Feb 10, 2017
Hard e-collar didn't work. Soft e-collar didn't work. Inflatable e-collar didn't work. Hopefully this will!
Fabian B on Jan 25, 2017
because video on youtube and reading states dog cannot reach back and hind legs and did not want cone of shame.
Tracy C on Jan 6, 2017
keeps my dog from turning his head around and knocking things over as when he wears the 'cone'
Shirley K on Nov 28, 2016
This seems like a good alternative to the hard plastic collars. I put one of those on my dog and she won't move hardly and certainly can't go out the doggy door with it on. I'm hoping she will like this one and it will keep her from licking a spot on her hip that she has irritated.
Sheila H on Nov 22, 2016
Because of the reviews and anything else is too cumbersome or too easy for my dog to get off himself.
Nancy D on Nov 17, 2016
dog has hot spots, need to stop him from chewing on them
karen v on Nov 8, 2016
my 15 year old cat injured himself jumping over a wire fence. (slit open his chest area) and the plastic cone just added to his discomfort and he had a very difficult time drinking/eating & walking. I then got the inflatable pillow although it helps with comfort and mobility - it didn't take my Ozzy long to figure out he could kick his way out of it. I'm hoping this product will be the solution
brenda k on Oct 30, 2016
I don't like to use the cone of shame and I heard this is just as effective and more comfortable when your pet needs to have surgery.
Renee on Oct 15, 2016
My 15 week old puppy broke her leg and was given a small cone to keep from chewing the cast. The cone is so cumbersome that she can't eat or sleep in her crate comfortably. My friend has one of these collars and loaned it to me and I think it is a better alternative.
Patricia H on Oct 9, 2016
after using an inflatable collar , my vet suggested this one. the inflatable collar he would just push it off.
javier l on Oct 5, 2016
better than the cone
Cynthia I on Sep 16, 2016
WITH THE BASIC CONE MY DOBE CAN STILL REACH HER SIDES AND CHEW. THIS COLLAR WONT ALLOW HER TO BEND HER NECK THAT FAR. THANK YOU DOG.COM
cynthia b on Sep 4, 2016
don't like cone heads
sue s on Aug 4, 2016
e collar is to uncomfortable for my pom
lorraine w on Apr 20, 2016
Our dog was severely burned by a heating pad by the Vet Clinic during the recovery from hey spay. She will loose he skin on most of her right side and top of her bum. It will be months of healing and we need an alternative to the e-collar.
Marlene H on Apr 17, 2016
dog's eczema
mary s on Apr 5, 2016
my cat is pulling out her hair and I am hoping this collar helps prevent her from doing that to herself
Joy M on Mar 27, 2016
E-collars and inflatable collars do not work well on Basset Hounds.
beverly s on Feb 25, 2016
We had one of these years ago but loaned it out and never got it back. We have a dog that had numerous incision sites from a surgery and the normal e-collar isn't cutting it for him. He is still able to get to some of the sites by his abdomen with the normal e-collar that this device prevents.
phlydude on Feb 3, 2016
great idea for post-op recovery time for my dog
Jean P on Feb 2, 2016
awesome pricing, better than amazon and ebay
Barbara U on Jan 28, 2016
This product worked great on the last dog I had spayed. Hope to see the same successs again this time.
David S on Jan 19, 2016
my dog has eaten the elizabethan collar and the inflatable donut type collar we purchased to keep him from chewing on himself after surgery.
Jessica K on Nov 30, 2015
Eliminate excessive licking on hot spots.
PAUL C on Nov 27, 2015
My dog keeps licking a spot in his upper flank (due to a previous surgery) and I an't get him to stop. I don't like to have to always put a cone on him when I leave the house. I want to try something new that is less restrictive.
KATHY R on Nov 26, 2015
This collar did not keep my dog from getting at her injury as well as I had hoped. The collar is very nice but I think it depends a lot on how it fits the individual dog. My dog's neck is very long and slender and she still seemed to be able to turn her head with it on.
MARY S on Nov 15, 2015
looking for a bitenot collar
Laurice R on Oct 27, 2015
Much better alternative to the cone of shame! Nicer for the pet to not be ramming the cone into the walls, your legs etc and it is more comfortable for the dog than the cone.
Nancy C on Sep 30, 2015
my toy poodle has a herniated disk on his neck and our vet suggested we order him this specific brand so he won't be able to move his neck.
Carolina M on Sep 9, 2015
In my opinion, this is the absolute BEST protection collar on the market......after any type of surgery to either a dog or cat. The animal is able to eat, drink, chew bones, biscuits etc without any problems. It is especially great for the animal as they aren't knocking into anything or walking into walls like the Elizabethan collars! They are also very comfortable for the animal to wear and easy to put on and adjust for sizing.
Janice M on Aug 20, 2015
toy poodle chewing on her legs
Brenda M on Aug 16, 2015
borrowed one for my doberman that had surgery. Didn't work. My dog got it off, chewed it and tore out stitches. I am replacing the one I borrowed!!
June P on Jul 13, 2015
Upcoming spay surgery
Catherine D on Jul 6, 2015
post-surgery care
Barbara V on Mar 27, 2018
We have a Great Dane having surgery and are trying both options to see which will work best
Donalda B on Jan 12, 2018
My pug puppy weighs 10 pounds now and is 6 months- what size would I buy?
A shopper on Jul 26, 2014
how do they work?
A shopper on Aug 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is a simple idea. If you have had a stiff neck, it affects the way you move. Even when you reach for anything. The dog cannot bend its neck therefore it cannot reach certain areas of its body with his tongue. It is important to get the size right. Too wide a collar causes the ears to fold up and it is not that comfortable. I had to buy the next size smaller in width. It worked very well in clearing up a elephant skin (yeast infection) near the front armpit. Moisture was the problem. The cone is great for small dogs but for large dogs trying to move through a house with a cone is very uncomfortable.
My husky is having her back leg ACL repaired she is 45lbs, should I go for size 5 which goes up to 45lbs or size 6?
Also will she be able to reach her back hock area in this device?
thanks,
Lisa
A shopper on Apr 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Size sould be determind by the length of the dogs neck.there should be a chart that tells you witch collar to get. I used the 2.5 on a 9 lb dog. Get the right size and it will protect his hole back leg.
Bassett hound male neuter will this protect his stitches?
jamie d on Apr 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would say yes. We rescue German Shepherds and have used these effectively after 100s of spay/neuter surgeries. The key is to have the strap tightened properly, it controls how much, if at all, they can turn their head. For most vets outer stitches have been replaced by glue but excessive licking can cause the scrotum to swell. Good luck and thank you for neutering your boy!
I have a mixed breed dog that wears the same size body harness as my Rottweiler but she has a little slim head like a greyhound. She can easily slip out of most collars. She was miserable with the cone when she got fixed.Now she has to have surgery in that area. Do you think the inflatable would work better cause you can kinda control the size better? HELP please.
Patricia L on May 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: My golden retriever had an inflatable collar for a while, but he managed somehow to get a hole in it. The bite not collar worked much better and it is more comfortable than the dreaded cone.
The bite not collar has a large area of Velcro that you can adjust, so I recommend that if you are looking for adjustability.
How do you wash and dry the BiteNot collar? We've used one for a while and it's getting stinky.
MALCOLM S on Apr 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I prefer to hand wash with Dawn and warm water. After rinsing out the soap you can soak the collar in water with baking soda (if it still smells to you). Soak for about thirty minutes, rinse well and air dry.
What is the best way to order this item. By weight or should I measure? Looking at buying for my puppy who is 4 months so that we will have when he is neutered at 6 months. He is a Boston Terrier and weighs 12 pounds right now. I just want to make sure I have it when he has his surgery which I know is a while away but wanted to be proactive.
Stacia L on Mar 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I ordered it by measuring. However, I can tell you that it ended up not working very well for my dog. The collar--unless it is augmented with some additional straps and other means of comfort can be easily slipped off by the dog. The collar because it is padded seemed to be very hot and uncomfortable around my dog's neck. I also found that my dog was very uncomfortable when trying to lay down and sleep because it is so stiff and teh front part of the collar "bit" into my dog's shoulders. My solution ended up being the purchase of inflatable e-collars. I bought a small one and a large one and stacked them. I also used zip ties to attach them to a harness (vs. a dog collar) so that they would stay back off the dog's face and not be pulled off. My dog was not the happiest but it sure kept him from getting near his genital area and he could still sleep. Since you have a puppy, you may be able to get by with only one inflatable e-collar and attach it to a harness. I have not found the inflatable e-collars at stores--I had to order them online.
Will this work for my dog licking her toes?
A shopper on Apr 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This collar, although appears extremely uncomfortable, works well for short periods of time to completely stop my sweet lab from chewing her legs, tail, and other extremities. I also put a t-shirt on her because of her excessive seasonal allergies. I would definitely recommend this collar, the cone collars unfortunately do not stop them from lower legs, tails, and feet.
is the size 8x32 mean 8" wide by 32" long (end to end)?
A shopper on Dec 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes the 32" inches is the length. I bought one for my large dog when I had her spayed and it worked beautifully. She was able to eat, sleep and walk with it on without discomfort. I would recommend it over a cone or Elizabethan collar.
My dog is licking his paws. Will this keep him from doing this?
A shopper on Oct 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: it helps them not bite the rear paws, but they can get to the front with little difficulty. hope this helps. rhe only other collar to prevent this behavior is the Satillite type collar.
What if it's too long around the neck?
Deb B on Jul 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The first time I put it on it took him about 1/2 day to get it off. My dog was 125 pound German Shepard. I used other methods to keep it on him but the best I could do was about two days maybe my dog was just a little crazy. I just ended up keeping a good eye on him and told him don't bite his leg. That helped a little and his wound finally went away.
My dog has allergies and is constantly biting his paws and leg. Sometimes scratching head with back paws will this be better then con?He is a pit bull.
A shopper on Jun 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I bought this collar for my German Shepherd when she was spayed 2 years ago and it is very good. It didn't bother her at all. In my opinion it is much better than the cone. I had to use it a few months ago because she had a "hot spot" on her hind leg and one again the collar worked great. I definitely recommend it. Plus with the cone they are always running into door jams and everything else.
my 8 year old Doberman male dog has some injury on his back right leg near lower joint (outer side). he is frequently biting on the wound and its not healing. By the time the wound dries he starts biting again. To prevent it from biting, can the bitenot collar help? Because its near lower joint, will it prevent him from biting that area? Can I buy this product?
mohini on Nov 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have a 25 pound dog and have used it to stop licking/biting on his stitches after neutering and on a hotspot on the back leg. My neighbor used it on her 20 pound dog after neutering too. It works very well because the dog can easily walk and can’t easily take it off. However, at night my dog was able to use a table leg to pull it off his head. I think the collar works better than the other collar. However, both our dogs were very sad when they wore the collar.
Has anyone used this on a dachshund?
A shopper on Oct 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I've only used it on dachshunds. 2 of my own and my parents borrowed it for their own dachshund. Worked great. Much better than an e-collar. Dachshunds can sometimes contort their body to incision sites with an e collar on but the bite not collar is totally different in restricting their ability.
What size would you recommend for a 3-pound teacup chihuahua?
McCune on Apr 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: How to measure:
While your dog is standing, measure from the base of the ear to the top of the shoulder blade. This measurement will give you the desired width and size of the collar. For example, if you measure 6", you will need a size 6.
The size you get from this measurement will be equivalent to the size chart:
Size 3.5": for dogs under 10 lb. (i.e. toy poodle)
Size 4": for dogs 10-17 lb. (i.e. Bichon, Shih Tzu)
Size 5": for dogs 18-30 lb. (i.e. Spaniels, Terriers)
Size 5L": for dogs 31-45 lb. (i.e. Chow, Pit Bull)
Size 6": for dogs 46-70 lb. (i.e. Labrador, Golden Retriever)
Size 7": for dogs 71-100 lb. (i.e. Rottweiler)
Size 8": for dogs 101-140 lb. (i.e. Bullmastiff)
does anyone carry the BiteNot collar 6 inch in store in Asheville, NC?
A shopper on Apr 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I apologize, we are unsure of what local stores may carry this product.
Pug size ?
A shopper on Sep 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You would need to measure your dog. Below are the specifications and instructions:

How to measure:
While your dog is standing, measure from the base of the ear to the top of the shoulder blade. This measurement will give you the desired width and size of the collar. For example, if you measure 6", you will need a size 6.

Dog Sizing:
Size 3.5": for dogs under 10 lb. (i.e. toy poodle)
Size 4": for dogs 10-17 lb. (i.e. Bichon, Shih Tzu)
Size 5": for dogs 18-30 lb. (i.e. Spaniels, Terriers)
Size 5L": for dogs 31-45 lb. (i.e. Chow, Pit Bull)
Size 6": for dogs 46-70 lb. (i.e. Labrador, Golden Retriever)
Size 7": for dogs 71-100 lb. (i.e. Rottweiler)
Size 8": for dogs 101-140 lb. (i.e. Bullmastiff)
Sizing?
A shopper on Jun 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hello! I have copied the sizing information below for you!

Dog Sizing:
Size 3.5": for dogs under 10 lb. (i.e. toy poodle)
Size 4": for dogs 10-17 lb. (i.e. Bichon, Shih Tzu)
Size 5": for dogs 18-30 lb. (i.e. Spaniels, Terriers)
Size 5L": for dogs 31-45 lb. (i.e. Chow, Pit Bull)
Size 6": for dogs 46-70 lb. (i.e. Labrador, Golden Retriever)
Size 7": for dogs 71-100 lb. (i.e. Rottweiler)
Size 8": for dogs 101-140 lb. (i.e. Bullmastiff)

Cat Sizing:
Size 2.5": for cats under 10 lb.
Size 3": for cats over 10 lb.
How do you know the right size collar for your dog?
Leonard S on Apr 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hello, please see the sizing guidelines as listed below.

How to measure:
While your dog is standing, measure from the base of the ear to the top of the shoulder blade. This measurement will give you the desired width and size of the collar. For example, if you measure 6", you will need a size 6.

Dog Sizing:
Size 3.5": for dogs under 10 lb. (i.e. toy poodle)
Size 4": for dogs 10-17 lb. (i.e. Bichon, Shih Tzu)
Size 5": for dogs 18-30 lb. (i.e. Spaniels, Terriers)
Size 5L": for dogs 31-45 lb. (i.e. Chow, Pit Bull)
Size 6": for dogs 46-70 lb. (i.e. Labrador, Golden Retriever)
Size 7": for dogs 71-100 lb. (i.e. Rottweiler)
Size 8": for dogs 101-140 lb. (i.e. Bullmastiff)
Our puppy is a five-month Whoodle A soft coated Wheaton Terrier / Standard poodle. She currently weighs 25.5 pounds and is scheduled to be spayed within two weeks should I order size 5 or 5L?
Karen K on Apr 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Please see instructions:

How to measure: While your dog is standing, measure from the base of the your dog's ear to the top of it's shoulder blade. This measurement will give you the desired width and size of the collar. For example, if you measure 6" you will need a size 6.
size?
A shopper on Apr 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello! Please see the information below. I have copied the sizing information for you.

Dog Sizing:
Size 3.5" for dogs under 10lbs (i.e. toy poodle)
Size 4" for dogs 10-17 lbs (i.e. Bichon, Shih Tzu)
Size 5" for dogs 18-30 lbs (i.e. Spaniels, Terriers)
Size 5L" for dogs 31-45 lbs (i.e. Chow, Pit Bull)
Size 6" for dogs 46-70 lbs (i.e. Labrador, Golden Retriever)
Size 7" for dogs 71-100 lbs (i.e. Rottweiler)
Size 8" for dogs 101-140 lbs (i.e. Bullmastiff)
Cat Sizing:
Size 2.5" for cats under 10 lbs
Size 3" for cats over 10 lbs.
My dog had surgery 6 YEARS ago on her hind leg. She will not stop licking it. Will this collar work?. She brings her foot in front of her mouth and licks.
Maureen C on Jun 26, 2018