No More E-Collar Misery

Alternatives to the “cone of shame” dogs wear after surgery or to let a skin wound heal.

There’s nothing more pitiful than a dog having to navigate his way around a room when fitted with a hard, plastic funnel-shaped Elizabethan collar, also known as an e-collar. These collars have been a necessary evil because it’s important that dogs’ mouths be kept from reaching a surgical incision or skin infection or wound that […]
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