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Bite Not Pet Collar

The BiteNot Collars are an excellent alternative to the traditional Elizabethan collar. It provides unimpeded peripheral vision and allows them to eat, drink, sleep and play while protecting 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 Elizbethan collar

    Protects dogs back, rump, base of tail, flanks, chest, abdomen, and genitals (even feet in small breeds)

    They are cervical restraints with a harness strap

Item Specifications:

 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.
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.
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

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dog is having surgery and didn't want the cone
BRANDY H on Feb 11, 2016
Wanted to try as an alternative to the cone of shame! Was effective but not entirely comfortable for the dog all the time. Caused pressure points under the chin.
Janna W on Feb 1, 2016
soft and easier on my dog
Sharon F on Feb 9, 2016
My dog keeps chewing. I wanted something other than the cone of shame. I hope this product works the way it says.
Meredithe O on Jan 29, 2016
I have a great dane so how would I measure to get the correct size?
Renee K on Mar 3, 2014
What about for a great dane getting neutered?
Sherri B on Jan 22, 2016
Best Answer: I used this briefly on our Aussie Shepherd after she was spayed. It worked but seems to give her a stiff neck, and I am sure it was the correct size. I'd recommend a soft fabric-like cone instead. In retrospect I wish I had ordered a few options well in advance. I wound up scrambling to find the right cone when the Bite Not wasn't right.
Reply · Report · J U on Jan 22, 2016
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I have a cocker spaniel and she hurt her neck - likely a disc is out the vet said - it hurts her to turn her head and shake it etc - she is a dog - she doesn't think about her quick movements - I am thinking something like this would stabilizer her neck from moving too far?
shelbydown on Sep 25, 2013
Best Answer: It will keep her neck stiff - like a neck brace. Only problem I see is the added weight. Human neck braces are vertically under our heads. Dog head is hanging out in front. The collar isn't heavy, but adds some weight...
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I have a Lab/GreatDane mix. He has "happy tail" and the tip of his (log) tail keeps bleeding. Do you think he'd still be able to get to the bandage with this collar? Thanks very much.
Margaret W on Jan 7, 2014
Best Answer: I bought the collar for my cat to keep him from scratching his neck. It worked great but I don't know how it will work for your problem. Maybe they can find someone else to ask. Steve
Reply · Report · Steven C on Jan 8, 2014
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I have a dane /staffy mix wound is on the tip of his tail have tried ever other collar he can still reach it too lick, will this collar enable him to turn around to reach it?
A shopper on Sep 13, 2015
Best Answer: I have a German Shepherd; she had a growth removed from the inside of her back leg. The cone the doctor gave her drove me nuts as she was constantly banging it on walls and doorways. Plus she was able to get it loor enough to get to the surgery site. The bite collar was great, really stopped her from getting at her sore and didn't bang on anything in the middle of the night.
Reply · Report · Lisa P on Sep 13, 2015
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how successful is this collor in preventing dog from licking front legs?
A shopper on Apr 14, 2015
Best Answer: It's somewhat helpful. Depends on where the dog is licking, and how long the dogs legs are. Sometimes they can reach their feet and pasterns. The higher up on the front legs, the least likely the dog will be able to reach the area you don't want them to get at. Make sure you you check the size chart to make sure you get a proper fitting collar. Size chart is on the product website.
Reply · Report · Debra N on Apr 14, 2015
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I have a rottweiller she has a 7 by 22 inch neck. which collar should i buy ? Are they adjustable ?
Tammy C on Dec 20, 2015
Best Answer: You want the collar to fit from the base of the neck to just behind the base of the outer ear. They are adjustable. So a 6" or 7" one should fit. We let clients try them on first to get the right fit at our clinic.
Reply · Report · Barbara G on Dec 21, 2015
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length of collars?
Heather A on Mar 29, 2015
Best Answer: I am not sure what the question is. If you are asking the length of collars , they are all mentioned in the drop down box. Example = 4X18 collar is 4 inches wide and 18 inches in length. Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Jen MStaff on Mar 31, 2015
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neck size is 18" for german shepard.....what size do I need?
A shopper on Oct 13, 2015
Best Answer: You'll have to measure your dog. The first number is the length from the ear to the shoulder and the second is the length. For our mini bull terrier with ear hematomas, I got the 3 x 15. True, her neck is a little longer than 3", but I didn't want it to ride up to the ear. And she usually wears a 14-15" adjustable collar so a 15 worked fine. You do have to consider which body part you need to protect. This worked really well for the ears, but I bet she could have gotten to her hind legs if she worked at it.
Reply · Report · Amy H on Oct 13, 2015
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Your size chart says 5L but the drop down menu does not have that. Is 5L available?
Susan H on Nov 9, 2014
Best Answer: Hi. Size "5L" is actually listed in the drop down box as 5 X 24.
Reply · Report · Jen MStaff on Nov 10, 2014
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Neck size is 19 inches..Doberman...What size?
A shopper on Oct 22, 2014
Best Answer: You may want to re measure these guidelines.

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.
Reply · Report · Michelle PStaff on Oct 22, 2014
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I have an older English Bulldog. She has major bacterial issues on her neck. I tried cutting a shirt sleeve off and putting it around her neck to keep skin off skin but it just rolls up. Do you recommend this product for this situation?
Michelle A on Aug 22, 2014
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