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Product Summary:

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

3.8 / 5.0
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Pet Satisfaction
Disappointed
Happy then Sad
The profile of this collar is so much better than the traditional e-collar. My dog could see, wasn't crashing into things anymore and was generally a much happier pooch. Unfortunately, a few days after wearing it, she managed to wiggle out of it and tore it to shreds. Sadly, we are back to the e-collar for the duration of her recovery.
September 17, 2018
Purchased
2 weeks ago
Age of Pet (years):
0-2
What is your pet?:
Dog - Medium
Pet Satisfaction
Disappointed
Fits my dog fine, but he can still chew his tail.
Fits my dog fine, but he can still chew his tail.
April 22, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Age of Pet (years):
0-2
What is your pet?:
Dog - Small
Pet Satisfaction
Disappointed
Love this product! Does everything it’s suppose to do and I can have piece of mind!
This was a great deal, it works out great. My dog can eat and drink without being blocked by a cone!! I would highly recomend this product to anyone who’s dog had surgery in place of the cone of shame!!
April 8, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Age of Pet (years):
0-2
What is your pet?:
Dog - Medium
Pet Satisfaction
Disappointed
Did not fit my dog
Although I followed the instructions for measuring my dog and ordered the collar that matched, the collar turned out to be too big for my dog. It doesn't help that she has a tiny head compared to the size of her body, so the collar wouldn't stay behind her ears but instead sort of enveloped her head. Perhaps a smaller size might have worked, but her stitches are out now, so it's a moot point.
March 20, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Age of Pet (years):
3-8
What is your pet?:
Dog - Medium
Pet Satisfaction
Disappointed
still chewing!
I wasted $25... my border can still chew her back , so she still has a big bald spot!
March 3, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Age of Pet (years):
9-15
What is your pet?:
Dog - Large
Pet Satisfaction
Disappointed
Waste of Money
Not unlike putting your dog in a straight jacket. My dog hated it. Just stood there frozen. Didn’t even have it on 5 minutes. Bulky, and causing near total immobility of her head. Returned this item the same day.
February 28, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Pet Satisfaction
Content
I ordered the 4x18 collar as my dogs neck was too large for the 3x15. the width was a little too wide . A 3.5x18 would have been perfect but this one serves the purpose.
February 26, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Age of Pet (years):
3-8
What is your pet?:
Dog - Small
Pet Satisfaction
Disappointed
Buy kong cloud e collar instead!
It did not fit my dogs neck right and the corners poked his neck.
February 17, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Age of Pet (years):
3-8
What is your pet?:
Dog - Large
Pet Satisfaction
Disappointed
Not for genitals
It did not work to keep my giant breed male from licking his genitals. He was still able to reach & lick. It’s a good collar and I’m sure it would work for other things.
February 6, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
Not true to I size according to your specifications
January 20, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
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Why did you choose this?
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to see if the collar is better than the evil cone.
Heather f on Aug 22, 2018
my dog cant lift his neck or head
Cynthia D on Jun 10, 2018
to see if the collar is better than the evil cone.
Heather f on Aug 22, 2018
to get away from the other wide cone
Sheri R on Jul 16, 2018
my dog cant lift his neck or head
Cynthia D on Jun 10, 2018
I have a Maltipoo that is having surgery on his hip. Have used this style collar before for other pets and they don't seem as stressed as with the other style collars.
Barbara H on Jun 1, 2018
My dog can't get out the doggy door with the blow up neck collar.
Troy W on May 15, 2018
Upcoming spay
Kathy J on May 7, 2018
Works great when cat is overgrooming or scratching to let affected areas heal
Heather S on Apr 5, 2018
I have a dog with a long snout and a thin neck. She can get to the surgical glue after spay surgery.
Patricia M on Mar 20, 2018
This product was chosen to protect a neck wound that kept getting ripped open.
Laura B on Mar 16, 2018
needed it
Linda D on Feb 21, 2018
I have an older Border Collie who is suffering from constant chewing and licking her back. I needed a collar that would be as comfortable as possible for her. I hope this will fit the bill and let her heal.
Kelly D on Feb 16, 2018
I have a cone and a donut and my Dane still reaches her tail where she had surgery. Fingers crossed this one works.
Jennifer K on Feb 15, 2018
looks like it will work well, lots of other people have purchased this item and gave it good reviews.
Tamara R on Feb 11, 2018
My girl is having ACL surgery, hoping this can replace the cone of shame
Summer R on Feb 8, 2018
My friend told me it worked for her borzoi when she was spayed, so we got one for our borzoi and our collie.
STACEY M on Feb 8, 2018
my dog is going in for hip surgery and she likes chewing stitches
Diana E on Feb 2, 2018
To hopefully keep pet from licking front knee injury area
Sherry O on Jan 16, 2018
My Australian Cattle Dog is recovering from being neutered. He is currently freaking out over the Elizabethan collar the vet gave him.
Jeremy G on Dec 26, 2017
Great alternative to e-collar
NANCY S on Dec 21, 2017
Much better and more comfortale than the old fashioned "Elizabethan" Collars
Elise A on Dec 13, 2017
dog surgery
Katherine D on Nov 22, 2017
My dog has an allergy and will lick past the point of bleeding. This collar will not block her vision or interfere with eating or drinking.
Brenda V on Nov 17, 2017
This is a wonderful alternative to the "cone" It will however allow the dog to get to some areas. If it is the front legs, chances are they will still be able to get to it with this product. Otherwise good for the dog and my walls!
Janet M on Aug 4, 2017
My dog has issues with dermatitis on her feet. A regular cone could not keep her from licking her feet. Vet recommended the BiteNot Collar
Karen D on Jul 24, 2017
Cone too problematic, inflatables did not stop access to wound and did not stay on.
J. A. H on Jul 20, 2017
e collar not working
Andrea C on Jul 10, 2017
Keep our Shih-tzu from licking her forearm.
Mylene T on Jun 22, 2017
Needed to keep pet from scratching and her brother from licking her neck wound.
Ashley B on Jun 14, 2017
recommended by another Newfoundland owner
kimberly n on May 12, 2017
I needed an alternative to the plastic e-collar so my dog could hopefully be comfortable sleeping, eating, and drinking while still being unable to chew at his skin.
Mykala M on Apr 25, 2017
I was told this would help my dog feel less confined. Watching him with the cone, made me feel like he was in a straight jacket. This is so much better than the big cone he kept falling all over.
Valerie R on Apr 12, 2017
Chosen as an alternative to the cone
Sharon G on Mar 23, 2017
It looks more comfortable than the big collars.
Mary Ellen B on Feb 1, 2017
check this out on several sites and yours was the cheapest
Brenda P on Jan 1, 2017
My pup is the Houdini of getting out of collars, muzzles, etc. Needed a product like this so some hot spots on his hind leg could heal. This product comes recommended by our vet and we're hoping it works!
Julie C on Dec 19, 2016
I prefer these to e-collars
ELEANOR E on Dec 18, 2016
To keep my dog from chewing on a lump that is located on his hip that got infected. Hoping that once it heals we can remove collar.
Synthia M on Dec 7, 2016
read about it on the internet & your site was listed as having the product & after checking several other sites you had the best pricing. My dog needs the collar.
Denice J on Nov 25, 2016
My dog became very aggressive and agitated with the e cone so I'm hoping this solves that problem.
cindy M on Nov 18, 2016
based on other customer rviews
Mike D on Nov 15, 2016
Cat is crazy with biting and scratching until he bleeds and scabs over on his neck, rump and tail.
Joi-Clayr C on Oct 29, 2016
Hoping this works to prevent English Setter from chewing on incision on hind leg. He's very flexible and so far only a traditional cone works, but he's crashing into everything and isn't comfortable.
Janis D on Oct 23, 2016
We chose this item in the hopes that it will keep our Great Dane from reaching and chewing on his tail that had to be amputated due to "happy" tail then had to have more amputated from hitting the nub and chewing the stitches out even with the conventional cone. Lets hope this helps and it heals with out any further issues.
Lisa M on Oct 14, 2016
My dog removes a regular cone collar in a NY minute
Wendy H on Oct 6, 2016
These are phenomenal collars - especially when your pet chews because of allergies. No cone, no problem. The pet can get around, eat, drink and be fairly normal. They have become fairly hard to find. Keep them in stock!
Lisa S on Sep 13, 2016
referral from another user
Charles D on Aug 19, 2016
New type of protection for my Australian Shepherd who struggles with hot spots. I would like to see his face instead of a cone.
Gloria M on Jul 14, 2016
told by a my vet to get one
Tobby T on Jul 13, 2016
My puppy is being neutered and he goes through a doggie door, so a cone would never work. I think this collar is a brilliant idea. I'm so glad I found it!
Nancy C on Jun 15, 2016
Recommended by vet after cone didn't work
George F on Jun 15, 2016
to get away from the other wide cone
Sheri R on Jul 16, 2018
I have a Maltipoo that is having surgery on his hip. Have used this style collar before for other pets and they don't seem as stressed as with the other style collars.
Barbara H on Jun 1, 2018
I have a great dane so how would I measure to get the correct size?
Renee K on Mar 3, 2014
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
BEST ANSWER: Bite not collar. Our cat has the same issue and it stops them from scratching to the point of bleeding. I would put the sock or shirt sleeve underneath and bathe frequently.
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!
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.
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
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...
Are these protesters from other animals bitting your pets?
Raymond C on May 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, I bought the color after my dog had surgery and it stopped him from licking and biting stitches. He could not reach the affected area.
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.
Is this a one-size-fits-all and is it adjustable?
A shopper on Jun 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is not one-size-fits-all. The collar is adjustable for the circumference of the dog's neck, and the support strap is adjustable for the circumference of the dog's chest. You will need to purchase the correct collar to fit the length of your dog's neck. They have suggested sizes, but the best way is to measure between the top of your dog's shoulder blade to the base of its ear. The number of inches equals the size that you need.
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.
My 22lb dog is licking both rear legs raw. Have tried everything with my vet. Will this collar prohit her from reaching her hind legs?
A shopper on Dec 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Technically speaking it SHOULD, if fitted and applied properly, however we have all had that one dog that can figure a work-around. Unfortunately we can't guarantee that it would work for your dog.
Sizes for cats?
A shopper on May 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It depends on your cat.

The collar is not very flexible and it is wide. I actually tried it on myself to get a feel for it before attempting to place it on the kitty. It is very restrictive but cushiony so it's not too annoying....

My kitty was super annoyed with it. And since she was already dealing with a big sore it only caused more anxiety.

Our kitty did best without the collar but if you have a mellow maybe older kitty they might be okay with it.
Are they machine washable?
A shopper on Aug 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes they are. I put mine in a mesh bag. Came out good.
How long is the 3" cat collar?
A shopper on Aug 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi there,

As stated above the 3" cat collar is up to 15" in length. Hope this helps!
How do you use the harness strap?
A shopper on Jul 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I use it as pictured. The collar goes around the neck and the straps connect together under the torso. This was the only way she was not able to eventually remove it by herself. I bought this collar to keep my cat from scratching wounds in her neck and chin area.
How do you use the harness strap?
A shopper on Jul 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I did not like the collar. It may have been my fault, bought according to size chart and it seemed to keep her head to stiff. And she was extremely uncomfortable. I wont use it again.
What size for 89 lb Bulldog?
Julikat on Jun 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi there,

You will need to measure. 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 is 50 pounds what size bite not collar?
A shopper on Jun 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Please refer to the size guide further down under the Product Summary which says:

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)

For me, after I measured my dog, I got a Size 6 which worked for him. He weighed around 46 pounds at the time.
Has anyone used this on a Rottweiler after neutering? Ours is 2 years old.
Leslie K on May 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Leslie,
We've been impressed with this collar. Having dogs for over 35 years we've had our share of injuries and surgeries that have necessitated the use of some type of collar. The old fashioned types are terrible as the dogs are very uncomfortable and of course they get caught on everything. Best advice I can offer is to make certain on the sizing you need and you should be fine.
will this fit an English Mastiff weighing 178 pounds with a granuloma on back left knee area. Will the 8"x32' restrict him from getting at area?
vicki P on Jan 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We cannot guarantee that it will work for all pets as far as restricting from a particular area.
I have a lab that's about 70 pounds. What size should I purchase?
misty p on Aug 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi. I have a lab also. It's not the weight of the dog that you take into consideration. You have to measure below the dogs ear(s) along to side of the neck to just above the dogs shoulders.

The way you measure is explained in the content of the product.

Hope that helps.
' I need to know what size of this co klar would be for my 7 year old wire hair dochund?
A shopper on Jul 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We have a 12 lb cat - medium works for him even though he is considered "large." Large was too big. But it works great. Highly recommend it! Smaller will stop the scratching without limiting movement, eating and jumping on furniture.
I have a jack Russell mix she is 17 pounds, what size should I get her?
Bridgett A on Jul 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hello, you need to measure your dogs neck:
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.
Would this help a dog with spinal stenosis?
A shopper on Jun 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have no idea, but the collar worked well for our puppy after being neutered.
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.
My lab is 73 lb 7" bottom of ear to shoulder 19" around neck what size do I need?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have a runt basset that weighs 35 pounds. Her foster parent provided me with a loaner collar when I first adopted my dog. She had had a severe infestation and was scratching severely. The collar she furnished worked perfectly so I bought one to keep when I returned hers. I have never had to use it, but our two dogs are wildly different. This style of collar is fabulous compared to the Elizabethan. Her neck is 14".
i have a smaller pittty ,,,,what size collar for her?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 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)

When choosing size, the collar must stretch from behind the animal's ear to the top of its shoulder for maximum protection.
Will this collar prevent my dog from itching his neck? He gets bad itches from allergeies and itches his neck till its raw
Sarahhall on Jan 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This is more intended for use to prevent dogs from reaching other areas. I would discuss the matter with your veterinarian, it may not be a good idea to have the itchy area covered.
Any pet stores in north Jersey carry this item?
A shopper on Jan 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we would not know what retailers in your area would carry certain items.
My jack Russell measures 4 x13"...what size? Weighs about 15#.
A shopper on Nov 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I am sorry , but this item is measured by dimensions and not by weight or breed. Please measure your pet and use the sizing chart to determine which size item your pet needs. I have listed it 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)