Looking for a better e-collar for dogs? Try an inflatable dog collar. It worked great for us! My dog took to it much faster than a plastic dog cone collar.

A Better E-Collar For Dogs: This Inflatable Dog Collar Works Great!

Looking for a better e-collar for dogs? Try an inflatable dog collar. It worked great for us! My dog took to it much faster than a plastic dog cone collar.

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DIY Elizabethan Collar - Alternative to the cone of shame! Easy to make too! (Would also work for a dog)

DIY Ecollar. A comfy and inexpensive solution to 'the cone of shame'. A towel and duct tape will do it. Dont get it too tight lol!

A comfy and inexpensive solution to 'the cone of shame'. A towel and duct tape will do it. Dont get it too tight lol!

Comfortable Dog Cone Alternatives - Whole Dog Journal Article

Stuff a cut off shirt sleeve with plastic grocery bags to needed thickness. Then tie or sew ends shut and connect ends together. I used a hairtie to take up slack so it was tight enough to stay on, but not so tight to cause discomfort.

DIY E-Collar Alternative for My OCD Cat | The Zen of Making, filled with plastic bags so it is lightweight!!  Need to make 2 in the next 36 hours, save $40 for the inflatable ones!!

Found this while looking for a softer alternative to the typical hard Ecollar for my chihuahua. DIY E-Collar Alternative for My OCD Cat

How to Make a Dog Head Cone to Prevent Wound Licking

How to Make a Dog Head Cone to Prevent Wound Licking

It is a dog’s natural instinct to lick and bite at a wound or at any ointment or medication applied to its skin. To help prevent this, a cone, o.

Creating a homemade dog cone can save you money.

Homemade Elizabethan Collars for Dogs

Design eco-friendly pet pouch

Design eco-friendly per lovers! Cucce per gatti (e per cani) con un occhio… and like OMG! get some yourself some pawtastic adorable cat apparel!

How to Make a Dog Head Cone to Prevent Wound Licking

How to Make a Dog Head Cone to Prevent Wound Licking

It is a dog’s natural instinct to lick and bite at a wound or at any ointment or medication applied to its skin. To help prevent this, a cone, o.

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