BENCMATE Protective Inflatable Collar for Dogs and Cats

BENCMATE Protective Inflatable Collar for Dogs and Cats - Soft Pet Dog Cone Recovery Collar Does Not Block Vision E-Collar(Medium

BENCMATE Protective Inflatable Collar for Dogs and Cats – Soft Pet Dog Cone Recovery Collar Does Not Block Vision E-Collar(Medium, Blue)

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Neck Circumference 19″-25″ (48-63cm) 12″-18″ (30-45cm) 8″-12″ (20-33cm) 5″-8″ (12-20cm) Up to 5″ (Up to 12cm)
Diameter 6.7″ (17.01cm) 5.5″ (13.97cm) 3.5″ (8.89cm) 3.2″ (8.38cm) 2.7″ (6.86cm)
Width 16.9″ (42.93cm) 15.3″ (38.86cm) 9.4″ (23.88cm) 7.5″ (19.05cm) 6.1″ (15.49cm)
Net Weight 0.54lb (247g) 0.45lb (203g) 0.22lb (102g) 0.16lb (73g) 0.10lb (45g)
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Deflate before remove bladder
Insert daily collar if needed

Weight: 150 g
Size: [Neck:8"-12"] Medium
Dimensions: 19.5 x 14.2 x 4.1 cm; 150 Grams
Colour: Blue
Pack Quantity: 1
Batteries Required: No
Batteries Included: No
Dimensions: 19.5 x 14.2 x 4.1 cm; 150 Grams
Quantity: 1
Size: [Neck:8"-12"] Medium

10 Responses

  1. IUPSelenejr says:

     United Kingdom

    Our pup destroyed his cone in less than 24 hours. Banging into things and trying to pull it off. Has had the inflatable donut on for 5 days now and still perfectly in tact. A lot more comfortable and settled.

    5.0 out of 5 stars Life saver!

  2. TaraCuningham says:

     United Kingdom

    Having had a lump removed from her tail, we were facing 3+ weeks in a ‘cone of shame’ when I bought this. It has been BRILLIANT and comes highly recommended from us! Our legs and furniture haven’t been battered and she has been able to sleep/eat/drink happily whilst, most importantly, being unable to mess with her surgical site. Well worth it!

    5.0 out of 5 stars A godsend!

  3. FreddyOkeefe says:

     United Kingdom

    Our two-year old mini panther has Dermatitis so we need something to stop the scratching after we’ve put the foam on him. All the other cones (drawstring fabric, clear plastic) rendered him a wall-clinging zombie due to his whiskers being covered. Quite upsetting.
    But this one is great (size S) – at first he was not impressed (it’s a neck thing after all) but then it let him do his usual prowling, jumping, eating, mogging around. Everything except scratch. So, so pleased.
    Cat-owners – buy it!

  4. MitchellFsb says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought this our cat after eyelid surgery and it has been a godsend. He was struggling to walk around, eat and drink with the cone supplied by the vet but this allows him to move with ease and he seems much happier with this on than the cone. Highly recommended.

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Dog had a small cut on back leg from groomers. She wouldn’t leave it alone. This worked great to give it time to heal. Threading her collar through the straps on the inside worked great.

    5.0 out of 5 stars Works grea

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    My 2 kittens were spayed on Friday. I bought a surgical “T shirt” for each of them from the vet. (25) and from the moment I got them home and put them on, even though they were still off their faces, with vet drugs, they were just beside themselves and so stressed. Also the rear leg elastic on the shirts sat in their incision site so I don’t think it was comfortable at all. Then I tried the cone of shame that the vet provided. Awful awful!! They were tying themselves in knots, falling over themselves as they were still off their heads, and sooo distressed. These are brilliant. Stay on, no stress, stops access to the surgical site. They’re a bit unbalanced with them and can’t get through the same gaps in the house that they expect, but no backing up, no flipping out, no freezing in fear. They just work. A bit tricky for them to eat, but they manage. These are the best answer to stopping a cat/kitten disturbing an incision site that I have ever seen. Why don’t vets stock them? ( just make dure their normal collar is a tiny bit looser before threading through the inflatable collar, and check that you can get a couple of fingers in under their throat. Also check when their curled up sleeping, that it leaves their throat and neck free enough not to cause a danger to them. You can also remove the outer cover for washing. I cannot recommend these highly enough.

  7. MeriditBradley says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a good product, definitely bite resistant, however for a smaller dog they can still reach around to areas wanting protection at a certain angle. It was really helpful, but could only use when in direct superviso

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    easy to inflate, easy to attach to the collar
    But our dog did manage to rip apart a couple of the loops and get it half off her head
    its definately better than usuing a cone but does the job required when you cant keep an eye on the dog

  9. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    My clever dog did manage to get his paw caught in the collar and he was in some distress. I was there at the time and wouldn’t really recommend leaving this on the kind of dog that might do this if he was unattended.

  10. ruby says:

     United Kingdom

    He seems very comfortable with it regarding eating & sleeping.
    The only downside it does tend to lose pressure after a day or so & is quite uncomfortable to blow it up! I think a small pump at a bit
    extra would be ideal.
    I would therefore recommend the Bencmat to anyone who needs a collar of some sort.
    Well done for a great product!