Turn Dog Post Surgery 'Cone of Shame' into Adorable Customs

A collection of dog recovery stories. Owners put their dog in the cone to avoid them from licking the surgery incision. We found some stylish collars that you might have never seen. Which one is your favourite?

 

Elizabethan/ Recovery/ E-collar

Commonly known as the “Cone of Shame,” an Elizabethan collar is originally a plastic cone tied around a pet’s neck to keep them from biting or licking at its body or scratching at its head or neck while wounds or injuries. Many pets find these collars strange at first and will attempt to remove them. Pets owners around the world level up their creativity to make their four legs friend feel better during recovery.

 

1-year-old Golden Retriever Gus | Kaitlyn Cotter

Samantha & Prosha | Instagram: @a_peke_and_a_pom

Penny the Frenchiepenny | Instagram: @myfrenchiepenny

Ralph | Instagram: @milo.ralphspuglife

Sylvie| Instagram: @almaverde22

Basil | Instagram: @basilcockapoo

Wally | Instagram: @wallyrescuedlife

Charlie | Instagram: @charlie.roux

Elaine | Instagram: @elainethedoodle

Luna| Instagram: @luna_the_hava


The Most Comfortable Dog Recovery Collar - Noah Lion.

This lion costume design recovery collar is light in weight, soft and comfortable. Pets can eat, sleep, and drink normally. Ideal for injuries, rashes and post surgery. Work great for both cats and dogs.

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