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Kong Cloud E-Collar, Dog Collar, Large

by Kong

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  • Inflatable collar for injuries, rashes and post-surgery
  • Premium protective collar
  • Washable
  • scratch and bite-resistant
  • Will not mark or scrape furniture


Product Details

Size Name: Large
  • Product Dimensions: 38.1 x 1.3 x 38.1 cm ; 249 g
  • Shipping Weight: 249 g
  • Item model number: EL1
  • ASIN: B0045Y1JGG
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Nov. 1 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,798 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Size Name: Large

KONG Cloud E-Collar is a comfortable, inflatable e-collar that doesn't interfere with your dog's peripheral vision or their ability to eat and drink. Greats for dogs and cats recovering from surgery or wounds, these collars are washable, scratch and bite-resistance and will not mark up floors or furniture. Available in five sizes. For larger breeds with longer limbs, or breeds in between sizes, always size up. Always monitor your pet to ensure collar is working properly. Some pets may be able to maneuver around any collar. Note: Sizing chart provided above the product details

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Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
This is a pretty good product; my dog was much more comfortable than with the regular "lamp shade" type head restraint.
She needed to have this one for about 12 days after surgery and the product stood up very well during the whole time.
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By Melissa M on March 27 2014
Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I bought this product because my dog has severe allergies, and was having a flare up all over her skin... She was scratching, itching, and biting constantly, leaving scabs, hot spots etc. I thought this would be a better alternative to having to put a cage muzzle on her during the day to avoid her licking and biting.
The picture for the medium size is a border collie, that is what I have, so I figured it would fit her. Although she did look cute wearing it, she was able to reach over and lick her back, so it did nothing to keep her from licking her stomach and hind legs.
The pillow also deflated very quickly, not sure if this is due to a hole or because the cap is too easy to come off.

All I can say is, if you want to try this product, always go for the larger size, in case you are wavering if your dog has a longer snout, like a border collie type breed.
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Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By mll on Sept. 18 2014
Size Name: Large
hasnt been used as of yet but looks like it should work fine!
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114 of 117 people found the following review helpful
Excellent product with these tips in mind Dec 6 2011
By Zia Dollface - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Large
My scaredy-cat wimpy dog LOVES this pillow collar! She was terrified of the clear plastic cone and managed to break it from freaking out and crashing into things. The soft "comfy-collar" type doesn't allow for peripheral vision which is a problem for her and it entraps her ears as well as snags on everything in sight because of the exposed velcro. I have a Skye Terrier (picture a sheepdog on a basset hound's body) who obsessively licks and chews. (We've spent a fortune on food trials, testing and other meds and such at the vet, so please don't offer advice.) We keep this collar on her pretty much all the time because it prevents her from chewing herself bloody and she loves that she has a nap pillow that goes everywhere with her. I do have some suggestions for you that we've learned over the past few months of using this collar that may save you time and make the collar work even better for you. 1. Put your dog's own collar through the loops inside this collar. It will look like it will never fit, but if you had the dog collar adjusted properly before this addition, it will still fit. It conforms around your dog's neck once the inflatable pillow collar is on. It will be much easier if you use a dog collar that kind of plugs in like a seat belt, rather than one that has the thingy that you have to poke through a hole. 2. Inflate the pillow collar to the maximum amoumt of air it can possibly hold and make sure you poke that little valve thing down inside or it will deflate on you. 3. CUT THE TOES OFF A LARGE SOFT SOCK and put it on the inflated collar. (I'll explain this more in a minute) 4. Put the whole thing on your dog and after you secure the dog collar and then the velcro on the pillow collar, pull the sock over the velcro to keep it covered, especially where the opening in the inflatable tube is. This opening seems gravity-driven to always point down, and so this opening will always end up at the bottom, under your dog's chin. The velcro can cause a great deal of friction for some dogs and until we started using the sock, my dog had a big scab under her neck from the velcro. 5. About once a week or more often if you take this off your dog a lot, re-inflate the tube to make sure it still is very full, wipe the collar off so it doesn't get too stinky and put a clean sock over the collar. VOILA! IMPORTANT NOTE: If your dog's collar isn't snug enough or the pillow collar isn't inflated enough, it will move up and down on your dog's neck and your dog will be able to get around it to chew. Some dogs will figure out how to do that with any collar, but this one really works for us. Best wishes to you and your pet.
76 of 81 people found the following review helpful
Depends On Your Dog Dec 18 2010
By R. Brown - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
I used this for my 8 month old female lab after her spay surgery. I didn't put it on her at first because she was still sleepy from the surgery. I put it on her that night and make sure it was secure and I didn't blow it up all the way so she could sleep, she was still a little drowsy.

This product is very easy to take off and on the dog unlike the plastic cones which are way more difficult to take off and on, esp. if you have a squirming dog you're trying to put it on.

The next morning I inflated the collar all the way and readjusted everything so it fit correctly and she seemed fine with it. I put her in the kennel to take a nap after breakfast and went outside for a couple of hours and when I came back to check on her she had somehow chewed the Velcro strap in half, seriously it was in half one part was still on and the Velcro part was still sticking to the other side. She got the collar turned around and tore the outer blue cover at the the corner section at the seams; then chewed off the air spout even though it was tucked into the hole down into the cover. So in all this lasted about 4 hours on her being awake and about 7 hours with her being sleeping and napping.

This product isn't really bite-resistant as it claims to be and I'm disappointed because most of Kong things really do stand up to my dogs beatings.

I wish I would have seen this product sooner because it would have been absolutely perfect for my male dog. He is fine with me putting things on him and he wouldn't have chewed it up and it would have made my life a lot easier when he was in recovery from his neuter surgery. So it just really depends on what type of dog you have if this product is going to work for you. If you have a Houdini dog like my female is you probably should go with the hard plastic cones but if you have a more tolerant dog like my male this will work perfectly for you.
40 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Life saver for a dog who HATES the cone collars! May 10 2011
By C. Snider - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I got this Kong inflatable collar for my Jack Russell Terrier, after he had surgery to remove a cyst on his side. The regular cone collar from the vet rubbed his neck (it was a stiff plastic) and he never seemed to get comfortable with it on. I felt terrible putting it on him, and he had to have the stitches in for 10-14 days; so I looked for another option. I got the Kong collar with quick 2 day delivery, and was using it 20 minutes after it came. The inflatable inner-tube type collar is really an inflatable "bladder" with a softer material covering over it. The horse-shoe shape makes it easy to put around the dog's head, and the Velcro easily attaches on top. My dog seemed to like it better instantly, and he could easily walk around, drink from his bowl and jump up on the couch/stairs. It was also easier for him to sleep--since the collar is like a pillow of sorts. Also, the neck measurements for the product were accurate. My Jack Russell's neck was about 11 inches, so I got the medium, which was for 10-13 inches. Perfect. And so far it's kept him away from the stitches and seems comfortable at the same time... I'm thrilled with this product! The only issues he had with it were when he tried to eat from his dish on the floor; it's not an elevated dish, so when he bent down, the collar made it tough for him to reach the bowl. That was easily fixed, though-- I just took the collar off during meal times.
47 of 49 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic! Feb. 8 2011
By Samantha Bilodeau - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Small Verified Purchase
I bought this for my little 9lb shih tzu for after he was neutered and I am SO GLAD that I did! The vet sent him home with one of the standard e-collars and neither I nor my dog were especially excited about it...

This inflatable collar was apparently comfortable enough for Wicket (my dog) to sleep in and he didn't struggle at all when I put it on or off of him. He could eat, drink and play with his toys without any problems at all, yet he wasn't able to lick or bite at his incision site at all.

There were no issues (as he healed enough!) with him even going up or down our stairs or jumping up on the couch. And it didn't look as ridiculous on him either.

I HIGHLY recommend these collars over the cone-style collars.
34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
The best of the collars Jan. 1 2012
By myopc2012 - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: X-Small Verified Purchase
My 7lb cat had a hernia operation that required the use of an Elizabethan cone for 10 days. She was sent home with the floppy kind that could be worn down over her body, but she's so small and the fabric was so long that she kept tripping over it. I went back to the vet to get the standard hard plastic collar, which my cat couldn't remove but was clearly uncomfortable for her. She was bumping into everything and falling off the furniture. She couldn't eat, drink or use the litter properly and, when the poor thing started to walk backwards in an attempt to get away from the cone I couldn't bear it any longer and just removed it. While searching for an alternative, I found this inflatable collar and it has been, by far, the best one for my cat. It was large enough so that she couldn't worry her stitches, but not so large that it affected her ability to judge distance, so she wasn't walking into things. She was able to eat, drink, sleep and use the litter box freely. The velcro strip in the front holds it on tightly, but doesn't press against her throat she didn't even try to remove it. She still gave me dirty looks, but at least her stitches remained intact.

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