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Kong Cloud E-Collar, Dog Collar, Large

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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

  • 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: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,379 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

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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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By mll on Sept. 18 2014
hasnt been used as of yet but looks like it should work fine!
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108 of 111 people found the following review helpful
Excellent product with these tips in mind Dec 6 2011
By Zia Dollface - Published on Amazon.com
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.
74 of 79 people found the following review helpful
Depends On Your Dog Dec 18 2010
By R. Brown - Published on Amazon.com
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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.
28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Wounds on the foot and long legs will limit usefulness of the product. Dec 2 2010
By Dusty - Published on Amazon.com
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My border collie had a perforation wound on her front paw and would not stop chewing on her foot. If she butted her e-collar just right, she could get to her foot and chew the stitches. Vet suggested this collar after forth surgery. He had another client with a dog that would not stop chewing on stitches on rear leg. Combining the e-collar and doughnut stopped that dog. Border collies can be obsessive\compulsive and hyperactive. These are terrible traits if you have to restrict their exercise and prevent them from getting what they want (foot in mouth). Although a border collie was pictured on the medium, I sized up to get the extra diameter because she has long legs. Blew the collar up and she bent over and started to chew on her foot. It would have been funny if I wasn't exhausted from fighting with her. I am not going to give it a bad rating. The dog just didn't have the right proportions to have it work out. Try the Comfy Cone Pet E-Collar, Large, Tan and this product together or by themselves if you are trying to protect your dog from itself. They are relatively cheap compared to multiple surgeries without the risk. I moved up to the extra large Comfy Cone so that she couldn't distort the cone enough to get the foot in her mouth.
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Works well for a Basset Dec 23 2010
By Cassidy L. Stockton - Published on Amazon.com
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Fergus, our 9 mo old Basset, had surgery on his front left leg. This involved pins and an 8 week recovery time. First off, he's a chewer, so we knew he needed a cone of some sort. Problem is, bassets are short and most cones hinder his ability to walk on uneven surfaces- he did fine on the hardwood floors. After 5 weeks of him putting up with his cone (my GOD! when he would try to snuggle up, it meant getting jabbed in the leg with sharp plastic), I came across this product and it looked perfect.

He is much happier now- not only can he see properly, but he doesn't have any trouble walking with it. I did have to cut the extra velcro (he's at the absolutely smallest size for the Large), but otherwise it fits great. I'm sure if his wound was lower on the leg (or on a rear leg) or his legs were longer, he'd find a way to get at it, but for the shorties- this works great!

Also- far easier to remove than the cone.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Doesnt work for German Shepherd Sept. 30 2011
By T. Erickson - Published on Amazon.com
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This is worthless for German Shepherds and probably any other long faced dog. Its no where near wide enough. It might work ok for short faced dogs. The quality is not very good either. The air plug back out easily all on its own.

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