Do recovery suits work for dogs? The Recovery Suit® is a professional alternative for the medical cone and/or full body bandage. Available in the versions Dog and Cat. This versatile Recovery Suit® protects the surgical area after neutering/spaying. Prevents dogs and cats from licking, scratching or biting the wound or sutures.
Is a Recovery Suit better than a cone? However, for medical conditions affecting the limbs, face, and tail, an e-collar is your best bet. The e-collar works by limiting the reach of the tongue, it also limits the animals ability to scratch at its head. So, it is more versatile than the dog recovery suit that covers only the dog’s chest and abdomen.
How long should dog wear Recovery Suit after spay? After your dog or cat has had surgery (no matter how old or young they are) you MUST keep them restricted for fourteen days.
How do you use a dog’s Recovery Suit?
- Step 1: Roll up the Recovery Suit® with the middle head opening in your hand.
- Step 2: Followed by inserting one leg into the provided smaller leg opening and the other leg into the other remaining smaller opening.
- Step 3: Now pull the Recovery Suit® over your dog’s body all the way to the back.