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(Elizabethan Collar, Cone of Shame, Lamp Shade)
They are recommended for any dog or cat that may lick or chew at the incision.
We sell them for: $20.00
The Fine Print: If you allow your pet to lick and chew at the incision site, you may have to pay extra medical expenses to your local veterinarian and/or an emergency veterinary hospital. These charges could be well into the hundreds of dollars.
Check your pet’s incision twice daily for swelling, bleeding, discharge, or wound opening. Some of these symptoms are expected and are not cause for alarm, but if it seems excessive, please call (480) 594-1866
Your pet has buried absorbable stitches, also known as sutures, under their outer layer of skin. There is no need to return for suture removal for most pets. Some pets receive staples in their skin, normally due to the incision being larger than normal or if they were pregnant. If your pet has staples, they will need to be removed here in 10-14 days after surgery.
** If your pet requires a follow-up appointment for suture or staple removal, you will be told at the time of pick up.
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