BENCMATE Protective Inflatable Collar for Dogs and Cats – Soft Pet Recovery Collar Does Not Block Vision E-Collar

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BENCMATE Protective Inflatable Collar for Dogs and Cats - Soft Pet Recovery Collar Does Not Block Vision E-Collar
  • SCRATCH AND BITE RESISTANT – The inflatable collar is designed to protect your pets from injuries, rashes and post surgery wounds, it will prevent pets from biting and licking their injured area or surgical site and promote recovering from surgery or wounds
  • COMFORTABLE – Inflatable design and the soft outside material will let your dog wear it comfortably and it does not block your pet’s vision, they can eat, drink, sleep and play normally
  • EASY TO STORE – Inflatable recovery collar, you can deflate it and store it in a small space when you do not use it and there is a zipper opening on one side, you can take the bag out and wash the outside cloth
  • ADJUSTABLE – There is a strap on the opening of the collar, you can adjust strap for a perfect fit and put the strap side at the back of your dog’s neck in case of biting
  • DURABLE AND STABLE – The premium protective collar is soft and washable, it will not mark or scrape furniture and you can insert your pet’s everyday collar through the inner ring loops for a stabilization. Measurement differences may exist.recommended size is just a suggestion NOT a guarantee in fit as every dog is different. The product does not include an inflator. I suggest that you still buy products by pet’s neck circumference.If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Specification: BENCMATE Protective Inflatable Collar for Dogs and Cats – Soft Pet Recovery Collar Does Not Block Vision E-Collar

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Package Dimensions

8.58 x 5.83 x 1.89 inches, 1.6 Ounces

Item model number


Date First Available

April 27, 2017



6 reviews for BENCMATE Protective Inflatable Collar for Dogs and Cats – Soft Pet Recovery Collar Does Not Block Vision E-Collar

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  1. Avatar of Mandi P.

    Mandi P.

    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this product! My pup Delilah got spayed and I knew that she would have to wear some type of collar but didn’t like the idea of one of the big plastic e-collars. With this collar our pup could eat, drink, sleep, walk, and move around comfortably. She would occasionally bump into a wall, door frame or my husband or I with it with no damage to the walls or pain to us. On the inside there are loops that you feed their every day collar through, buckle their collar and then velcro the strap on the outside. She tried a few times to get it off but was unsuccessful. Most of the time though she didn’t even seem to notice it was on. She is a very itchy pup so she was constantly trying to scratch her neck because I’m sure it got itchy under there so it made me nervous about her popping a hole but it has held up well to the scratching. I highly recommend this product, it’s a great price and great quality. Also I found it to be true to the size chart. She is 52 pounds and fit into the large size range on the chart and it fits her very well, I was able to fit all five fingers between the collar and her neck and it was still snug enough that she could not get it off. If she would have had to wear it longer than the recommended 10 days I would have felt totally comfortable keeping it on her on a longer term basis! I hope I was able to answer any questions anyone might have!

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    Susan McGowan

    I am so happy I bought this product! My dog got spayed and cone was just not working. She absolutely hated it and could hardly sleep. So we explored other options and came across this product. It’s basically a travel pillow for dogs! It stopped her from licking her incision but also looks super comfy! I only deducted a point because the zipper wasn’t very durable and derailed after a couple days of heavy use.

    See below for before and after and decide for yourself!

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  3. Avatar of nrthwdswmn


    My golden retriever had some growths removed from the top of his head and behind his ear. They told me he couldn’t use a regular cone because it would rub behind his ear. I tried covering up his foot with 3 socks but he was still scratching. After 2 nights of sitting up all night trying to make sure he didn’t scratch, I found this donut. It was here by the next day and what a lifesaver. It went on just like it said and was very easy to secure. It sat at the same spot his collar does so there was no rubbing. He was not able to reach any of the areas where the surgery was. Afterwards, the hair came off pretty easily and then I just washed it up. I think this is a great product.

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  4. Avatar of JSS


    Our cat needs this collar to prevent her from pulling out her belly fur while she’s on a food trial for potential food allergy. The collar must stay on for weeks if not longer, so having something she can tolerate is super important. We all know how they hate the hard cone, so at first I tried a soft material cone. Poor cat kept tripping on it and could not get around. Bought this item in a small (she is a 13 lb cat). While it was effective at preventing her from getting to her belly, it was too tight around her neck. The two open ends were still an inch or two apart when around her neck. I then bought the medium. While the medium seems big for a cat (it is a little more difficult for her to maneuver with the bigger collar) it is the right size for her neck. I do wish they’d just make a cat specific one that was the neck size of the medium but the inner tube size of the small. Overall the medium is working for us with a 13 lb cat. Definitely much more tolerated than the soft or hard cones. She’s been wearing it for 3 weeks now and can eat, drink, use litter box. I’ve only clipped her nails once in this time period and there are no issues with her puncturing it or it deflating. Highly recommend.
    Update: it’s now been 6 weeks and the collar is still holding up fantastically. The medium was definitely the right size as the small had rubbed some bald spots on her neck from being too snug. She got used to the larger size within a day and it seems to bother her no more or less than the small did. Absolutely recommend 100%.

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  5. Avatar of Nick


    We used this after our puppy was neutered only to give breaks from the plastic cone. He was able to easily lift the inflatable collar over his head (his neck was about 13″ and we used a large). If his collar was placed through the loops, he would get his leg stuck trying to get out. When the need to lick his wound became less urgent at about 3 days in, he was more willing to leave the collar on and started napping with it. It helped to relieve him from wearing the hard cone full time and made eating/drinking/potty time much easier. I still used the plastic cone any time he wasn’t being watched diligently. While inflated, the collar width was quite large. He was not able to reach his wound at all.

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    Fit Kit

    Hallelujah! Big bravo to whoever invented these blow up collars for dogs. They are so much less cumbersome and more comfortable than traditional Elizabethan collars. Back when I was a vet tech, I saw so many miserable dogs in e-collars, but these blow-up ones are so much easier for the dogs to get used too. (And no more bruised and scratched legs for the humans)

    I recommend theses to my dog training clients and we’ve found they work for most dogs, although dogs with long snouts or long bodies may still be able to reach belly wounds or tail problems.

    As always, give plenty of encouragement when training your dog to wear one. I highly recommend buying one BEFORE you need it and working with your dog to acclimate him/her. Just think of it as one more tool in your “K9 wound management kit”. Young dogs or dogs who have not had proper training with these MAY possibly be able to remove or damage it, but dogs who are comfy with the sensation of wearing one, usually have no issues.

    One of my dogs is wearing one right now due to a knee injury, and yet she’s calm and comfy in this collar and she’s just about to doze off.

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