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Yes, cats tolerate protective wear very well as it does not physically obstruct vision like an E-Collar which can trigger an immediate adverse reaction. The compliance rate is proven through case studies to be significantly higher than an E-Collar.
Unlike wrapping bandaging which irritates the wound, VetMedWear products slightly suspend over the incision and do not cause any irritation. It is therefore extremely uncommon for animals to bite at the fabric. As a deterrent to going near the fabric, a bitter spray can be applied onto the fabric.
With the correct size, it is very difficult for animals to remove since it covers their entire body versus. In comparison, an E-Collar goes around the neck and can often be removed by the animal’s front paws.
If your pet measures between two sizes it is best to choose the larger size. The string ties at the top allow you to adjust the fit. Choosing a smaller size may result in chafing in the armpit or groin area.
There are three features which allow the V-Bonnet to remain secure on their head. There is an elastic at the front of the bonnet, as well as another elastic mid-way down. There is also a draw-string that fastens under the chin that will prevent it from being pawed off.
For best results, clean the top surface of the mat with warm water and soap, and/or disinfect with a mild cleaner disinfectant. Wipe gently with a cloth or paper towel. Do not use alcohol to clean the surface. Using alcohol may cause pre-mature fading or smudging of the images. If stains are difficult to remove, it is safe to use bleach containing cleaners typically used for laundry or moisten cleaning sponges.
All types of contamination should be cleaned as quickly as possible as if not cleaned promptly, the stain may stay visible on the surface. If contaminated, clean the bottom surface with warm water and soap only. Do not rub hard as this may alter the structure of the padding. To dry the bottom, thoroughly let dry for 12 hours in room temperature.
It is very difficult for this to occcur as the surface of the Stable-Table mat is made from two layers of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) separated with polyester webbing for maximum durability and strength making the Stable-Table mat highly tear resistant with self-healing properties.
Each set of zippers serves a very important purpose. The top zipper will keep the cat safely in the bag. There are two zippers at the front for the front paws, two on either side around the middle of the bag to help you push the front paws out, and two at the bottom of the back for the back leg. The middle zipper serves as your point to help guide each leg out of the bag for nail trims or blood draws.
The oxygen flow rate depends on the recommendation provided by your veterinarian. Most concentrators will have a maximum flow rate of between 5 and 10 L/min. For more severe cases, the maximum flow may be configured and adjusted down as needed. Always consult your veterinarian before beginning treatment to ensure the safety of your pet.