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Suits and Sleeves for Wound Protection

Your pet's been injured or had surgery - do they need a 'cone of shame'?

Some pets dislike cones/E-collars because they restrict vision and can get in the way when eating and sleeping.

Suitical Recovery Suits are made from soft, breathable fabric to cover the affected area without impeding your pet's daily activities.



• Soft and stretchy, even around the neck and leg holes.

• Popper fasteners to hold the Suit out of the way on walks and for toileting.

• The cat Recovery Suit is shaped under the tail for unrestricted litter box use.

• Ribbon loops to hold a collar in place.

• Inside pocket for an ice pack, sanitary towel, or incontinence pad.

How To

Measure Your Pet

Recovery Suits for cats or dogs: Using a tape measure, measure your pet along their spine, from their collar to the base of their tail.

Recovery Sleeve: Measure your dog along the inside length of their leg and then around the fullest part of their chest, right behind the front legs.

You can measure in cm or inches. Check these measurements against the size guide on the Suitical product page, or in this handy PDF guide. Please note that the example breeds listed are only suggestions. We suggest you measure your for the most accurate fit.

Between two sizes? For slimmer pets, we recommend choosing the smaller size. For overweight pets, fluffier or broader breeds like English Bulldogs they may be more comfortable if you size up.

We like to use pet shirts following operations as they act like a comfort blanket when the animal wakes up, much like a bandage [it] provides comfort for a wound.

Mowgli [the kitten] was very chilled out in his kennel lying upside down and playing with his toys, as well as looking extremely handsome in his [Suitical] t-shirt.

Lucy NowellVet at Station House Vets, North Yorkshire