Comfortable leg protection. Ditch the cone.
The most comfortable, versatile, and effective solution for protecting a dog leg injury or surgery site.Shop now
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Keep your pet comfortable and protected throughout their recovery. Our patented
dog leg sleeve helps you ensure a safe and hassle-free recovery thanks to its
sure-fit, durable, and stretchable design.
Our dog-leg sleeve keeps your pup on the right track to recovery.
Discover a stylish
and comfortable way for your dog to heal from injury or surgery.
Lick Sleeve's patented design and meticulously
procured fabric is simultaneously breathable,
flexible and durable in order maintain your dog's
natural movements while also maximizing protection.
The Versatile Design of Lick Sleeve gives complete coverage
providing protection from almost anything.
Secure buckle system holds it all together for easy and fast removal.
Strong, silky-smooth, strap is trusted to maintain a consistent fit.
Sewn diligently with premium threads to provide longevity.
Stretchable material hugs the leg enough to be comfortable w hile breathable enough to facilitate healing.
Our sleeves have been carefully designed and tested to accurately form fit as many dogs as possible.
Easy to read Left and Right icons printed on both sides help indicate the correlating leg.
Lick Sleeve was developed by Dr. David Allman, DACVS to
increase compliancy when healing a dog’s injury or surgery site.
We’re proud that our product yields a compliancy rate 3x higher
than the #1 competitor.
How to put Lick Sleeve on your dog? Find How
A safe, comfortable cone-of-shame alternative for your precious canine
Look no further than Lick Sleeve! Get this dog recovery sleeve for your dog’s front and hind limbs to
ensure they recover properly.
An E-Collar amplifies sound, which can disorient your pup and cause unnecessary stress. Since dogs have more acute hearing than humans, the cone shape of the collar intensifies sounds and stresses them out. E-collars also impede the vision of dogs. Since these collars often extend past the eyes and ears, dogs will have difficulty maneuvering themselves as they can’t see and navigate their surroundings properly.
The cone of shame restricts natural movement. After all, dogs aren’t supposed to wear one. Having one around their neck makes dogs feel defenseless and causes them to be anxious and have aggressive behavior out of instinct.
An e-collar also prevents dogs from eating and drinking properly. The edge of the collar can touch the floor or tip their food and water bowls over. You’ll see your dog losing weight and feeling dehydrated if they continue wearing the collar for extended periods of time.
Your vet will instruct you to keep your dog from biting, licking, and scratching the surgical site as it can cause infection. Your dog will eventually try and remove the cone of shame after it realizes how irritating it is. Lick Sleeve is an alternative solution that will still let you comply with your vet’s orders regarding the proper recovery of your dog.
Cones are rigid and can rub against your dog’s neck, resulting in discomfort and possible skin irritation. Meanwhile, Lick Sleeve uses lightweight materials that allow natural movement. It also guarantees a perfect fit with its adjustable buckles and stretchable fabric.
While the cone of shame may seem practical at first, your pup will eventually find a way to have access to its wound, especially if it’s located on its hind legs. Lick Sleeve ensures 100% area coverages from your dog’s ankles up to its hips. Apart from licking and biting, this dog-leg sleeve protects the incision site from dirt, mud, and moisture.
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