Applications in a Veterinary Practice
The collar was designed to be a sensible solution to the everyday patient management of an esophagostomy tube (e-tube) in the cat and dog. The adjustable collar fits securely around the animal’s neck, with a hole for the tube and a Velcro™ strap to secure it when it is not in use. Circular quilted cotton pads are supplied to place between the collar and the skin, protecting the wound to absorb drainage from below and protect from contaminants from above. It eliminates the need for owners to attempt to learn bandaging techniques, as well as unnecessary repeated visits to your office for re-bandaging. Primary benefits include:
Styles and Usage:
Kitty Kollars are made in solid “clinical” colors, as well as patterns. We suggest that you purchase collars to place post-surgically, then offer clients the option to purchase a pattern of their choice to take home. Each collar is packaged in a plastic bag with a laminated information card, and comes with 6 protector pads (a one-to two week supply). Kitty Kollars are made in the US by hand and your satisfaction is guaranteed. Suggested retail is the same as our direct price. Please call or email Jorgensen Laboratories at 1-800-525-5614 email@example.com for pricing and a list of distributors that carry the product.
We have begun using them for all cats immediately after tube placement. It's not only easier for technicians and owners, but far less stressful for our kitties. All I've gotten are rave reviews! I'm planning on stocking plenty in hospital, but usually direct them to your site for replacement pads and/or extra Kollars.
Veterinary Emergency and Referral GroupBrooklyn,NY
I think that they are going to be a good seller here. I love them and am a little sad that I didn't think of them.... ;)"
Liz, Veterinary Technician, Feline Medicine
Texas A & M
".. thanks for the rad Kollars! We used one in a beautiful 15 year old cat with a long-standing lung tumor for palliative nutrition/hydration, the pink Kollar, she looks absolutely smashing in it!"
Shenandoah Diehl, DVM
Chief of Staff
Advanced Critical Care & Internal Medicine