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4-way stretch fabric is lightweight & breathable.
Foam padding is made of high quality sound absorbing material for ultimate protection.
Easily integrates with other gear like goggles and muzzles.
Low profile design allows for stable protection even in tight spaces.
Flexible design seals around ear for maximum sound protection.
The hood like design uniformly distributes pressure to be held in place without straps.
My border collie has developed a fear of thunder and fireworks. These have been super helpful in keeping him calm and from panicking. I am very impressed with the results. He tolerates wearing them without any issues.
We have an english bulldog he is not scared of fireworks but just runs and barks until I am afraid he is going to have a heart attack, this is definitely not made for a fat neck dog. He was not able to hear with them on but even though his neck is smaller than the largest size it was too snug around his jaw and esophagus I had to clip both end of the stitching to prevent him from choking with it on. I am going to see if a seamstress can add some additional elastic in the bottom seam or maybe some velcro I hope this does not compromise the sound effect........ just some food for thought I am quit sure it works seamlessly for a dog with a thinner head and neck.
I think that this is better designed than the other hearing protections on the market. However, I think the snood might be too long. It's tight on the gullet and it still slides around. I think this issue could be fixed if there were velcro straps (like with dog boots) at the front and back of the snood. It was easy for my dog to adjust to, but it pulled at her eyes because it kept sliding back. Additionally, when you slide it on, the dog's ear is pushed out of it's normal shape. So, the shape of the cups don't make a lot of sense. Maybe there is a better shape that would also improve the fit? I imagine this works well for dogs that have stocky/big heads. I could hear the noise cancellation, and my service dog was calmer during a graduation with lots of raucous cheering. I don't know how I feel about purchasing these. I wish there was something better, but I don't think there is yet.
The construction seems good but its just too tight for my dog’s head
The ear pro in theory are an amazing idea. I tried both size 3 and 4 for my retriever mix pup who is about 70 lbs. The I felt the ear cups for him were the perfect size and if the neck circumference was about an inch larger there would have been know issues. He’s a furry pup and it adds to the girth. I tried to large to see if this was my solution bu the ear cuffs and the neck whole were waaaay too big. I wish they had an adjustable strap for the neck and mouth.
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