Choose your pet


  • Large Dog
  • Small Dog
  • Cat

Step 1: With large dogs (long legs) it is easier to insert one front leg followed by the head and then the other leg into the provided openings.

Step 2: The Recovery Suit should then be pulled back as far as possible over your pet’s body.

Step 3: The two straps on the belly side are secured by threading them between the rear legs and then connecting the snaps to the upper section near the base of the tail. Make sure that there is enough room for tail movement.

Step 1: With small dogs, the head must be inserted first into the shirt followed by each front leg (separately) into the openings provided.

Step 2: The Recovery Suit should then be pulled back as far as possible over your pet’s body.

Step 3: The two straps on the belly side are secured by threading them between the rear legs and then connecting the snaps to the upper section near the base of the tail. Make sure that there is enough room for tail movement.

Step 1: With cats, the head must be inserted first into the shirt followed by each front leg (separately) into the openings provided.

Step 2: The Recovery Suit should then be pulled back as far as possible over your pet’s body.

Step 3: The two straps on the belly side are secured by threading them between the rear legs and then connecting the snaps to the upper section near the base of the tail. Make sure that there is enough room for tail movement.

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