February is known as the Spay/Neuter awareness month.

To overview

Each year, on the fourth Tuesday in February, it’s World Spay Day. The goal of this special day is to create awareness for pet overpopulation in the US and other parts of the world. By neutering or spaying your pet, you could prevent unwanted pet births. Moreover, spaying and neutering could have positive effects on your pet’s health and behavior.

If your pet has been spayed or neutered, aftercare is essential for a fast and good recovery. Protect your dog or cat with the Recovery Suit®, the animal-friendly alternative to the cone of shame. This versatile Recovery Suit® protects the surgical area after neutering/spaying and prevents pets from licking, scratching or biting wound or sutures.

The interior of the Recovery Suit® is partially light blue so the veterinarian or owner can check fluid or blood loss. In the event of fluid loss, you can insert a sanitary towel on the inside of the suit or between the double layer. If necessary, you can also insert an ice pack between the double layer.

The Recovery Suit® is made from high-quality cotton and a four-way stretch Invista Lycra® fabric that is lightweight, breathable and comfortable like a second skin. Thanks to the comfortable design of the Recovery Suit®, pets can move, eat, drink and play during recovery.

Only the best care for our loyal friends. That is what they deserve!

Available in the versions Dog and Cat.

We advise to make a deliberate choice of whether or not to spay or neuter. Please consult your pet’s vet or behavioral therapist to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of neutering and spaying.