The reality is, however, that nothing works as well as the dreaded cone, but here are some options that your vet may consider.If the wound is on an extremity, bandages are sometimes feasible. Plus, they present their own hazards, like ingestion, depending on the bandage material.But without it, a middle-of-the-night visit to the emergency hospital for self-evisceration is potentially in the cards.We need E-collars so your pets won’t try to rid themselves of unwanted stitches or lick their wounds into gaping, infected submission.
The energy level is quite high in healthy puppies and young dogs.
IGs are also able to slip out of doors when people are coming and going, so it is important to be vigilant when opening doors to areas that are not fenced in.
Italian Greyhounds require a special collar because the sleek shape of their heads makes it easy for them to back out of a regular collar or harness.
Some Italian Greyhounds are skittish as well and will try to run off if they hear a loud noise, are frightened of another dog or person, or are otherwise spooked.
Therefore, no IG should be trusted off of a leash unless in a securely fenced-in area.