Hook veterinary patients' Elizabethan collars

Hook veterinary patients' Elizabethan collars

Collar your mess.
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Sep 01, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

If you're sick and tired of seeing plastic Elizabethan collars piled in the corner, put some towel hooks to work. Install a row of them along one wall and hang the collars on the hooks according to size. This simple solution gets the collars off the floor, and it's easy to maintain.

—Jessica Stuart, CVT
Essex Veterinary Center
Essex, Vt.

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