TempoStay® Ear Supports For Canines
Eliminates Post-Op Ear Crop Bandaging Or Taping On Young Adult Canines
Veterinarian approved - clinically tested. Revolutionary TempoStay Exterior Ear Supports eliminates the burden of traditional post operative ear crop bandaging. Can also be used in conjunction with PermaStay Ear Implants. Crafted from FDA medically approved polypropylene, new TempoStay is placed externally on the inner ear and remains for the same length of time that the ear would otherwise be bandaged. Super lightweight – easily removed. TempoStay can either be sutured into place as shown in the instructional
video below - or placed with surgical glue by either the veterinarian or the pet's owner.
Dr Mark Sharp, of South County Animal Hospital in Greenwood, Arkansas shows a Doberman Pincher ear
crop using the TempoStay ear supports. TempoStay eliminates post operative bandaging, costs of changing the bandaging, the stress and worry of keeping the bandaging on the pet for weeks on end, heals faster and allows the pet's owner to see the ear crop results immediately. Best of all, PermaStay is featherweight- and humane as, unlike bulky bandaging, the pet doesn't know its there! (Photo credit South County Animal Hospital)
TempoStay Exterior Ear Supports can also be used on failed ear crops where taping is otherwise employed with equal end results. Ideal for non-cropped canine ears which should naturally but do not.
Available in three sizes 3 ¾", 2 ¾" and 1 ¾" lengths- per each or sets of two
TempoSTAY 1 ¾" Mini – ONE ONLY
TempoSTAY 2 ¾" L – ONE ONLY
TempoSTAY 3 ¾" L – ONE ONLY
TempoSTAY 1 ¾" Mini – SET OF TWO
TempoSTAY 2 ¾" L – SET OF TWO
TempoSTAY 3 ¾" L – SET OF TWO
Price includes first class postage with tracking, handling and all related charges. Orders shipped the same day.
Please Note: Due to a number of reasons we are unable to provide a refund on any implant product sold. If we, however, send the incorrect size on any product, the item will be replaced - but the return will be destroyed due to sterility and quality control issues.