It is the most preferred method especially for the injuries occurring in the paw region. Bandages are also applied against the risk of herniation after major operations performed under the abdomen. However, the recovery period in the patient treated with bandage cannot be controlled very much by the veterinarian. Taking out the bandage daily and the dressing of the wound are a big problem. In the injuries in the paw region; tight wrapping of the bandage causes regional circulatory orders and also loose wrapping of the bandage results in its removal by the patient. Since wound ventilation cannot be provided in the injured area under the bandage, there is always a risk of infection by the microorganisms growing in an unventilated environment and the recovery period generally prolongs.