Carpal Hyperextension Dog Brace For Dogs Arthritis Injuries

by Healpup Dog Products

❤Used for carpal collapse, carpal hyperextension, knuckling, arthrodesis, and osteosarcoma protection.



These features include:

Injuries to muscles, ligaments, and tendons caused by post-surgery anti-lick granulomas, arthritis, and arthrosis.

Neoprene material

Dogs of all sizes: small, medium, and large


Dogs Carpal Wrap may be beneficial for the following conditions:

Mild to moderate carpal hyperextension
Carpal instability/sprains/strains
Osteoarthritis of the wrist
Joint disease mediated by the immune system
Postoperative management of carpal arthrodesis and avulsion fractures


With a carpal wrap, you can speed up the wounds’ healing and prevent infection.

More details:

1. What is the buying process like?

It is very convenient and easy to use. Using this website, you can purchase our products anywhere in the world at any time. Take a look at the products you are interested in, read the product description that explains each product’s benefits and how to measure your dog to find the right size, and then place the items you want into your cart and checkout! We’ll do the rest and send you the product as soon as possible!

What are the benefits of HealPup wraps and braces?

We use a very specific type of neoprene that gives a strong, physical support to the body part in need. It not only helps position the muscles correctly, but it also increases the temperature of the muscles and joints.

Wearing the products also has the following effects:

Collagen synthesis is reduced
An increase in blood flow
Elastin production is increased
Metabolism is improved

3. What size do I need?

There is a sizing guide in the description of each product. You will know the right size after measuring your dog with a measuring tape.

4. In what country are the products manufactured?

The Chinese

Are you qualified to produce such products that can be vital to the health of a dog?

Our knowledge and experience are 100% reliable. Because we care about your dog’s health, we only offer the best products.

The carpal wrap can be worn by my dog while he sits or lays down.

With the wrist wrap on, your pet can sit and lay down.

7. Should I discuss the carpal wrap with my veterinarian?

It’s totally worked. Yes, of course.

What are the benefits of wearing a carpal wrap for dogs?

Assists with lick granulomas, arthritis, arthrosis, and muscle / ligament / tendon injuries. Ideal for use during physical therapy or as protection for pets with arthritis, carpal tunnel, or other joint conditions.

Carpal wraps for dogs are the perfect product for dogs who have been injured or have had surgery recently on their carpals.

How does carpal hyperextension occur?

One of the most common causes of carpal hyperextension is a ruptured palmer ligament in the front foot caused by a single traumatic injury. Jumping from an elevated surface can also cause carpal hyperextension in dogs. The condition is especially prevalent in agility and performance dogs. Carpal hyperextension can also occur in dogs with immune-mediated joint disease or degenerative ligament conditions.

10. What can be done to prevent carpal hyperextension?

Dogs should not be allowed to jump from high surfaces, although this is not always possible. Consider using mobile steps to encourage dogs to walk, rather than jump, into vehicles and onto furniture. Joints are more likely to be injured when they are under pressure from extra weight. Agility and performance dogs require proper conditioning and weight management.

Some dogs are simply more susceptible to this condition than others. During physical exercise, healpup can protect and support the joints.

There can be significant pain and discomfort associated with carpal hyperextension. The first sign of a potential problem should be seen by a qualified veterinarian. Identifying the cause as well as underlying conditions such as osteoarthritis or other degenerative diseases can be helpful.

A lick granuloma is what it sounds like.

A lick granuloma (also known as acral lick dermatitis) occurs when your dog is distressed. Stress, anxiety, or boredom can exacerbate this distress. If your dog is stressed, he will lick his skin until it becomes raw. Eventually, this can lead to an infected lesion that appears red, irritated, and hairless. The size and severity of lick granulomas depends on how long your dog has been licking the irritated area.

Lick granulomas are most commonly found on your dog’s paws and legs. Check your dog’s fur and paws for irritation or infection today. Post-surgery nursing is important to recovery. Daily prevention is equally important.

12. What is the best way to treat a lick granuloma?

It is completely possible to treat lick granulomas. Most dogs require treatment for inflammation, infection, and psychological stress. Your dog’s compulsive licking of his legs and paws should be addressed by identifying the root cause.

You may be able to reduce your dog’s licking needs by making changes to their environment. Dogs suffering from psychological distress often benefit from this treatment. Your dog may also find temporary relief from licking with antibiotics or anti-lick creams. You can also protect your dog’s paws and legs with wraps and hock socks.