Dog Ankle Brace

by Lovepluspet Dog Brace & Wheelchair

Your dog’s skin won’t be rubbed or pinched by nylon of high quality.
Keeping your furry friend visible in dim light is made easier by a reflective strip.
The bendable design allows the dog to sit comfortably and conveniently with its knees bent.
Breathable, flexible dog leg brace fabric that can rip ACLs.
Recommended by veterinarians for arthritis and ankle and hock joint injuries.


Announcing Lovepluspet’s Dog Ankle Brace

Dogs’ joints naturally degenerate as they age, and arthritis disease limits their mobility. The neoprene compression brace helps dogs heal from posterior hock joint injuries, relieve pain after surgery, and prevent injuries in older dogs. Provides stability and support for the rear hock joint without compromising flexibility. Reflective strips make nighttime travel easier for dogs. Wearing neoprene is comfortable due to its strength, softness, and stretch. Veterinarians have high expectations for the brace.

The right conditions must be present

Knee injuries in the hocks
The recovery process after hock surgery
An arthritis of the hock
The hock deteriorates
This material is

Fabric made of high-quality nylon that is soft and comfortable
Sticky nylon Velcro with a strong grip
Reflective strips that are conspicuous
After donation, unfit sizes can be exchanged for free.

Measuring sizes

The complete statistics can be found in the Size Guide below the price.
Please contact us at [email protected] if you have questions about the size.
Here are some quick tips

Please hand wash the leg support for dogs and let it dry naturally after washing.
We recommend wrapping the wound with gauze and then covering it with our dog leg guard to prevent licking or chewing.
Your pet may take up to two weeks to fully accept the brace
The brace should be worn for 30 minutes a day for up to 12 hours, increasing by 30 minutes each day
For specific instructions on when to wear your brace, consult your veterinarian
Sleeping animals should not be braced at night
Check your pet’s skin for signs of irritation. Consult your veterinarian if any are present
Keep skin and fur that come into contact with the brace clean as well as wiping the brace clean
Make sure your brace is in good working order by inspecting it regularly