Dog Brace Support Hind Leg

The dog brace supports the hind leg and is suitable for problems such as torn CCL(ACL), luxating patellas, arthritis and other kneecap problems.
A high-quality Neoprene material keeps knees warm and improves oxygen delivery for faster recovery.
In order to prevent a second wound from occurring after surgery, protect the wound from licking or touching water.
The knee can recover without surgery if the CCL is mild.
Choosing a more supportive Hinged Dog Leg Brace is recommended if the dog has been seriously injured and is unable to stand
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Here’s what you need to know about Lovepluspet’s dog brace support for the hind leg

A torn acl dog knee brace from Loveplupset can help and support dogs with lameness and joint pain. The treatment can be used to treat arthritis, cruciate ligament injuries, meniscus injuries, kneecap problems, patellar luxation, and tendonitis. Additionally, this dog leg support can be used before and after ACL/CCL surgery. You can find more detailed product descriptions, measurements, and instructions below.

Conditions that are suitable

Anterior or cranial cruciate ligament tear in the knee (ACL)
Strain or sprain of the knee joint
Instability, fatigue, or limping in the back leg
Providing post-operative care
Symptoms of arthritis
Stabilizing the knee
This material contains

Fabric made of soft, flexible, and shock-resistant neoprene.
Upgrade to strong sticky Velcro.
Extra-stretchy fastening straps.
User’s guide

Make sure your dog’s legs are properly braced before putting the dog leg brace on them.
In turn, attach the four Velcros.
Adjust the brace to a comfortable position for the dog by fastening the buckle on the fasten strap.
Unfit sizes can be exchanged after donation.

Measurement of size

Below the price is the Size Guide, which has the complete statistics.
Please contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions about the size.
Here are some quick tips

It may take up to two weeks for your pet to fully accept the brace
For up to 12 hours, wear the brace for 30 minutes a day, increasing by 30 minutes each day
For specific instructions on when to wear your brace, consult your veterinarian
When your animal sleeps, remove the brace
Look for signs of skin irritation on your pet. Contact your veterinarian if any of these symptoms are present
Keep skin and fur that come into contact with the brace clean as well as wiping the brace clean