Dog Double Leg Brace

by Lovepluspet Dog Brace & Wheelchair

Dog double leg brace suitable for luxating patella, torn CCL (ACL), and arthritis of the rear leg.
Maintaining the health of the uninjured leg with a double leg support.
The elastic fixing strap connects the collar to the rear leg brace, making it hard to slip off.
After surgery, prevent the dog from licking or touching water to prevent a second wound.
It is recommended to choose a more supportive Hinged Dog Double Leg Brace if the dog has been seriously injured and cannot stand


Introducing Lovepluspet’s Double Leg Brace for Dogs
With Loveplupset’s brace for dogs hind legs, you can help and support your dog with lameness and joint pain. Arthritis, cruciate ligament injuries, meniscus injuries, kneecap problems, patellar luxation, and tendonitis can be relieved with it. Moreover, this dog leg support can be used before and after ACL/CCL surgery. You can find more detailed descriptions, measurements, and instructions below.

In a suitable condition

Knee ACL tear (anterior or cranial cruciate ligament, CCL)
A strained or sprained knee joint
Leg limping, instability, or fatigue in the back leg
Providing post-operative care
The arthritic condition
Stabilizing the knee
It consists of

A soft, flexible, shock-resistant neoprene fabric.
Upgrade Velcro to a strong, sticky version.
Stretchy straps for fastening.
Use instructions

Put the dog leg brace on your dog’s legs carefully.
Turn the Velcros over and attach them one by one.
Proceed with the other leg in the same manner.
To prevent the brace from slipping, attach the buckle to the hip and adjust it to a comfortable position for the dog.
The buckle of the fasten strap should be attached.
Wrap the buckle around the chest and attach it to the other side.
Unfit sizes can be exchanged for free after donation.

Measuring the size

For the complete statistics, please refer to the Size Guide below the price.
Feel free to contact us via email: [email protected] if you have any questions about the size.
Tips for quick success

You should allow your pet to accept the brace for up to two weeks
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 at night, remove the brace
Look for signs of irritation on your pet’s skin. Consult your veterinarian if any are present
Keep skin and fur that come into contact with the brace clean in addition to wiping it clean