Dog Front Elbow Brace

by Lovepluspet Dog Brace & Wheelchair

DOGLEMI Dog Front Elbow Brace for Elbow Arthritis, Hygroma, Dysplasia, and Calluses.
Another option to replace the cone is to promote recovery after surgery.
Prevent the dog from licking the wound and causing inflammation, ensuring a faster and safer recovery.
Protect your dog’s elbows while standing, walking, running, jumping, sitting, or lying down.
The elbows of the dog are cushioned and protected by a mesh and padded fabric that is cold-sensitive
Reducing elbow pressure and preventing injuries.


Announcing Lovepluspet’s Dog Front Elbow Brace

This dog front leg support is easy to use, comfortable, and washable. The skin-friendly, highly soft and elastic fabric reduces pressure on the injured part of the dog without restraint after wearing. Wrap the dog’s wound to prevent inflammation caused by licking and to ensure better wound healing. Ensures a secure fit and comfort for your dog. This reduces the risk of secondary injuries to the injured area. Provides protection against elbow calluses in dogs

In good condition

Hygroma, dysplasia, and arthritis of the elbow
Calluses on the elbows, pressure sores
Healing of an elbow wound
A dislocated shoulder
It’s made of

Easy and firm buckle fixing.
A high-quality button that is easy to adjust
The fabric is filled with cotton and is cold.
Cuffs with elasticity.
Soft, breathable cotton fabric with micro elastic properties.
Mesh and padding provide cushioning and protection for the dog’s elbows
Unfit sizes can be exchanged for free after donation.

Measuring measurements

Below the price you will find the Size Guide, which contains the complete statistics.
We can answer any questions you may have about the size by email: [email protected]
Tips for getting started

The brace should be fully accepted by your pet after two weeks
The brace should be worn for 30 minutes a day for the first few days, then increased by 30 minutes a day thereafter, for up to 12 hours
To determine when your brace should be worn, consult your veterinarian
When your animal sleeps, remove the brace
Check your pet’s skin for signs of irritation. Contact your veterinarian if any of these symptoms are present
Keep the skin and fur that come into contact with the brace clean along with wiping it clean