Dog Hip Hound Brace

by Lovepluspet Dog Brace & Wheelchair

Skin diseases such as arthritis, eczema, and psoriasis can be treated with this product.
Another option for replacing cones
Preventing the dog from biting and licking the wound.
Polyester fabric is soft and elastic, making it comfortable for dogs to wear
This brace features a large hip fabric design to prevent it from falling off.


Announcing Lovepluspet’s Hip Hound Brace for Dogs

The LOVEPLUSPET Dog Hip Hound Brace primarily works on the puppy’s hips and legs. It is designed for dogs with arthritis, eczema, and other skin diseases. You can also use it to cover ointments, wounds, and bandages after surgery. The fabric is made of polyester, which is soft and elastic. Dogs cannot lick or bite the wound because the hip brace wraps it. This promotes the healing process.

The right conditions should be present

Symptoms of arthritis hygroma
Pressure sores and calluses
Healing of hip wounds
Protection after surgery
The material

A soft polyester fabric
Velcro straps that can be adjusted
Unfit sizes can be exchanged after donation.

Measuring the size

The Size Guide below the price contains the complete statistics.
Please contact us if you have any questions about the size: [email protected].
Here are some quick tips

It may take your pet up to two weeks to fully accept the brace
For up to 12 hours, wear the brace for 30 minutes a day, increasing by 30 minutes each day.
You should consult your veterinarian for specific instructions on how to wear a brace.
When your animal sleeps at night, remove the brace.
Check your pet’s skin for signs of irritation. Contact your veterinarian if any of these symptoms are present.
Keep skin and fur that come into contact with the brace clean in addition to wiping it clean.
Make sure your brace is in good working order by inspecting it regularly.
Take note

Assisting wound recovery and preventing licking is the main function of this device, which has little support for the leg.
Allow the skin to breathe by removing the stent 2-3 times a day
If you keep your dog in a cage or leave them unattended, remove the stand
While sleeping, remove the brace to allow the wound to breathe