Dog Rear Leg Hock Brace

by Lovepluspet Dog Brace & Wheelchair

Hock joint injuries, hock arthritis, and surgery recovery
Compressing the injury to reduce pain.
After surgery, it can contain plasters or bandages for protection.
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The Lovepluspet Dog Rear Leg Hock Brace
The LOVEPLUSPET Dog Rear Leg Hock Brace is used in conditions associated with lesions in the hock joint, resulting in symptoms such as pain, lameness or difficulty moving. Arthritis can also be treated with the brace. Neoprene provides compression and raises the blood pressure in the area of the hock, which in turn raises the temperature. In addition to reducing pain, the brace improves the work of the ligaments.

Conditions that are appropriate

Injury to the hock joint
Recovering from surgery
Joint disease of the hock
The hock deteriorates
Hind leg limping
It consists of

Fabric made of thick 5mm neoprene
Velcro that sticks to nylon
After donation, you can exchange your unfit size for a different size.

Measuring the size

The size guide is below the price, where you can find the complete statistics.
Please contact us if you have any questions about the size: [email protected]
Here are some quick tips

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

The main purpose of the dressing is to assist wound recovery, and it is not suitable for dogs with severe injuries.
Remove the stent 2-3 times a day and allow the skin to breathe
If you keep your dog in a cage or leave it unattended, remove the stand
While sleeping, remove the brace to allow the wound to breathe