Hinged Dog Double Leg Brace

by Lovepluspet Dog Brace & Wheelchair

An adjustable dog double leg brace with a hinged metal splint for dogs with injured rear legs.
It is safer for dogs to walk at night and outside when they wear reflective tape.
An elastic strap connects the collar to the rear leg brace, making it hard to slip off.
Ideal for dogs with luxating patellas, arthritis of the rear leg, and Tron CCL (ACL) injuries.
Maintain the health of the other uninjured leg with a double leg support.
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Lovepluspet introduces the hinged dog double leg brace

Loveplupset Hinged Dog Double Leg Brace relieves joint pain and lameness in dogs, reducing the burden of dog ownership. Support bars built into the ACL/CCL surgery provide strong support. You can use it to relieve pain from arthritis, cruciate ligament injuries, meniscus injuries, kneecap problems, patellar luxation, and tendonitis. The reflective strips make your dog more visible at night and in rainy weather. Here are more details about the product.

Conditions that are suitable

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear
Knee joint strains or sprains
Leg limps, fatigue, or instability in the back leg
Providing post-operative care
Stabilization of knees

Support bar made of metal with reflective design
An elastic neoprene fabric that is shock-resistant and flexible
Upgraded Velcro that is strong and sticky
An extra stretchy fastening strap
User’s guide

Make sure your dog’s legs are properly braced by putting the dog leg brace on them
In turn, attach the four Velcros
Apply the same procedure to the other leg as well
Keep the brace from sliding by attaching a buckle on the hip and adjusting it to the dog’s comfort
The buckle of the fasten strap should be attached
Attach the buckle on the other side of the chest
Unfit sizes can be exchanged for free after donation.

Measuring the size

Below the price you will find a Size Guide with the complete statistics.
Please contact us via email: [email protected] if you have any questions about the size.
Tips for quick success

The brace needs to be fully accepted by your pet after two weeks
For up to 12 hours, wear the brace for 30 minutes a day, increasing 30 minutes each day
Wear your brace according to the instructions provided by your veterinarian
While your animal sleeps, remove the brace
Look for signs of irritation on your pet’s skin. Contact your veterinarian if any of these symptoms are present
Besides wiping the brace clean, keep skin and fur that come into contact with the brace clean as well