Hinged Dog Leg Brace

by Lovepluspet Dog Brace & Wheelchair

Dog leg brace with hinged metal splint for dogs with injured rear legs.
Tron CCL (ACL) injury, Luxating Patella, Arthritis of the dog’s rear leg.
Neoprene material keeps knees warm and improves oxygen delivery for faster recovery.
Keep the wound protected after surgery to prevent the dog from licking or touching water to cause a second wound.
Outdoor and nighttime walks are safer for dogs with luminescent reflective tape.


A hinged dog leg brace from Lovepluspet
A dog acl leg brace with reflective metal support can help and support dogs with lameness and joint pain, reducing the burden of dog ownership. Metal support bars provide strong support before and after ACL/CCL surgery. Among the conditions it can treat are arthritis, cruciate ligament injuries, meniscus injuries, kneecap problems, patellar luxation, and tendonitis. Furthermore, the reflective strips make your dog safer at night and on rainy days. More details about this product can be found below.

Conditions that are suitable

Knee ACL tear (cranial cruciate ligament, CCL)
An injury to the knee joint, such as a strain or sprain
A limping, unstable, or fatigued back leg
Support after surgery
An arthritic condition
Stabilization of the knee
This material is

Support bar made of metal with a reflective design.
An elastic and shock-resistant neoprene fabric.
The Velcro has been upgraded to be stronger and stickier.
Extra-stretch fastening straps.
Use instructions

Carefully place the dog leg brace on your dog’s legs.
Each Velcro should be attached in turn.
Keep the buckle of the fasten strap tight and adjust it to a comfortable position for the dog.
Measurement of size

Follow the Size Guide below the price for the complete statistics.
Please email us if you have any questions about the size: [email protected]
A few quick tips

It may take up to two weeks for your pet to fully accept the brace
Initially, wear the brace for 30 minutes a day, increasing it by 30 minutes a day after that, for up to 12 hours.
Wear your brace according to your veterinarian’s instructions
Sleeping with the brace on should be avoided
Look for signs of skin irritation on your pet. Contact your veterinarian if any of these symptoms are present
Keep the skin and fur that contact the brace clean in addition to wiping it clean