Hinged Dog Shoulder Support Brace

by Lovepluspet Dog Brace & Wheelchair

LovePet Hinged Dog Shoulder Support Brace for Arthritis, Hygroma, Bedsores, Mild elbow dysplasia, and other front leg problems.
The hinged metal splints provide greater support for the injured leg and promote recovery.
Many dogs can be fitted with Velcro in several places.
Walking dogs at night and outdoors is made safer with reflective tape.


The Lovepluspet Dog Shoulder Support Brace
Jumping, walking, and running can often cause a dog’s leg to be injured. This high-quality front leg brace can help improve the quality of life for your dog. A dog elbow brace with metal braces provides strong support for the elbows, keeping your dog’s body balanced and reducing ankle pain, instability, and loss of mobility due to arthritis. Help your dog heal from secondary injuries such as torn ACLs, cruciate ligaments, splints, and sprains.

Conditions that are suitable

Treatment and prevention of hygroma
A bed sore
An ulcer caused by pressure
A callus or a sagging callus
The lick granuloma
Dysplasia of the elbow
Osteoarthritis of the elbow
As a result of radiation therapy, skin damage occurs
Bandage after surgery
A wound, a scrape, or a cut
The material

Support built-in with hinges
Knee pads for mountaineering that have been upgraded
Straps are adjustable with Velcro
Soft neoprene fabric provides comfort
An elastic chest strap that is easy to install
Durable high quality neoprene material
Free Exchange of Unfit Size after Donation.

Measuring the size

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

It may take up to two weeks for your pet to fully accept the brace
Up to 12 hours per day, wear the brace for 30 minutes a day, increasing by 30 minutes each day
For specific instructions on when to wear your brace, consult your veterinarian
Sleeping animals should be free of the brace at night
Check your pet’s skin for signs of irritation. Get in touch with your veterinarian if you notice any of these symptoms
Maintain a clean skin and fur that is in contact with the brace as well as wiping the brace clean