It is important to continue to get regular exercise with your senior dog. Lack of movement can make pain and stiffness from arthritis worse. Plus, excess weight can put painful pressure on joints. So see your veterinarian and try to incorporate several short walks in your dog's day. You'll both benefit!
Comfortable "always on" harness.
Rear lift handle aids in lifting and getting them moving.
Steadies older, arthritic and post-surgical dogs.
Attachable leash for comfort and stability.
For dogs that weigh 20-150 lbs.
How to adjust your harness
Lay the Bottoms Up Harness on the ground behind your dog. You can also attach the Bottoms Up Harness while your dog is lying down.
One at a time, place one hind leg in each loop and then raise the leash so the “D” rings are above your dogs back. The collar strap should face towards the front of your dog while the strap handle is towards the rear.
Adjust the length of the collar strap so it comfortably yet snugly attaches to the ring on your dog’s collar.
Adjust straps to fit comfortably around each leg. Adjust the elastic loops to tuck in any excess strap.
The Bottoms Up Harness should provide support directly above the dog’s hips, not back by the tail.
Use the Strap Handle to assist your dog in getting up, or attach the leash for a walk in the park.