The Mobility Brace provides support and compression to the joints and muscles in the hips and lower back. Appropriate for active dogs of all ages who suffer from arthritis, mild to moderate hip dysplasia, decreased endurance during activity, hip pain, low back pain or weakness and back leg limping. The Mobility Brace is suitable for dogs recovering from surgery or injury and older dogs who have difficulty getting around easily.
Like an elbow brace, the support and stability provided by the Mobility Brace helps decrease pain and inflammation while being active.
Note: As with all dog care devices - Check with your veterinarian. This product is NOT recommended for DM ( Degenerative Myelopathy) .
12 - 20"
10 - 25 lbs
20 - 28"
28 - 36"
70 - 100 lbs
Great Results! Scroll down to read the testimonials!
In order for the brace to work, your dog must be able to equally bear weight on both hind legs.
Indications for use of Dog Brace:
•Mild to moderate hip dysplasia
•Decreased endurance during activity
•Low back pain/weakness
•Back leg limping or fatigue
•Post operative support
Dog hip and back Brace Materials:
•3.0 mm Velcro plush neoprene
•Stainless Steel hardware
•Nylon Mojave side squeeze buckles
•Nylon wide-mouth Slip-locks
•Nylon low profile strap keepers
•Heavy weight nylon webbing
•Commercial grade nylon Velcro
•Nylon mesh bag for easy storage
•Made right here in the USA
The Dog Brace
With the square ring on top (closest to your dog's tail) and the buckle unfastened, place the dog's head through the loop.
Apply the left leg brace first by attaching the leg straps around your dog's thigh below the hip joint and above the knee joint. Apply the right side in the same manner.
Insert the front left leg through the shoulder opening
Pull the left and right brace firmly up and slightly forward onto the lower back and Velcro the two braces together.
Bring the free strap behind the left foreleg and snap the buckle together. Use the side adjustments to fit the harness securely
Pull the nylon strap (webbing) through the square ring at the base of the harness and Velcro together. The brace should be secure but not binding.
As with anything new, the dog may, at first, find the harness and brace to be awkward and uncomfortable. We suggest you distract them by taking them for a walk or tossing a toy. Before long, the dog will realize that the brace is associated with pain free fun. The harness can be left on all the time.
EDDIE HEATH, DVM, WITH SAM
ALL PETS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
It has been a long time since something as new and innovative as the dog brace has been marketed to aid in the management of Canine Hip Dysplasia. The design provides additional support for the bones which stabilize the joint in a way that helps minimize bone and soft tissue pain. Early trials have been promising.
MARY HART CRAIG, M.D., WITH MAGGIE
I had to stop going on daily walks with my 3-year-old dog Maggie because of her severe hip arthritis. Since using the Dog brace, we are walking up to an hour a day and Maggie is pain-free. I'm so glad to have my time with my dog back!
GAIL HUBBARD WITH MADISON
A GOOD DOG'S LIFE CANINE TRAINING FACILITY
If you look your dog will tell you how they feel. Madison's desire to play hard overrides her ability at times. The dog brace has had a positive effect on what she tells me!