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SureFit® Guarantee: we guarantee the perfect size, or we’ll pay your return shipping costs if an exchange is needed. That way there’s no doubt your pet will get the perfect fit.

We highly recommend using our SureFit® Calculator as it ensures the perfect custom fit for your pet. It requires a couple measurements, but only so we can provide your pet with the very best experience.

We recognize this takes a few minutes of your time, but those minutes are worth the happiness your pet will experience once they try out their wheelchair for the first time. Our wheelchairs have already helped more than 81,000 other pets. Let’s make that 81,001!

Other companies simply have you select a wheelchair based on weight, but that often results in a poor fit. Why? A 30 lb bulldog has a very different body type from a 30 lb corgi, but those companies will provide both with the same wheelchair.

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Casting Kit Replacement Parts

WALKIN'® PETS EASY RETURNS

At Walkin’ Pets, we strive to deliver the highest quality products for your pets. We understand that having an elderly, disabled or handicapped pet comes with many unknowns. We want to help make things as easy as possible. We accept returns and exchanges for all our products within 30 days of receiving them in like new condition with all parts and pieces included.

If you discover a problem after you've accepted delivery of an item, contact us. We may be able to resolve the problem without requiring you to return the item.

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Some exclusions apply. Free shipping on orders over $49 will be automatically applied at checkout for delivery within the continental US only. International shipping rates and shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico will be calculated based on order’s size, weight, and final destination. Oversized and drop ship products such as: Pet Steps and Pet Ramps are not included.

Casting Kit Replacement Parts

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Cast Tape - 2
casting tape
Casting Kit - Cast Tape - 2"
$13.00
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Cast Tape - 3
casting tape
Casting Kit - Cast Tape - 3"
$14.00
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Cutting Strip - 20
Cutstrip
Casting Kit - Cutting Strip - 20"
$13.00
Qty:-+
Stockinet - 2
Stockinet
Casting Kit - Stockinet - 2"
$6.00
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Stockinet - 3
Stockinet
Casting Kit - Stockinet - 3"
$6.00
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Safety Knife
Safety Knife
Casting Kit - Cutter Knife
$8.00
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Scissors
Scissors
Casting Kit - Shears
$8.00
Qty:-+
Vinyl Gloves
Gloves
Casting Kit - Vinyl Gloves
$3.00
Qty:-+
Fabric Tape Measure
Tape Measure
Casting Kit - Fabric Tape Measure
$5.00
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Product Details

A casting kit is needed to create a cast for any Walkin’ Pets Custom Orthosis or Braces. 

Each kit comes standard with:

  • A 20” cut strip
  • Casting tape – 2 rolls
  • Pair of gloves
  • A stockinet
  • Safety knife
  • Scissors
  • Casting instructions
  • Measuring tape

How to Cast a Dog’s Leg

For best results have your veterinarian or trained pet professional cast your dog’s limb. The process to cast a dog’s leg for a custom brace is very similar regardless of which leg you need to make an impression of. Watch the videos below for step-by-step instructions on how to cast your pet for a specific splint style.

How to Cast a Dog’s Leg for a Stifle Brace

How to Cast a Dog’s Leg for an Elbow Brace

How to Cast a Dog’s Leg for a Hock Brace

How to Cast a Dog’s Leg for a Carpal Brace

A pet’s cast should be taken with them lying on their side with their leg in a natural, weight-bearing position. The cast should encompass as much of the limb as possible, including high into the groin or armpit and down to the paw. A too short cast or a poorly made cast will be rejected by the CPO to avoid the fabrication of a brace that will not fit or function properly.

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