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9-Jet Ecommence Dog Rear Leg Hock Brace - Canine Wrap Protects Wounds Heal and Sprains Support Due to Arthritis to Prevents Injuries and Sprains or Walking, 2PCS (Large)

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All Balto® braces are made from high-quality materials, not neoprene, which is known to: collect bacteria, provide inadequate support, and wear down quickly. If your dog suffers from hock instability, this neoprene leg wrap helps hold the joint in place so scar tissue can develop. The hock joint connects the shin bones (tibia and fibula) to the bones of the paw (talus and calcaneus bones). This canine hock brace is a great solution for dogs suffering from limited mobility following injuries to the hock/Achilles tendon.

When your dog’s injury or condition has improved, the straps can be lengthened to allow for more movement at the joint. Compression helps increase blood pressure in the area, raising the temperature of the immediate area and helping to reduce pain. Welltex and Iontex textiles are infused with minerals, that help reflect the infrared energy and release nitrogen. Our products work best when in direct contact with the skin, but also work with a thin layer of fabric underneath.This is perfect, the support itself is soft and padded, nice wrap around Velcro which I cant see looking too dirty, nice touch too to have the splints removable so I can pop it in the machine. NB: These particular items are not designed for conditions affecting dog’s knee (stifle) joint, cruciate ligament, patella, etc. Sprained hock/Slight muscle pull (minor injuries): If your dog is running at full speed and their back paw gets stuck in a hole, they may sprain their hock.

Easy to use, comfortable option for dogs in need of a little help stabilizing and supporting the rear leg. Seller has stated it will dispatch the item within 1 working day upon receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab . Using the breeds of dogs to fit guide is only ever an approximate as of course all breeds can vary in size. The dog hock protector is an orthopaedic device that is applied outside the body and compensates for the loss of function.

And all this without preventing the dog from making its usual movements and ensuring excellent flexion and flexibility of the muscles, while the ligaments remain contracted. Decided to give this a try and within a few hours or less of wearing it we noticed a difference - he was bearing weight on his leg, more than he has in quite a while. The action of the brace improves the work of the ligaments, reducing the level of pain; the reduced load alleviates the injured part, helping reduce discomfort and, in some cases, the swelling.

Also, measure the circumference of the animal's leg above the first joint (tarsus) to give you the upper leg dimension. This brace can be used on healthy joints, muscles and ligaments to prevent injury and provide structural support. Iontex absorbs sweat and moisture from your body to keep your body temperature at a comfortable level. For specific injuries, or use after surgery, we recommend that you speak with your veterinarian or therapist before starting treatment with our therapeutic dog hock braces.Three angled airplane aluminum splints; two splints aid in restricting the lateral movement, and a third in the front is slightly malleable for a more custom fit. This triple-splint design is secured with two velcro straps which will have those rear paws back in action in no time. To obtain the appropriate size requirement, measure the circumference of the animal's leg above the first joint (tarsus) to give you the upper leg dimension. The minerals in the products in many cases counteract bad smells, which means that it is enough to wash them with ordinary gentle detergent.

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