Arthritis,Hip Dysplasia,Joint support
CCL or Collateral Ligament sprains
Post Surgery，Arthritis,ACL tear
Luxating Patella, Arthritis
Protection for Surgical Sutures
Elbow Hygroma, Dysplasia, Arthritis, Shoulder Dislocation
Arthritis,ACL tear,Post Surgery
Arthritis, Elbow Hygroma, Dysplasia, Shoulder Dislocation
CCL Injury,Patella Luxation,Arthritis
Protective gear for recovering injured or diseased legs for dogs
Support Dog’s Spine,Relieve Pressure
Tear ACL CCL/Cross Brace
Injuries, Arthritis, Disabled Dogs Walk
With Hinged Metal Splints & Safety Reflective Luminous Straps
Front Leg Wrist Wrap,Hyperextension,Daily Mobility Needs
ACL tear of the knee, Patella luxation, Arthritis and joint pain, Cruciate ligament injuries
Hip dysplasia, Arthritis pain and inflammation, Low back pain/weakness, Osteoarthritis, Post operative support, Seat belts and harnesses
Meniscus injuries,Strain or sprain of the knee joint,Arthritis,Knee stabilization
Support following surgery,Arthritis,Stability of the knee,Luxating Patella
Elbow Arthritis,Hygroma,Dysplasia,Shoulder dislocation
Here is the disease of several common dogs：
Arthritis in dogs is a long-lasting, inflammatory disease which affects the animal's joint health. It is caused when the cartilage between joints becomes less smooth and damaged, causing the surface of the bone to rub together and your dog's joints to stiffen, swell and become painful.
Canine hip dysplasia is the abnormal development and growth of a dog's hip joint. It occurs commonly in large breed dogs such as Labrador retrievers, German Shepherds, Rottweilers, and Saint Bernards, but it can occur in dogs of any breed and size, and even in cats.
Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) is an age-related, degenerative condition. However certain, 'at-risk' dogs (chondrodystrophic breeds and crosses) can suffer disc problems from when they are young adult dogs. Disc degeneration is thought to occur because of loss of the disc to “hold water” becoming dehydrated.
The term luxating means out of place or dislocated. Therefore, a luxating patella is a kneecap that 'pops out' or moves out of its normal location. Pet owners may notice a skip in their dog's step or see their dog run on three legs; then, suddenly, she will be back on all four legs as if nothing happened.
The cranial cruciate ligament (or CCL, see Figure 1) is one of the most important stabilizers inside the knee (also called “stifle”) joint, the middle joint in the back leg. In humans the CCL is called the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).
Of course, we are also very sad to have these illnesses, and the brace of Kindlydogs will help your dog's love to recover as soon as possible