Arthritis,Hip Dysplasia,Joint support
CCL or Collateral Ligament sprains
Elbow Hygroma, Dysplasia, Arthritis, Shoulder Dislocation
Hip dysplasia, Arthritis pain and inflammation, Low back pain/weakness, Osteoarthritis, Post operative support, Seat belts and harnesses
Osteoarthritis,Mild to moderate hip dysplasia, Decreased endurance during activity, Post operative support
Lameness,Lower level of activity,Hip dysplasia, hip arthritis
Shoulder or hip dysplasia,Degenerative myelopathy,Difficulty moving the legs,Injury recovery
What is the Dysplasia on a dog?
Hip dysplasia is a condition that occurs during the growth stage in dogs. It results in the loosening of the hip joint, which causes dysfunction and pain.
As the name suggests, devices such as a dog hip dysplasia brace is an orthopedic support designed to apply pressure to the hip joints to press them into place. They are usually made of strong nylon webbing, fastened by commercial grade velcro, and fitted with side-squeeze buckles and stainless steel hardware.
Dog Hip Brace for Dysplasia are ideal for:
A hip brace is best for pets that are still active, can stand and walk on their own, and are dealing with mild to moderate hip dysplasia.
If your dog has mild pain, such as from early hip dysplasia or arthritis, occasional bracing while active can be a helpful aid in everyday life that can slow the development of these conditions and keep your dog moving. A generic brace is usually fine for these situations.