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Carpal leg braces can help dogs with arthritis by providing support to the joints and helping to distribute weight more evenly across the limb. This can help to reduce pain and inflammation, and improve mobility. The brace can also prevent further damage to the joint by keeping it in the proper position.
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Dog Leg Braces/ Dog Leg Support for front legs (WITH SPLINT SUPPORT)
COMES AS A PAIR - Veterinarians highly recommend wearing braces to support both legs even if only one leg is injured. The 'good' leg also needs support to maintain its strength and speed up the recovery
SECURE & SAFE - Each dog brace comes with Reflective Velcro Straps, which secure the brace in place without moving or sliding down. Reflective Straps provide higher visibility & safety at night
OPTIMAL SUPPORT – The dog carpal or wrist braces are made with care to provide strong support to dogs or cats from leg injuries, help in wounds healing, hock pain relief and loss of stability and mobility caused by arthritis
Kindly note wearing the braces alone will not cure the injury; you still need to visit your vet for the treatment. The braces will provide mobility treatment in case of injuries as well as for senior dogs suffering from chronic joint conditions
SOFT & DURABLE - The front leg dog braces are made of premium quality material, which is soft and durable, does not rub, pinch or hurt skin, and is suitable for extended period of wear and repeated uses
Carpal (wrist) dog braces are used to provide support and stability to the carpal joint (wrist) in dogs. They are typically used to treat or manage conditions such as canine arthritis, ligament or tendon injuries, and instability in the carpal joint. They can also be used to help dogs recover from surgery or to prevent injury in dogs that are prone to carpal problems. These braces can help to reduce pain, inflammation and to improve the mobility of the affected limb.
It is important to note that the use of a brace should be recommended and monitored by a veterinarian, as the underlying condition causing the need for the brace must be properly diagnosed and treated.
In addition, the use of a brace is not a substitute for proper veterinary care and treatment, but rather is used as an adjunct therapy to help manage the symptoms of the underlying condition.
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