Shoulder Brace for Dogs

The Shoulder brace for dogs is designed to limit overall strain of the shoulders of your dog. It can be used for minor issues (like inflammation), Arthritis, and for shoulder diseases like dysplasia that require limiting bending and movement of the joint. It can also be used as a post-operative device to promote gradual rehabilitation of the joint.

Uses:
  • instability of the shoulder joint;
  • dysplasia
  • joint laxity or hypermobility
  • dislocation
  • inflammation

Support is provided by a stiff material inside the brace at shoulder height to increase compression and limit movement of the joints.

The Balto Shoulder Brace works with your dog to gradually regain motor function. The comfortable padding combines practicality, convenience and optimal stabilisation.

Features:
  • The brace simultaneously compresses both shoulders.
  • Breathable fabric.
  • Adjusts for a better fit.
  • Can be hand-washed.
How to apply:

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE:
  • During the period of constraint, it is advisable that the dog not be left alone for long periods of time as it might try to remove the brace by biting or scratching it.
  • The length of all of the straps and closures can be adjusted for a better, tighter fit to the dog.

 

Sizing:

 

Available in three adjustable sizes.

S 10-19 kg
M 20-49 kg
L 50-80 kg

There are two straps between the elbow joint braces that can be used to bind the two joints together.

NB:this solution is only required when used post-operatively or in case of serious disease that requires greater limitation of movement of the anterior joints. If there is no need to bind the two elbow braces, the safety straps can simply be neatly closed upon themselves

 

At Zoomadog UK we sell a full range of dog mobility aids, including dog boots, dog paw knuckling aids, dog walking and lifting harnesses, leg supports, splints and even wheelchairs. Please contact our friendly team on 01624 829575 for advice on choosing the correct product for your dog.

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