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Performance Knee Brace for Dogs

Introducing the new Performance Knee Brace for Dogs Until now all of our canine cruciate braces have had a lot of straps to hold the brace in place, including a long strap attaching to a front harness to stabilise the product. The Performance knee brace for dogs brings us a new type of design, that…

The Balto (BT Jump) Cruciate Knee brace for dogs

The Balto BT Jump Cruciate Knee brace for dogs, gives your dog maximum stability of the joint. The Balto (BT jump) contains removable splints to immobilise the knee to a higher degree than non splinted products. The Balto BT Jump Cruciate Knee brace for dogs is designed to support dogs with cruciate ligament injury, luxation…

Dog Knee Brace to Support Pre & Post Surgery

If your dog has been diagnosed with a cruciate knee injury or tear, you may wish to choose conservative management as an alternative to surgery. This is a good option if your dog is too old for surgery, or has any weaknesses that make it unsuitable or high risk for surgery. We would suggest a…

The Walkabout Cruciate Knee Brace for Dogs

The walkabout cruciate brace for dogs is a lightweight, close fitting support that protects and stabilises the knee joint in comfort. This knee support is supplied with a front connector strap that attaches to a chest harness of your choice (not supplied) This brace is a fantastic product to give your dogs nee time to strengthen and recover…

A Guide to Cruciate Injuries in Dogs

Unfortunately, cruciate injury is one of the most common causes of hind limb weakness in dogs – the knee is one of the weakest and most used joints in the body. The cruciate ligaments provide stability to the thigh bone (femur) and shin bone (tibia). Ligament damage or strain leads to abnormal movement of these bones, which…

Cruciate Knee Braces For Dogs

  Has you dog recently damaged their cruciate/ knee. Our cruciate braces for dogs are great for support and stability post surgery and pre surgery….as well as for longer term use if you want to conservatively manage the issue. A torn ACL is the most common injury in dogs. This injury requires rest, immobilization and…