Dog Front Leg Braces Carpal Support With Metal Spring Strips (Pair)

$31.95

(10 customer reviews)

USES: Injury Prevention, Stability, Injury Support, Arthritis, Aging Pets, Carpal Support, Ligament Injury, Sprain, Wound Healing, Joint Pain Relief, Wrist Support

Our NeoAlly® Front Leg Brace with Metal Supports is made of durable semi-rigid materials that stabilize your pet’s forearm joints and bones. Our signature design has removable metal strips that form a splint providing additional support for your pet’s legs without hindering movement. Wrist braces help pets who suffer from weak front legs due to arthritis, age, or other ailments that affect mobility. Recommended by veterinarians for dogs and cats.

Features & Benefits

  • BE SURE TO PROTECT BOTH LEGS: The package contains two braces (one pair).Veterinarians recommend wearing a brace on each leg because the imbalance is highly likely to cause injury to the unaffected leg.
  • PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT an elbow brace.
  • SAFETY:To be safe, veterinarians recommend checking your pet’s skin after wearing the braces. Remove the braces if needed to let your pet’s legs breathe.
  • ULTIMATE SUPPORT:There are two metal support strips (removable) in each leg brace, which form a splint to provide strong support and stabilization for your dog’s. The strips can be removed and continue to offer support as your dog or cat regains mobility.
  • RECOVERY + PAIN RELIEF + INCREASED MOBILITY: Our NeoAlly®Front Leg Dog Brace for dogs and cats is made with care to provide strong support for your pet’s front leg injuries and sprains. Overall, the leg brace can help wounds heal, provide joint pain relief, and aid with loss of stability and mobility caused by arthritis.
  • PROTECTS AGAINST FUTURE INJURY: Your dog may suffer from injuries related to jumping, walking, or running. This leg brace provides assistance to help support and stabilize your dog’s front legs. It relieves inflammation and helps maintain your dog’s body balance to save her from future injuries.
  • HIGH QUALITY + COMFORT:This NeoAlly® dog leg brace is made of flexible and soft neoprene, which is easy and comfortable to wear. The metal support strip is inserted into the brace and doesn’t touch your dog’s skin.
  • ADJUSTABLE & SAFE:Our stay-put design provides a custom fit for your dog’s leg and won’t slide down. Each front leg brace comes with 4 reflective Velcro® straps that secure the brace in place and also provide visibility and safety in the dark.
  • VETERINARIAN APPROVED: We work with veterinarians to develop comfortable, effective leg braces for your dog or cat.Our NeoAlly® Dog Front Leg Brace with Metal Supports is highly recommended by veterinarians.
  • SIZING: Please refer to the video and size chart (image left or above) on how to measure and choose the correct size for your dog or cat.
  • WARRANTY: All our products come with a 30-day money back guarantee.

Key Features & Benefits

  • Removable metal support rods
  • Semi-Rigid, high-quality durable materials
  • Stays in place, will not slide down
  • Comfortable – will not rub, pinch or hurt skin
  • Adjustable, reflective straps for custom fit
  • Recommended by veterinarians
  • 30-day money back guarantee

Description

The Brace that Doubles as a Front Leg Splint for Your Dog or Cat

If your dog has a sprained front leg or has suffered from another injury such as a dislocated leg, you may need a front leg splint to support the leg or wrist injury.  Our NeoAlly® Dog Front Leg Brace with Metal Supports provides strong stabilization for your dog’s or cat’s forearm bones. It also adds extra support to the muscles and tendons of the carpus and front leg.

 The Adjustable Dog Front Leg Brace with Removable Metal Strips for Strong or Medium Support

This model of our Dog Front Leg Brace has removable metal supports. The metal spring strips are semi-rigid and create a front leg splint for your pet. The metal strips add additional support without hindering your pet’s movement. When your dog or cat begins to regain mobility, just remove the metal strips and the brace will continue to support your pet’s leg until she’s back to her pre-injury self.

If you need a non-rigid or medium support brace for your dog’s leg, check out our NeoAlly® Non-Rigid Dog Front Leg Brace for Dogs and Cats.

It’s important to consult with your veterinarian to get a proper diagnosis and make a treatment plan.

FAQs + Learning Center

Splints are used to stabilize or immobilize a dog’s leg. Using a splint will help the injury heal faster and help your dog feel more comfortable when walking. If you think your dog has an injury such as a broken or dislocated leg, you should take her to the vet for a proper diagnosis.

There are different types of leg braces and splints that can support a dog’s leg at different stages of injury. Always check with your vet before using a splint on your dog.

A leg brace with metal rod inserts can form a splint to help stabilize a dog’s injured leg and promote healing. Neo Sports Lab has developed both front and rear leg braces for dogs that have removable metal rods on either side that form a splint. The rods can be removed from the brace to offer lighter support as the dog’s leg heals.

It’s important to consult with your veterinarian to get a proper diagnosis and make a treatment plan.

If your dog has sprained her wrist, your vet may recommend a front leg brace to help support the injury while it heals. A dog wrist brace offers stability and support for the leg. This helps decrease pain and inflammation when the dog is active and speeds up the healing process. Your vet may also suggest other modalities to help the injury heal.

If you think your dog has a sprained wrist, it’s important to see your vet as soon as possible. Sprains are categorized into 3 grades based on severity of the injury. If the injury is less serious, your vet may suggest anti-inflammatory medication, rest, and lower activity. If the injury is severe, your vet may recommend surgery. If surgery isn’t a good option, a dog wrist brace may be used to help the injury heal.

Generally, it will take 6 weeks for your dog’s sprained leg to heal. The biggest challenge may be getting your dog to slow down enough to allow the injury to heal properly. If your dog’s activity level is not decreased, there’s a risk of re-injury or a chronic injury that may require surgery down the line.

Our NeoAlly® Dog Front Leg Brace can be used to support your dog’s sprained wrist and still allow significant mobility. We have non-rigid braces and braces with metal reinforcements to allow the appropriate level of support to help your dog’s injury heal.

Depending on the severity and type of the injury, your dog may need to wear a leg brace for as little as 6 weeks to as much as 3 months. Your vet will be able to tell you how long your dog should wear a leg brace.

Generally, it will take 6 weeks for your dog’s sprained leg to heal. But knee injuries or a torn ACL (CCL) will take longer.

The biggest challenge may be getting your dog to slow down enough to allow the injury to heal. If your dog’s activity level is not decreased, there’s a risk of re-injury or a chronic injury that may require surgery down the line.

Neo Sports Lab has designed a variety of dog leg braces. We have non-rigid braces and braces with metal reinforcements to allow the appropriate level of support to help your dog’s injury heal.

It’s important to consult with your veterinarian to get a proper diagnosis and make a treatment plan.

Splints are used to stabilize or immobilize a cat’s leg. If you think your cat has an injury such as a broken or dislocated leg, you should take him to the vet for a proper diagnosis.

Depending on the complexity of your cat’s leg injury, your vet may recommend a splint. If the injury is more complex, surgery may be required.

There are different types of cat leg braces and splints that can support the cat’s leg at different stages of injury. A leg brace with metal rod inserts can form a splint to help stabilize a cat’s injured leg and promote healing.

Neo Sports Lab has developed both front and rear leg braces for cats that have removable metal rods on either side that form a splint. The rods can be removed from the brace to offer lighter support as the cat’s leg heals.

It’s important to consult with your veterinarian to get a proper diagnosis and make a treatment plan.

Cat leg braces and splints are used to stabilize or immobilize a cat’s broken leg. If you think your cat has an injury such as a broken or dislocated leg, you should take him to the vet for a proper diagnosis.

Depending on the complexity of your cat’s leg injury, your vet may recommend a brace or splint. If the injury is more complex, surgery may be required.

There are different types of cat leg braces and splints that can support the cat’s leg at different stages of injury. A leg brace with metal rod inserts can form a splint to help stabilize a cat’s broken leg and promote healing.

Neo Sports Lab has developed both front and rear leg braces for cats that have removable metal rods on either side that form a splint. The rods can be removed from the brace to offer lighter support as the cat’s leg heals.

It’s important to consult with your veterinarian to get a proper diagnosis and make a treatment plan.

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      10 reviews for Dog Front Leg Braces Carpal Support With Metal Spring Strips (Pair)

      1. MBKWMBKW

        My rescue dog had surgery on her front joint below her hock because before we got her, she had broken or somehow injured her leg. It was never taken care of and her growth plates were damaged, she limped, and her ligament stretched (like a basset hound’s would, where her wrist is almost touching the ground). When we first adopted her, we took her to UC Davis for an evaluation, which ended up costing us $1000 for a brace (molded specifically for my dog) on top of the PT visits. That brace was great, but only lasted a year and then broke. We wanted a new brace, but they redesigned it so that it wouldn’t break after a year. The new design was crappola. It hurt my dog’s leg, left it raw, on and on. But they washed their hands of us. We contacted UC Davis to see if we could find another brace-maker, but they too washed their hands of us with a departing email that “not all dogs can be helped.”For the last 8 years my dog has had a neoprene brace that velcroes on, which does almost nothing. I was hesitant to buy another brace, but this one seems to do a good job. It’s better than the neoprene-only brace for sure. It seems to provide more support, and there are two, so if one poops out, I have a spare 🙂 I am pleased with this brace, and I would recommend to try it if your dog has ligament or joint issues in their front leg(s). I think the metal band inside the brace really does make a difference!

      2. Tess

        Our senior girl has been having some mobility and stability issues due to nagging arthritis, random weakness and age. These braces sit just between her carpal pad and her elbow on each front leg and seem to provide her with a great amount of support, comfort and confidence. We have only had these a few days, but they really seem to be helping her get around much better. The velcro is a little strong, as others have mentioned, but I am finding that it helps the product stay in place with little to no adjustments needed throughout the day. I would definitely recommend these braces for pups having similar issues!

      3. Denise D. Myers PowellDenise D. Myers Powell

        Very happy with the product in the support it gives for my dogs front legs. His back legs are also weak, but supporting the front legs has helped a lot. Winston is very cooperative when I put them on. He has a lot more control and balance with his ankles supported. When I remove them, his ankles seem to have a little more strength. The company’s customer service is excellent. I had bought the wrong size splints, and they promptly sent me the next size up. They place a card in the package to call them directly for any questions or needing another size. No need to return the ones that did not fit.

      4. Jana

        I like this product because they are easy to take on and off. My dog was diagnosed with Carpal Hyperextension of the right front leg. These braces are stable and provide the right amount of stability to help my dog return to normal as soon as possible. Love them! They do not seem to bother him at all. They are an all aroung good product.

      5. liz

        I love these. My old doggie suffers from arthritis and started to limp. My husband decided to buy these braces, and since we are using them, she is doing much better. They seem to be comfortable enough for her to sometimes even run. She is not limping anymore and the braces make it easier for her to stand up when she’s lying. I bought another pair after my first set wasn’t fastening as good. I will keep buying these braces as long as my doggie needs them. Worth the money.

      6. Maddawg

        We have an 80 lb dog who was born with poorly formed hip bones, so it has been a constant struggle to maintain his mobility. Now that he is older, the hip problems have caused problems with his front legs and shoulders due to a lifetime of trying to compensate for his weak back legs. These front braces have helped to greatly stabilize his front legs. He is getting up and down with less effort and his gait is more natural when he is walking now. Easy to put on and take off. Highly recommended for any dog showing weakness in his front legs.

      7. David

        We have a 75lb German Shepard who unfortunately sustained a hyperextension injury of her wrist. We were advised to use a support for it. We tried a basic dog wrap which wasn’t enough. Then tried one that was more rigid, but that was cumbersome for both her and us to put on. I tried this one and it went on easy following the instructions for the straps and I think the springs provided just the correct amount of gentle extra support. Her limp was much less noticeable. It was a good price and there is an extra one that I may use to support her other non injured wrist. We’ll see. We put it on before going out and leave it on afterwards in the house for a few hours then remove it per the instructions. She does not object to it. This was a good product for us – and it is made well, thank you.

      8. R M LABONTE

        dog has bone cancer right leg had radiation treatment was limping the brace really helps him get around better dog does not resist the brace, so I guess he likes it great product for him

      9. Debi Tripp

        At first I received the wrong product but the company was very good about it and sent me the right ones and I didn’t even have to send the others back. I have a little 13 yr. old Yorkie with really bad arthritis in one of his front knees. It will hardly holds him up. These braces have helped so much and he doesn’t mind them at all. He will just hold his leg out and let me put it on. Make sure you get them snug enough so that they don’t fall down. I’m very happy with this purchase.

      10. Carly MahoneyCarly Mahoney

        This “cast” was helpful for my sisters lab who got hit by a car. The vet said nothing was broken but she was still limping and not using it, so this was helpful for her as she heals.

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