Dog Rear Leg Brace [Long Version] With Metal Spring Strips (Pair)

$57.99

Uses: Arthritis, Limb Mobility, Stability, Weak Leg Support, Aging Pets, Torn ACL or CCL, Cruciate Ligament, Wound Protection, Injury Prevention, Hock Support

Our NeoAlly® Dog Rear Leg Brace with Metal Supports for large dogs is made of durable semi-rigid materials that provide strong stabilization for your dog’s lower back leg joints and bones. Our signature design has removable metal strips that form a splint around your pet’s legs while not hindering movement or irritating skin.  Hock braces help pets who suffer from weak hind legs (ankles) due to injury, arthritis, age, or other ailments that affect mobility. Recommended by veterinarians.

Key Features & Benefits

  •  Designed for large dogs (long legs)
  •  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

NeoAlly® Dog Hock or Ankle Brace with Strong Support for Large Dogs

Does your large dog suffer from a sprained ankle or hock injury? The NeoAlly® Large Dog Rear Leg Brace is the perfect hock or ankle brace for your pet. This model has dual metal spring strips that provide strong stabilization for your pet’s hock joints and bones.

Our large dog back leg brace lends extra support to the muscles and tendons of the hock or ankle and rear leg. In fact, this type of back leg support will also help large dogs with knee issues such as a torn ACL or CCL.

The Dog Hind Leg Brace with Removable Strips for Adjustable Support

The metal spring strips are semi-rigid and create a rear leg splint for your dog. The metal strips are removable and provide additional support without hindering your pet’s movement. Just remove the metal strips to continue to brace your large dog after she regains mobility.

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

PLEASE NOTE: This is the long version designed for large dogs or dogs with long legs. If your pet is small in size or has short legs, please consider our NeoAlly® Rear Leg Braces with Metal Supports for Small Dogs & Cats.

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

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.
  • LARGE DOGS ONLY: This is the long version designed for large dogs or dogs with long legs. If your pet is small size or has short legs, please consider our NeoAlly® Rear Leg Braces with Metal Supports for Small Dogs & Cats.
  • 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.
  • RECOVERY + PAIN RELIEF + INCREASED MOBILITY: Our NeoAlly® Rear Leg Dog Brace for large dogs is made with care to provide strong support for a dog’s rear leg injuries such as a torn ACL or cruciate ligament (CCL). It doubles as a splint and provides support for sprains or post-surgery recovery. Overall, the leg brace can help wounds heal, provide joint pain relief, and aid with loss of stability and mobility caused by arthritis.
  • ULTIMATE SUPPORT: There are two metal support strips (removable) in each leg brace that form a splint to provide strong support and stabilization while your pet’s leg is healing from injury. The strips can be removed and the brace will continue to support the hind leg as your dog regains mobility.
  • PROTECTS AGAINST FUTURE INJURY: Your dog may suffer from injuries related to jumping, walking, or running. Our NeoAlly® Dog Rear Leg Brace provides assistance to help support and stabilize your dog’s hocks and 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 angle design perfectly matches a dog’s hock to prevent sliding. In addition, each hind leg brace comes with 4 reflective Velcro® straps that secure the brace around the ankle 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® Rear Leg Dog Brace for large dogs 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 large dog.
  • WARRANTY: All our products come with a 30-day money back guarantee.
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FAQs + Learning Center

Whether your dog can recover from an ACL tear without surgery depends on the severity of the tear and the dog’s health, age and activity level. If surgery is not warranted or is not an option, a dog ACL or CCL brace can be a good cost-effective solution.

A torn ACL is one of the most common injury in dogs. The injury requires rest, immobilization and often surgery to repair. A dog knee ACL brace offers therapeutic support and stabilization before and after surgery. It’s also useful in cases when surgery is not necessary or feasible. Immobilization of the knee and leg helps reduce pain and inflammation and provides support during healing.

A dog ACL brace is the natural way to treat a dog’s torn ACL (anterior or cranial cruciate ligament, CCL), sprains or strains of the canine knee, back leg limping, or arthritis. The brace offers good post-operative support and stabilization or knee immobilization, if needed.

Many dogs can continue to injury their knee and leg if they walk on it or don’t have the proper support. A brace will stabilize the limb so the leg can heal at a faster pace.

The typical waiting period to see if the ACL ligament is healing without surgery is 8 weeks. If your dog is not putting weight on the leg after this time, surgery may be required.

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

 

What is an ACL Tear on a Dog?

A ruptured anterior cruciate ligament (ACL or CCL) tear is a common type of ligament injury in pets. It’s characterized by sudden lameness and swelling of the knee joint. This condition develops if the dog exerts excess pressure on the knee joint that causes a ligament tear. An ACL tear (CCL tear in dogs) may need to be treated surgically to prevent the onset of arthritis. Breeds such as Rottweilers and Labrador retrievers are at greater risk of developing a torn ACL.

A soft tissue injury takes about 6–10 weeks to heal.

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

A ruptured anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear is a common type of ligament injury in dogs. It’s characterized by sudden lameness and swelling of the knee joint. This condition develops if your dog exerts excess pressure on the knee joint that causes a ligament tear.

An ACL (or CCL in dogs) tear may need to be treated surgically to prevent the onset of arthritis. Breeds such as Rottweilers and Labrador retrievers are at greater risk of developing a torn ACL or CCL.

A soft tissue injury takes about 6–10 weeks to heal.

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

The typical waiting period to see if your dog’s ACL ligament is healing without surgery is 8 weeks. If your dog is not putting weight on the leg after this time, surgery may be required.

Whether your dog can recover from an ACL tear without surgery depends on the severity of the tear and the dog’s health, age and activity level. If surgery is not warranted or is not an option, a dog ACL or CCL brace can be a good cost-effective solution.

A dog ACL brace is the natural way to treat a dog’s torn ACL (anterior or cranial cruciate ligament, CCL), sprains or strains of the canine knee, back leg limping, or arthritis. The brace also offers good post-operative support and stabilization or knee immobilization, if needed.

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

Arthritis in a dog’s leg or hip joints is a common problem. A dog hip brace or leg brace may offer the stability and support needed to help decrease the arthritic pain and inflammation that occurs when your pet is active. Braces can also help your pet stay mobile.

Arthritis in dogs can develop in all joints of their front or back legs, including elbow, wrist, ankle, knee, hips and shoulder. It’s important to visit your veterinarian to get a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.

If your dog’s inflammation is due to inflammation in the front or rear legs, leg braces can help with the joint pain and loss of stability and mobility.

If your dog has trouble walking or standing, her hips may be the root of the instability. A dog hip brace may help stabilize the hips, reduce discomfort, and increase mobility. A hip brace for dogs provides support and warm compression to the joints and muscles in the hips and lower back. This eases pain and helps mobility.

Braces for Dogs that Can Help with Arthritis Pain

Our NeoAlly® non-rigid leg braces help dogs that suffer from limb weakness or injury due to arthritis or age. They’re highly recommended by veterinarians and provide the much-needed support to help your dog’s joint pain.

Our NeoAlly® Dog Hip Brace will help stabilize your dog’s hips. We work with veterinarians to develop the most comfortable and effective hip braces for dogs. Our design provides the support right at the hip area for the dog so the braces fit perfectly.

Leg and hip braces for dogs can treat arthritis, osteoarthritis, and dysplasia. It’s important to consult with your veterinarian to get a proper diagnosis and make a treatment plan.

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.

A torn CCL is the most common injury in dogs. The injury requires rest, immobilization and often surgery for repair. A dog knee brace can offer therapeutic support and stabilization before and after surgery, but it’s also useful in cases when surgery is not necessary or feasible.

A dog knee brace is a good way to help treat a torn ACL or CCL, sprains or strains of the canine knee, back leg limping, arthritis, or when knee immobilization is needed. Immobilization of the knee and leg helps reduce pain and inflammation and provide support during healing. The brace also offers ideal post-operative support and stabilization.

What are the Benefits of Using a Dog Knee Brace for a Torn CCL?

Your dog can sustain a knee or CCL injury when playing in the yard or just landing incorrectly going down the stairs. This type of injury is painful and makes it difficult for your dog to move around. So, you want the best treatment plan to ensure a speedy recovery. A well-designed dog knee brace will support the injury while it heals and keep your dog comfortable and mobile. It will also help reduce the risk of further injury.

4 Benefits of Using a Dog Knee Brace for a Torn CCL

  1. Increase Mobility

Dog CCL braces make it possible for your dog to continue walking on the injured leg. Your dog can continue going on walks or moving around the yard or home without feeling limited.

  1. Comfort

A dog knee brace will allow your pet to remain comfortable as she begins to heal. While wearing the brace, dogs can easily sleep and perform the same functions as they did prior to the injury. This makes it easy to wear for several weeks or months. Our NeoAlly® Knee Brace can be measured to fit the size of your dog to ensure it fits properly.

  1. Reduce the Risk of Further Injury

Unfortunately, many dogs can continue to injury their leg if they walk on it or don’t have the proper support. A brace will stabilize the limb so the leg can heal at a faster pace.

  1. Dog Knee CCL Brace Instead of Surgery?

In some cases (depending on age or health conditions), you may consider using an CCL brace instead of putting your dog through surgery. Leg braces can help your dog’s mobility if surgery is not an ideal option.

What is the Difference in an ACL and CCL on a Dog?

Put simply, the thin connective tissue in the middle of the knee is called the ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) in humans and the CCL (cranial cruciate ligament) in canines.

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

A dog’s ankle (hock or tarsus) is the most injury-prone part of dog’s body. If your dog has a swollen back leg, it’s likely a hock, ankle or Achilles’ injury. A high-quality dog ankle brace is crucial to help the injury heal and to keep your pet mobile, whether she needs surgery or not.

Dog ankle braces help pets who suffer from weak hind legs, sprained ankles, arthritis, age, or other conditions that affect mobility.

Knuckling and hyperextension of the hock are two common problems that can be corrected with ankle braces for dogs. In fact, most injuries occur in the hind legs, especially in active or aging animals. Dog ankle braces can provide the support needed to help resolve these issues.

About Our Ankle Braces for Dogs

Neo Sports Lab has developed two types of dog ankle braces to protect a dog’s back legs. The non-rigid and semi-rigid models provide different levels of support and are recommended by veterinarians.

Our NeoAlly® Dog Rear Leg Brace is made of durable non-rigid materials that are designed to stabilize your dog’s lower back leg joints and bones. Our signature design ensures the braces will not hinder movement, irritate the skin, or slide down your pet’s leg.

Our NeoAlly® Dog Rear Leg Brace with Metal Supports is made of durable semi-rigid materials that provide strong stabilization for your dog’s lower back leg joints and bones. Our signature design has removable metal strips that form a splint around your pet’s legs while not hindering movement or irritating skin.

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

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