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The Walkin’ Rear Leg Dog Splint helps give your best friend all the comfort and support they need. This brace provides joint support for your pet to help with injuries and conditions that may decrease mobility.
EASY AND COST-EFFECTIVE WAY TO TREAT INJURIES
Caring for injured pets can be challenging for pet parents. Our pet splint offers protection, support, and comfort to weakened or unstable areas and provides an easy way to provide daily wound therapy. This reusable dog joint protector can also reduce the cost of bandaging and casting.
DURABLE, LIGHTWEIGHT AND WATERPROOF
The exterior of our canine rear splint is made of hard, waterproof plastic with a soft foam padding on the inside. The non-skid pad at the bottom adds stability while the lightweight design helps with your pet’s tolerance of the canine splint.
PROTECTS YOUR PET’S BROKEN OR WEAK LIMB
The Walkin’ Rear Splint helps keep your dog’s leg in a normal walking position and allows them to put weight on the broken or weak limb. The pet splint extends above the hock and completely under the paw ensuring that your pet’s leg is fully supported.
PLEASE NOTE: There is no “right” or “left” leg or paw designated for splints; splints may be used for either the right or left leg/paw. If you order a splint and it is marked with “L” it refers to the size (Large).
How long should my pet wear the Walkin’ Splint? Splints are not designed to be left on your pet for a long period of time. Introduce your pet to the splint by slowly fitting the splint onto your pet. Do this for the first handful of times your pet has to wear the splint. Have your pet wear the splint for two hours on, followed by two hours off. When your pet is resting or relaxed for a long period of time, keep the splint off. Always remove the splint overnight.
How do I use a Pet Splint? Injuries to the lower limb of small animals often need to be splinted or braced. Please see your veterinarian to determine whether this is the best treatment for your pet. These splints can be used on the lower leg for stability and support and are available in a full range of sizes and shapes to accommodate the front or rear leg comfortably. Your pet should always be supervised when using the splint.
How does the splint attach to my pet? Walkin’ Pets Splints are placed on the back of the leg and held in place by padded touch-fastener closure straps. They extend about halfway up the leg. The bottom of the splint extends completely under the paw to provide weight-bearing support. This is ideal for fractures, knuckling, and other ailments.
What are the splints made of? Splints are made of hard plastic with a soft foam lining and a non-skid pad on the bottom. The non-skid pad will not work well on some slippery surfaces. Before using the splint, test it on the surface to make sure it will grip adequately.
Should I talk to my veterinarian about the splint? Splints should be used only when recommended by a pet care professional who will determine whether the splint is appropriate, how long it should be worn, and what problems might occur that would indicate that use of the splint should be discontinued. These include chafing, muscle atrophy, or extreme distress of the animal.
How should I get my pet used to the splint? Occasionally, animals resist having the splint put on and may try to escape. An animal with a splint halfway on can injure himself or herself. Put the splint on in an enclosed area, and secure the pet with a leash or other restraint. As you start to put on the splint, reward the pet with special treats. Start with two to three minute sessions and increase the time as your pet gets used to the splint.
Any advice for the best way to put the splint on my pet? Putting a sock on the leg before applying the splint is sometimes more comfortable for the dog. Front splints should be applied on a sitting animal. Starting at the bottom, place the foot flat in the bottom of the splint. Make sure that the toes do not extend over the bottom edge. Snug the bottom strap first. Check for a snug fit after the animal has taken a few steps.
Can my dog sit and lay down with a splint on? Yes, your pet can sit and lay down with our splints.
Can I change or remold the splint with heat? Yes, you can heat and flare the plastic away from a problem area, but you cannot change the angle of the splint. You will need a heat gun to do any modifications; the splint will be non-returnable as soon as heat is applied. Cool the splint completely before you try it on your pet.
Does the splint have any tread or soling on the bottom so the dog will not slip? Yes, the splints have a non-skid soling surface on the bottom.
Do the splints have any padding inside and can it be cleaned? Yes, the splints are fully lined with a closed cell foam padding that can be washed.
|Walkin' Pet Splint for Dog, Canine Rear Leg||Walkin' Pet Splint for Dogs, Canine Rear Leg Splint with Foam||Walkin' Pet Splint for Dogs, Canine Bootie Style Leg Splint with Foam||Walkin' Pet Splint for Dogs, Canine Hock Style Leg Splint with Foam||Walkin' Extended Hock Support for Dogs Rear Leg Helps Canine Arthritis||Walkin' Hock Wrap for Dogs Rear Leg Canine|
|Front or Rear?||Rear||Rear||Front amp; Rear||Rear||Rear||Rear|
|Type of Support||Stiff/Hard/Rigid||Stiff/Hard/Rigid||Stiff/Hard/Rigid||Stiff/Hard/Rigid||Soft/Flexible||Soft/Flexible|