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Splints & Leg Support

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Bootie Splint 1Bootie Splint 3
  • Stiff support for below carpal (wrist on front) or below hock (ankle on rear).
  • Goes under paw to help paw or digits for knuckling or nerve damage issues, or for dogs with broken or missing toes.
  • Helps provide correct paw positioning for knuckling and can be used in conjunction with No-Knuckling Training Sock, in between rehab sessions.
Carpal Splint 1Carpal Splint 3
  • Stiff support for front leg injuries and weakness in the wrist (carpal area).
  • Keeps paw free for a more natural walking experience.
Front Splint 1Rear Splint 4
  • Stiff support for injuries, weakness, or broken front lower legs.
  • Front Splint goes under the paw.
  • Less costly option than a custom cast and daily bandages.
  • Offers support under paw as well as for lower leg.
  • The Wrist Wrap can be used at night when not using the Front Splint.
Hock Splint 1Hock Splint 2
  • Stiff support for the lower leg for hyper extension and joint tendon issues.
  • Keeps the paw free for a more natural walking experience.
Hock Wrap 1Hock Wrap 2
  • Rear lifting support for dog’s hind end
  • Compatible with Rear or 4-Wheel Walkin’ Wheels
  • Fleece-lined canvas
  • Dog steps into harness which pulls up like a pair of shorts
Rear Splint 1Rear Splint 2
  • Stiff support for injuries or weak or broken rear lower legs.
  • Rear Splint goes under the paw.
  • Less costly option than a custom cast and daily bandages.
  • Offers support for paw and lower leg.
  • The Hock Wrap can be used at night when not using the Rear Splint.
Wrist Wrap FrontWrist Wrap Front 2
  • Provides light, flexible, compression support (like an ace bandage) to wrist joint directly above each paw for minor wrist injuries.
  • Can be used for additional support with front or carpal splints, or for legs that are too thin to use those splints without extra padding.
  • Good option when not using the carpal or front splint, such as during the night.
NKTS 1NKTS 2
  • Temporary training tool for rehabbing knuckling toes on back legs.
  • To be worn for short, 2-5 minute training sessions during activity/exercise.
  • The No-Knuckling Training Sock should only be used on one leg at a time.
  • Bootie Splint can be worn in between No-Knuckling training sessions.