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Dogs Hock Brace
Dogs Hock Brace
Dogs Hock Brace
Dogs Hock Brace
Dogs Hock Brace
Dogs Hock Brace

Dogs Hock Brace

$50.09
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Description

Features:

Materials:Neoprene

Occasions:Strains of the canine joint,case of Arthritis,for Support after operation,fatigue,before and after surgery, chronic arthritis, ligament injuries.

The Hock Wrap for Dogs offers and stabilize the hock joint. Recommended to use when dogs have a weak or painful ankle or a limping on hind leg.

Suitable for:Small /medium /large dogs

Category:DOG BRACE>CARPAL BRACE

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If your dog has ligament injuries, tarsal injuries or osteoarthritis, the Hock Wrap for Dogs is the product you're looking for!

Pros of Dog Hock Brace Wrap:

It will reduce pain and relieve the joints.

The brace can improve your dog's mobility and speed up the healing process.

Prevention of injuries

Muscle relaxation and helping the healing process after surgeries and injuries.

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SIZE

Steps to measure the proper size:

1) Get a tape measure or something else you can use to measure.

2) Measure the outline of the leg at the height of the elbow.

3) Have a look at our size chart and pick the size that fits your measurement.

4) If you are unsure about two sizes, it is always best to pick the bigger one.

SIZES CHART

Usage Instructions

1.Strentch the dog hock brace well before putting it on.

2.Place the dog leg ankle wrap around the legs stably.

3.Adjust the velcro to suitable for the dogs' size.

4.Please be watching when your dog slowly moving,you could tighten or loosen the velcro to the most comfort position.

5.Remember to remove it when your dog is resting.

Warm tips

During the first few days,when dog using this elbow brace,please keep using time under a few hours only.Since the dog needs adapting the feeling and the neoprene.You could adjust the using time day after day.

Remove brace every 2-3 hours and at night to allow leg to "breathe" JOINT CARE.

Please note this is a hock brace, not a knee brace.

Shipping Service

Shipping

We know how important that you receive your order as soon as possible and for this reason we always do our best to use a shipping method that gets your order to you fast.

Shipping Method:FedEx,EMS,DHL,4PX,EUB(Ecnomic Shipping Service)

Ecnomic shipping service will be provided sitewide for free.

Transportation time

Standard ( 7-10 business days )

Affected by Covid-19, there will be some delay on the delivery.

Returning Policy

Order Cancellation

Before the product is shipped or produced you could email to us cancel the order for you.

After order is cancelled you will get full refund during 24 hours.

We cannot cancel the order if the product is already shipped out,but you could email to us after the parcel delivered.Then we could nego the returning process.

Product Returns

Customers have the right to apply for a return within 14 days after delivery the product.

Conditions that could submit the returning request:

Your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

To complete your return, we require a receipt or proof of purchase.

We have a designated return address, please email our customer service at service@healpup.com to make sure you send the package to the right address.

Return request handling time : 24-48 hours

Notice:You have to burden the returning or exchange shipping fee (except the product you received is damaged)

Order Refunds

Once your return is received and inspected, we will email to you that we will handle your order refunds, also notify you of the approval or rejection of your refund. If you are approved, then your refund will be processed, Money will back to your original method of payment during 24 hours.

FAQ

1.How does the buying process work?

It is very easy and convenient. You can use this website to buy our products from anywhere in the world at any time. Have a look at the products you are interested in, read the product description which explains the benefits of each product and how you have to measure your dog to find the right size, and then all you have left to do is put the products you want into your cart and check out! We will do the rest and send the product to you as fast as possible!

2.What are the dog hock brace for?

They can be used for injury prevention and recovery. can be used before and after surgery, chronic arthritis, ligament injuries and arthritis.

3.Which size do i need?

In the description of each product, you can find a sizing guide. Use a measuring tape to measure your dog and then you will know the right size.

4.Where are the products manufactured?

China

5.Are you qualified to produce such products which can be vital for a dog's health?

You can 100% rely on our knowledge and experience. We are only offering the best of products because we have your dog's health on our mind.

6.Should i talk to my veterinarian about the dog hock brace?

Yes,of course.This is totally worked.

7.Hock instability: What is it?

The hock joint connects the dog’s shin bone to the paw where ligaments hold the bones in place. When these ligaments tear, it can cause instability in the joint, making it difficult for a dog to walk. Hock injuries can also stem from a fracture in the shin bone. Most hock injuries stem from trauma, likely due to a fall, accident, or another misstep.

8.What is the Hock on a Dog?

The canine hock joint, which is placed below the stifle, essentially the knee, on a dog’s rear leg, corresponds to the human ankle joint. It connects the shin bones (tibia and fibula) to the paw bones (talus and calcaneus bones). The hock is responsible for the acute angle of the dog’s hind legs. While dogs do not exert as much weight on their heels as people do, the two joints are functionally and physically comparable. It may also be called the tarsal joint.

After a sudden traumatic event, such as getting hit by a car or catching a paw in a hole in the ground, your dog may rupture any of four principal ligaments on the inner and outer sides of the joint, or fracture the fibula or bottom of the tibia.

9.What Conditions and Injuries Cause Hock Instability?

There are multiple conditions and injuries that may cause hock instability in dogs. Here are some common causes:

Torn Hock Ligament

When a dog’s paw gets trapped in a hole while running or between fence posts, it can tear the hock ligament. A torn hock ligament can also result from a forceful, traumatic injury, such as being hit by a car or being trodden on, which causes the ligament to be damaged and ruptured. Small ligament injuries that don’t appear to be dangerous at first may eventually result in ligament degeneration. Obese dogs are more prone to suffer from dog carpal injuries due to increased stress on the hock joint.

Osteoarthritis

steochondritis Dissecans (OCD) is a painful condition that prevents bone from growing normally from cartilage. When OCD occurs, a cartilage flap forms within joints, resulting in lameness and joint discomfort. Diet, heredity, hormonal imbalance, stress, growth rate, and joint anatomy can all contribute to the development of OCD. Larger breeds are also more prone to OCD. While it most commonly affects the shoulder, it can also affect other joints like the hock joint.

Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD)

Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) is a painful condition that prevents bone from growing normally from cartilage. When OCD occurs, a cartilage flap forms within joints, resulting in lameness and joint discomfort. Diet, heredity, hormonal imbalance, stress, growth rate, and joint anatomy can all contribute to the development of OCD. Larger breeds are also more prone to OCD. While it most commonly affects the shoulder, it can also affect other joints like the hock joint.

10.How to treat a hock injury?

Hock splints for dogs and other dog hock brace options are the most common forms of treatment. However, a particularly bad hock injury may result in surgery where pins are inserted to help repair any fractures in the bone. For a ligament injury, pins are used in conjunction with a suture to aid in recovery.

Dogs who receive surgery will likely use a hock splint for a long time in order to stop movement and promote healing.

11.How a Canine Hock Brace Works?

More and more pet owners are finally finding relief for their pups using orthopedic dog braces. Dog hock protectors can help treat hock issues. The Hock Holder orthopedic brace for dogs can help prevent injuries and sprains and help your dog move more easily and without pain. The ankle wrap fits the natural angle of the hock to prevent it from hyper extending. If applied to the non-injured hock, the Hock Holder can prevent injury in that leg. If your dog suffers from hock instability, this neoprene leg wrap helps hold the joint in place so scar tissue can develop. Once the joint is supported medially and laterally, your dog can move easily without straining the joint. While surgery for a hock joint injury is fairly rare, dog ankle braces can also be used post-surgically.

As always, if your dog is having trouble walking, first consult your veterinarian before treating the issue. With the right treatment plan in effect, your dog can more easily and quickly get back to her favorite pastimes.

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