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Extra Supportive Dog Carpal Brace

With Hinged Metal Splints & Safety Reflective Luminous Straps

$29.75 $35.00
Dog Wrist Wrap

Front Leg Wrist Wrap,Hyperextension,Daily Mobility Needs

$21.25 $36.88
Dog Front Leg No-Knuckling Training Sock

Cervical Vertebral Instability CVI , Wobblers Syndrome, Cervical Disc Disease

$69.00 $77.00
Adhesive Bandages for Dogs

Protects against soiling on the go,Prevents misalignment,Sprains and strains,Post-injury rehabilitation

$8.00 $10.00
Dog Front Leg Carpal Splint

Front Leg Wrist Wrap,Daily Mobility Needs

Dog Carpal Support

Front Leg Wrist Wrap,Hyperextension,Daily Mobility Needs

Dog Wrist Support Brace

Front Leg Wrist Wrap,Hyperextension,Daily Mobility Needs

Carpal Hyperextension Dog Brace

Front Leg Wrist Wrap,Hyperextension,Daily Mobility Needs

Dog Wrist Brace Sports Protection

Ultimate Support, Elbow calluses, Minor ligament distortions, Carpal hyperextension, Pressure sores ,Safe for dog & environment

$40.00 $57.00

Dog Wrist Brace for Sprained Wrist

Located on the foreleg below the elbow, the wrist is especially prone to injury. While strains are more common in hips and thighs from overstretching, sprains affect the ligaments (tissues) that connect bones, especially those in the wrist and knee. Dog wrist sprains can be caused by a hard landing from the car or rough exercise.
Signs of a Dog's Sprained Wrist
If you’ve ever moved your wrist the wrong way or rolled an ankle, you know that the discomfort can linger long after the incident takes place. Symptoms of your dog’s sprained wrist include:

  • Limp
  • Abnormal, hyperextended stance gait
  • Complain
  • Joint swelling or redness
  • Forelimb swelling
  • Swollen paw
  • Do not want to stand up from a sitting position
  • Prefer one leg over the other
  • Joint instability

Make an appointment with your veterinarian right away if you find your dog has a sprained wrist (or even a little limp if it persists) to check for symptoms of a more serious condition, such as bone deterioration.
The veterinarian may advise surgery in some severe cases of grade II (the joint is only partially functional, but the dog may still be able to walk) and grade III (CCL). Anti-inflammatory medications significantly lessen discomfort. Many dog owners think about using a front leg splint or dog wrist brace to support their dogs' wrists when surgery is not an appropriate choice. The dog wrist brace from Lovepluspet secures the joint and permits a callus to develop at the sprain, allowing it to heal.

Dog Wrist Brace for Carpal Hyperextension

As always, if you notice your dog is in any significant pain, consult your veterinarian. When surgery is not an appropriate option, especially if the condition is mild, consider a dog wrist brace to support your dog's recovery. As with sprains, limited exercise, hydrotherapy, and a dog wrist brace can support natural healing. Lovepluspet's dog wrist brace can also be used for post-operative care. A dog wrist brace can help stabilize the joint so the soft tissue can heal.

Support Your Dog's Wrist Health

Like any other joint in the body, the wrist is vital to your dog's mobility and active lifestyle. Whether your dog suffered an accident that compromised her wrist health or she has developed arthritis in her front legs as she ages, there are a variety of treatment options that can help her move on all fours. We hope your dog will be high-fiving you again soon.

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Lovepluspet dog wrist brace

The Lovepluspet dog wrist brace works primarily on your puppy's wrist, providing stability and protection for dogs suffering from arthritis, joint disease, or recovering from sprains, minor injuries, or surgery. The bright color design of the dog wrist brace keeps your dog cool and visible at night. In addition, the soft polyester fabric of the dog wrist brace allows dogs to move freely. There are heating particles inside the dog wrist brace, which will heat up after 15 minutes of wearing it. It is the best choice to protect the dog's wrist.


How do you support your dog's wrist after a sprain?

After a sprain, you can support your dog's wrist by limiting their movement and providing them with a comfortable place to rest. Your veterinarian may also recommend a dog wrist brace or bandage to immobilize the wrist and prevent further injury.

Are wrist wraps or dog wrist brace effective for treating sprained wrists in dogs?

A dog wrist brace or bandage can effectively treat your dog's sprained wrist, but be sure to check with your veterinarian before using any type of support. The use of wristbands or dog wrist brace can indeed protect the dog's wrist, heal sprains, and protect the dog's wounds. It has many functions.

Is my dog too old to wear a dog wrist brace?
Our dog wrist brace can benefit dogs of all ages. Using a dog wrist brace can help relieve pain and restore muscle mass. However, if your senior dog is unable to stand up on his own, our stand may not provide enough support.
When should my dog wear the dog wrist brace?
The dog wrist brace can be worn during the daytime, but it must be removed at night (together with the harness) so that the skin can breathe and the brace won't bother it. Your dog should always wear a dog wrist brace during the healing process for soft tissue injuries, which normally takes 8 to 13 weeks.
How do I get my dog used to wearing a dog wrist brace?
Some dogs may take some time to get used to wearing a dog wrist brace. We recommend that as soon as you put on the dog wrist brace, you take your dog for a walk around the house, give them a treat or give them a toy.

Are Dog Wrist Brace Useful?

The dog wrist brace is one of the most popular types of dog braces. Tarsal (Rear Foot) Brace - Helps protect the Achilles tendon, tarsal and metatarsal areas after injury. Carpal (Front Leg) Brace - Effectively stabilizes and immobilizes bones, ligaments and joints, promoting healing and long-term mobility.