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Hinged Dog Double Leg Brace

CCL Injury,Arthritis,Hip dysplasia

$49.00 $69.00
Hinged Dog Double Leg Brace Red

CCL Injury,Arthritis,Hip dysplasia

$41.65 $69.00
Dog Hip Dysplasia Brace

Hip Dysplasia,Arthritis,Joint support

$101.15 $179.00
Hip Brace for Dogs with Hip Dysplasia

Hip dysplasia, Arthritis pain and inflammation, Low back pain/weakness, Osteoarthritis, Post operative support, Seat belts and harnesses

$109.65 $184.00
Small Dog Wheelchair for Hind Legs

for small dogs 4.41-44.09 pounds, back height 4.7-17.3 inches, handicapped pets

$150.00 $214.29
Grid Dog Lift Harness for Back Legs

Arthritis,Rehabilitation,Injured,Surgery,Disabled Dog

Grid Dog Lift Harness for Back Legs Blue

Arthritis,Rehabilitation,Injured,Surgery,Disabled Dog

Dog Lift Harness Full Body Support

Arthritis,Rehabilitation,Injured,Surgery,Disabled Dog

$45.05 $64.00
Dog Hip Support Brace for Dysplasia

Low back pain/weakness, Osteoarthritis, Back leg limping, Mild to moderate hip dysplasia, Decreased endurance during activity, Post operative support

$122.40 $206.00
Back Leg Dog Harness

Arthritis,Rehabilitation,Injured,Surgery,Disabled Dog

Dog Rear Harness with Handle for Lifting

Arthritis,Rehabilitation,Injured,Surgery,Disabled Dog

$34.00 $40.00
Small Rear Support Dog Wheelchair

for small dogs 8.84-19.84 pounds, back height 6.8-11.7 inches, handicapped pets

$145.00 $208.00
Fodable Rear Wheels for Small Dogs

for small dogs 6.61-35.27 pounds, back height 3.9-17.3 inches, handicapped pets

$148.75 $250.00
Dog Hip Brace for Hind Leg

Training for correction,Helps to prevent and treat dog crossed legs

$42.00 $47.00
Small / Medium Dog Hind Leg Wheelchair

for small dogs 6.61-22.12 pounds, back height 3.5-17.7 inches, handicapped pets

$160.00 $228.57
Little Dog Rear Wheelchair

for small dogs 22.05-44.09 pounds, back height 7.8-19.7 inches,handicapped pets

$161.50 $271.43
Belly Sling for Large Dogs

Arthritis,Rehabilitation,Injured,Surgery,Disabled Dog

$51.00 $60.00
Small Dog Wheelchairs for Back Leg Support

for small dogs 8.84-19.84 pounds, back height 6.8-11.7 inches, handicapped pets

$143.00 $204.28
Fodable Large Dog Wheelchair for Back Legs

for large dogs 35.27-88.18 pounds,back height 17.3-28.3 inches,handicapped pets

$360.00 $514.29
Front Rear Support Harness Set Green

Arthritis,Rehabilitation,Injured,Surgery,Disabled Dog

Oxford Full Body Lifting Harness for Dogs

Arthritis,Rehabilitation,Injured,Surgery,Disabled Dog

$64.00 $72.00
Front Rear Support Harness Set

Arthritis,Rehabilitation,Injured,Surgery,Disabled Dog

Labrador Dog Hip Brace

Hip pain,Hip dysplasia,Osteoarthritis or Arthritis

$128.00 $183.00
Medium / Large Dog Wheelchair for Back Legs

for large dogs 33.07-66.14 pounds,back height 16.1-26.7 inches,handicapped pets


What is dog hip dysplasia?

Dog hip dysplasia is a common bone disorder that is common in large or giant breeds, but can also occur in smaller breeds. To understand how this occurs, owners must first understand the basic anatomy of the hip joint.
The hip joint functions as a ball and socket. In dog hip dysplasia, the ball and socket don't fit or develop properly, and they rub and grind instead of gliding smoothly. This can lead to deterioration over time and eventual loss of function of the joint itself.

What causes dog hip dysplasia?
While environmental factors such as obesity (especially at a young age), poor nutrition, or lack of exercise can certainly contribute to the risk of elbow or hip dysplasia, more often genetics are at play.
Fortunately, dog breeders use a Kennel Club-approved system called the Dysplasia Program to help them make breeding decisions to reduce the risk of hip and elbow problems.
The dog is tested and x-rayed, then "scored" for the hips and elbows to inform its Estimated Breed Value (EBV). If a dog is less than average likely to pass on hip dysplasia to its puppies, it will receive a score of less than zero.
Dogs with higher scores were more likely to give birth to puppies with affected hips.

Which breeds are most prone to dog hip dysplasia?
Any dog can have hip dysplasia, as it is not breed-specific. However, the condition is most common in medium to large breeds such as Golden Retrievers, Labradors, and German Shepherds.

How to raise a dog hip dysplasia?
Many dog parents use a support harness for dog hip dysplasia to help them lift dogs with hip dysplasia. Dog hip dysplasia often need to be lifted or helped up.The biggest use of support harness for dog hip dysplasia is to help puppies cope with different diseases and old age. They take pressure off the back legs and provide support when your dog is walking around.If you live in a multi-story apartment building, a support harness for dog hip dysplasia is a great tool when your dog is unable to get up and down the stairs.Best of all, with a support harness for dogs with hip dysplasia you can keep your furry friend by your side, increasing your bond and helping your dog feel at ease.If you really need help with a dog hip dysplasia, support harness for dog hip dysplasia is your best bet.

What is the best treatment option for dog hip dysplasia?
Dogs with dog hip dysplasia respond primarily to pain relief and physical therapy. Some dogs may require surgery if the condition is severe or if conservative treatment fails.
Dog hip braces, support harness for dogs with hip dysplasia, and dog wheelchairs can all help treat dog hip dysplasia.

Lovepluspet specializes in flexible, adjustable and affordable dog leg braces and support harness for dog hip dysplasia. Our support harness for dog hip dysplasia focuses on many areas of the dog's legs. The support harness for dog hip dysplasia provides support and stability for the dog hip joint to minimize stress on the dog hip joint and allow for post-operative healing or pain-free exercise.
The support harness for dogs with hip dysplasia provides support for the lower back and hip area for dogs recovering from surgery or injury.
It is also suitable for senior dogs with limited mobility. The support and stability of the support harness for dogs with hip dysplasia helps reduce hip discomfort and inflammation when dogs are active.