– After surgery and with conservative treatments
– Hygromas and bursitis
– Instability and joint hypermobility
– Elbow osteoarthritis
– Arthritis of the elbow
– Elbow dysplasia
– Proprioceptive deficits
* Seek advice for amputee dogs.
How to measure your dog if you opt for a customized brace:
All elbow braces are custom made with the measurements you send us. Use a sewing tape or a vinyl tape measure, never a rigid carpenter tape.
It is very important to get the correct size. Bear in mind that all elbow braces are used to protect joints, not to restrict movement.
1- With the dog standing, measure from the tip of the elbow on one side to the same spot on the opposite limb, passing over the dog’s back.
2- Measure the circumference of both elbows (left and right). They may be different, especially if there is swelling.
3- Measure the circumference of both limbs (left and right) a few centimeters below the tip of the elbow.
4- Measure from tip of the elbow to the floor.
*Make sure to include all measurements (1, 2, 3 and 4) in the comments section when placing the order for a custom size brace.
Important: We have standard sizes in stock, however custom made braces are made with the measurements you send us. Bear in mind that in this case the delivery takes a bit longer than usual (10 days).