The bootie splint supports the lower part of the limb. The brace extends under the paw to stabilize toe injuries and provides the support needed to properly position the limb.
It is especially indicated for knuckling problems, as well as for neurological processes and proprioceptive deficits in the distal limbs.
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Limb injuries in dogs usually require effective immobilization in the form of bandages or splints. This new splint has been moulded after a human one and is commonly used in cases of leg, tarsal or paw injuries.
The bootie splint supports the lowest part of the rear or front limb.
This brace extends under the paw to stabilize toe injuries and provides support to properly position the limb. Extremely useful for metatarsal or phalanges problems as well as for nerve damage.
*If in doubt between two sizes, pick the bigger one.
|Size||Weight||Splint Height||Splint Width|
|XS||4 - 11 kg||14 cm||4,4 cm|
|S||11 - 18 kg||16,5 cm||5,7 cm|
|M||18 - 30 kg||20,3 cm||6,4 cm|
|L||30 - 39 kg||22,5 cm||7 cm|
|XL||39 - 55 kg||27,9 cm||7,6 cm|
Measure with a measuring tape.