Rear Leg Splint for Dogs
Rear limb injuries in dogs usually require an effective immobilization. This new splint has been moulded after a human one and is normally used in cases of leg, tarsal or paw injuries.
Dog splints are useful for treating neurological problems, (to correctly position the limb) as well as in trauma problems (to provide support and immobilize).
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Dog Splint for Hindlimb
Injuries to the limbs in pets usually require bandages or splints that immobilize the extremity. This new splint has been moulded after a human one commonly used in cases of leg, tarsal or paw injuries.
It is made of thermodeformable polypropylene for a better fit and is covered with closed-cell foam.
The following table will help you choose the right size.
The "A" measurement refers to the length from the hock extending down the back of the limb and under the foot, until reaching the tip of the longest toe (standing position).
The "B" measurement refers to the total length of the splint. Place a flexible tape measure under the animal's paw and measure from the longest toe extending up the back of the limband over the hock to just below the dog's knee (standing position).
The animal's weight is approximate.
*The XXS size or Feline is used in very small dogs or cats.
If in doubt between two sizes, pick the bigger one.
If you have any questions regarding the sizes, phone us or e-mail us at [email protected].