We know how much your pet means to you, and how it feels to see your pet limping and uncomfortable. Therefore, we carry a complete selection of prosthetics and orthotic solutions for our animal friends.
We also treat your pet as our own to ensure your pet gets the highest level of care and compassion. We will work with you and your veterinarian to design each prosthetic to your pet’s unique needs. Each solution carefully crafted to meet your vet’s prescribed therapeutic goals using only the most advanced, biomechanical technology available.
Our line of animal products includes braces, dog knee braces, and prosthetics for both large and small animals.
Sometimes called a dog knee brace, a stifle is a brace that wraps around your pet’s knee to keep it stable. Perfect for dogs with an ACL tear or injury, these braces restrict cranial tibial thrusting while providing polycentric mechanical hinges to help your help walk in comfort.
Elbow Braces and Prosthetics
We have solutions for every animal elbow injury or instability. If your pet is limping in discomfort and pain, talk to one of our animal specialists and will help improve the quality of life for your pet and your family.
Tarsus Hook and Paw
We also have a few hook and paw solutions in case your pet has an Achilles injury or any other orthopedic deformity. Our braces firm and effective support to reduce your pet’s discomfort.
Pelvic Limb Prosthetics
Pelvic prostheses restore your pet’s mobility while reducing discomfort. We know 4 legs are better for your pets than having only 3. Because of this, we make our pelvic solutions with great care and high-quality, state-of-the-art materials.
Carpus Wrist and Paw
Carpal hypertension is a very painful situation for your pet. It happens when trauma injuries the ligaments in your pet’s paw, causing the palm or plant to touch the ground. We know that this condition reduces the quality of life of your pet and family. Therefore, we offer a number of wrist and paw brace and prosthesis solutions to restore your pet’s mobility.
Thoracic Limb Prosthetics
Trauma, congenital deformity, and orthopedic and oncological issues are just some of the reasons why your pet lost his or her limb. Either way, we have several state-of-the-art, limb prosthetics solutions to ease your pet’s discomfort. Our animal specialists will work with your veterinarian to determine the needs of your pet and your goals to create the right prosthetics for your pet.