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Why Choose LOVEPLUSPET Brace

  • High quality dog brace supports CCL injury, luxating patella, arthritis, and more
  • Professional guides and services to help you choose the correct dog brace
  • Free shipping worldwide, 30-day return, worry-free shopping
  • Free Exchange of Unfit Size after Donation

Dog Brace

Our Process


Choose A Brace

Select the appropriate brace for your dog's injury or ailment. Consulting a veterinarian is always recommended.


Measure Your Dog Size

Each dog brace should measure your dog's circumference. Following sizing guides to ensure the right fit. Email us if you are still unsure.


Complete Your Order

We ship dog brace daily, Monday thru Saturday. Need to check up on the delivery of your order? Contact us now!

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Unbox & Introduce

Take brace out of box and introduce to your pet before attempting to place on it. Learn more tips and advice.

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Free Fit Consultation

Simply email us within 2 weeks 3 nose-to-tail photos of your dog standing in the brace so we can check the fit and application, provide specific recommendations for your dog, and ensure everything's dialed in for optimal fit.

Customer Reviews

Customer Satisfaction is Lovepluspet's Number 1 Priority.

We will try our absolute best to ensure you have the best experience on our Website.

Below are a few reviews from our beloved customers. You can find many more in the product description of our braces.

By Carter on

Sadie is 12 years old with hip and knee dysplasia. It distressed her and us. So we bought this knee pad, it's the perfect size and hangs nicely on her leg. This also gives us hope. She started walking for a while and I could see how happy she was. Thank you so much! I would 100% recommend this product.

By Winston on

My dog hurt his knee playing with another dog, and limps intermittently when he over exerts himself. We got xrays done, vet thinks it's a ligament and referred me to a surgeon. As this is only intermittent, I'm trying him on rest, red light therapy, and a knee brace before trying surgery. He's a smart guy and hasn't tried to chew it off. He seems to have more confidence in the leg while wearing it on walks.

By Shawnt-zee on

Gave my dog renewed life Our dog is 14 and paralysis is progressing quickly in his hind legs. We’ve tried a lot of things to help him and nothing has worked. It didn’t feel right to make the difficult end of life decision knowing he was otherwise healthy and we could try a wheelchair first. We are so glad we purchased this! It took a week or so for him to fully adjust, putting him in it for small periods at a time. Now he’s got a new lease on life. He can get around much more independently and is getting the exercise he needs - This has also helped get other bodily functions to work more normally/regularly. We can take him out again to the dog park and on walks.(:

By Wendy Hawrot on

This is my first purchase from this company. The brace we ordered is high-quality but unfortunately it did not fit our dachshund because of his shape. They have excellent customer service. I will definitely buy from love plus pet again.

By Nathalie Zepek on

Great help Loved it, I only had it a couple of weeks but I feel that it is helping my dog get better. I was told by the vet that he probably won’t regain movement on his back legs but w some chiropractic help and exercises, he is getting better. Slowly but better. The wheelchair helps keep his body in alignment and the straps in the back help him move his legs. But it also allows him to move around. I only wish it was put together when they send it to you. It was a little confusing trying to put it together.

By Jon M on

IVDD dog must have! Back saver/Life saver I love EVERYTHING about this product. We ordered it the day after our Winston, collapsed after trying to jump on the couch. He was diagnosed with IVDD. The first day after the diagnosis, my husband and I had to hold our dog's back legs up while he went to potty. It is perfect for Winston and for us as the caregivers. I do not know what I would have done without this genius product!!! This is an amazing product. Put Winston's legs in the holes, buckle it up, and we're good to go.

Research & Studies

How to Choose the Best Dog Wheelchair How to Choose the Best Dog Wheelchair
How to Choose the Best Dog Wheelchair
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