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Why Would a Dog Need a Hock Brace?

The Lovepluspet' dog hock brace will accommodate injuries to the heel and stabilize the lower rear limb while keeping the paw free. This type of dog brace is ideal for Achilles Tendon problems and immobilization of the hock joint. The dog hock brace stabilizes your dog's ankle or hock joint injury for protection as they recover.

How a Dog Hock Brace Works?

More and more pet owners are finally finding relief for their pups using dog brace. The hock brace for dogs can help prevent injuries and sprains and help your dog move more easily and without pain. The ankle wrap fits the natural angle of the hock to prevent it from hyper extending. If applied to the non-injured hock, the dog hock brace can prevent injury in that leg. If your dog suffers from hock instability, this neoprene dog hock brace helps hold the joint in place so scar tissue can develop. Once the joint is supported medially and laterally, your dog can move easily without straining the joint. While surgery for a hock joint injury is fairly rare, dog hock braces can also be used post-surgically.

Common Canine Hock Injuries

Like humans, active dogs of all ages are susceptible to broken bones or ligament tears due to trauma or strenuous activity. For dogs who enjoy intense running or jumping, the small hock joints on the back legs can be particularly vulnerable to injury. Fortunately, there are many options to help treat canine hock issues so your dog has the best chance to make a full recovery.
Is your dog limping on her hind leg? Have you noticed the hock joint swelling or moving abnormally? There are a number of dog ligament injuries or chronic conditions that can be causing your pup pain in their ankle or Achilles tendon.
·Hock dislocation: If your dog gets hit by a car or stepped on, she may suffer from a hock dislocation, which is a tear of ligaments or fracture of bones in the ankle.
·Sprained hock/Slight muscle pull (minor injuries): If your dog is running at full speed and their back paw gets stuck in a hole, they may sprain their hock. Sprains affect the ligaments and result in limping or lameness.
·Hock dislocation,OCD,Sprained hock/Slight muscle pull,Osteoarthritis of the hock joint
·Canine Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD): This developmental condition arises from abnormal cartilage development or cartilage damage. A piece of cartilage or bone gets separated from the cartilage surface. This disease is commonly see in young, large breed dogs. OCD usually affects the shoulder, but can also affect the elbow, knee, or hock.
·Osteoarthritis of the hock joint: The most common form of canine arthritis in the hocks is osteoarthritis, which occurs when protective cartilage wears away and bones rub together. This degenerative joint disease is especially common in older dogs.

How Do I Know if My Dog Has a Hock Injury?

Sudden lameness is the first sign of injury. If your dog fails to get up when you're in the middle of playing, check their legs and joints, specifically. Dog hock injuries are usually accompanied by swelling, heat, and a change in behavior in your pooch.

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