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No Knuckling Boot Brace for Dogs 01 No Knuckling Boot Brace for Dogs 02
No Knuckling Boot Brace for Dogs

Wobblers Syndrome´╝îCervical Disc Disease´╝îSpinal Cord Injury

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$56.25 $84.00
Rear No Knuckling Training Sock For Dogs 01 Rear No Knuckling Training Sock For Dogs 02
Rear No Knuckling Training Sock For Dogs

Fibrocartilaginous Embolism , Cervical Vertebral Instability CVI , Wobblers Syndrome,

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$69.00 $77.00
Dog Front Leg No-Knuckling Training Sock 01 Dog Front Leg No-Knuckling Training Sock 02
Dog Front Leg No-Knuckling Training Sock

Cervical Vertebral Instability CVI , Wobblers Syndrome, Cervical Disc Disease

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$69.00 $77.00
Dog No-Knuckling Brace 01 Dog No-Knuckling Brace 02
Dog No-Knuckling Brace

Pick Their Foot Up Due to Injury, Disease,Back Leg Weakness.

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$49.00
What is knuckling in dogs arthritis?
Dog Knuckle Arthritis is a condition in which a dog's joints become inflamed and painful. This can cause your dog's toes to bend or curl, causing their knuckles to drag on the ground when they walk. This is a sign of discomfort and mobility problems commonly associated with arthritis.In this case rear no knuckling training sock may be used.
What should I do if my dog drags its toes?

First, determine the specific cause of dragging. Your veterinarian can perform appropriate examinations and tests on your dog to determine if a health problem is present.

Proper Exercise and Rehabilitation: If your dog's toe dragging is caused by a muscle or joint problem, consider proper exercise and rehabilitation to help strengthen muscles, improve joint mobility, and promote recovery. Used in conjunction with no knuckling training sock, it can stimulate the dog's nerves to achieve training effects.
Provide support and protection: During treatment and recovery, consider using supportive equipment, such as a rear no knuckling training sock, to help your dog walk and protect the affected foot.
Dog no knuckling training sock are a temporary training/exercise tool intended for short-term use only. Helps encourage pets to lift their feet under their knuckles or by dragging their back paws.