Introducing Lovepluspet - No Knuckling Boot Brace for Dogs
Lovepluspet.com dog shoe covers protect your dog's paws from rough terrain, hot roads, icy surfaces, sharp objects, chemicals, allergens and other potential dangers. They form a barrier between the paw and the ground, reducing the risk of injury, burns, cuts, or infection.
- Fibrocartilaginous Embolism (FCE/Stroke)
- Cervical Vertebral Instability (CVI)
- Wobblers Syndrome
- Cervical Disc Disease
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Other Neurological Disorders
- Knitted Jiaji cloth+SBR+single velvet (knitted composite cloth)
- Spring buckle
- Elastic cord
- Rubber sheet
- Rubber+hardware ring
- Traction: Dog shoe covers have non-slip soles to improve traction, especially on slippery surfaces. This is especially useful during walks in rain or snow to prevent your dog from slipping.
- Post-Surgery/Injury: If your dog has had paw surgery or has a cut or injury on his paw, shoe covers can protect the affected area from further damage, dirt, or licking.
- Allergies: Some dogs may be allergic to certain substances found outdoors, such as grass, pollen, or pesticides. Shoe covers act as a barrier to prevent allergens from coming into direct contact with your dog's paws, thereby reducing allergic reactions.
- The 2-in-1 Boot and Paracord solution lifts and cradles the paw without splitting the toes and causing discomfort. For paw-sitive lift support, the boots can be easily adjusted for retraining movement during daily activities like walking, hiking, playing, and more. Dogs can wear the during active hours of the day and it should be removed during quiet times or when they will be left unattended.
- When considering dog shoe covers, it's important to choose the right size and fit your dog. Make sure the shoe covers are comfortable, secure, and provide the appropriate range of motion for your dog's paws. Gradually introduce your dog to wearing them and monitor for any signs of discomfort or irritation.
Still Having Trouble?
- If your dog has a paw cut, trauma, or needs protection after surgery, shoe covers can provide a physical barrier to prevent further infection, licking, or abrasions. Sometimes, during walks, dogs may come into contact with sharp objects on the ground, such as shards of glass, rocks, or metal. Shoe covers can provide an extra layer of protection and reduce possible injuries. Dog shoe covers can provide protection for dogs and can be purchased with confidence. If you have any questions, you can contact us at any time.
What Causes Knuckling in Dogs?
Here is a list of some of the most common causes of knuckling in dogs:
- Sore or Injured Paws
- Intervertebral Disc Disease
- Fibrocartilaginous Embolism ( spinal stroke)
- Carpal Flexural Deformity
- Muscles, tendons, or ligaments can't support the dog's weight
The cause of your dog's knuckling can affect the way this condition is treated, some may be treated with supportive care, other causes may require surgery, and some can't be treated at all and can only be managed.
If your dog is knuckling as a result of an injury or sore paw they can be helped by cleaning, bandaging, and treating the wound. However, if your dog has an injured paw you should call your vet so they can treat the wound or tell you the steps you should take.
Other causes of knuckling may require one or more of the following management or treatment methods:
- A Foot Brace (designed for knuckling dogs)
- Toe Grips
- Cage Rest
- Anti-inflammatory Medications
- Laser Therapy
- Mobility Aids
- Physical Therapy
If your dog is knuckling the best thing you can do is to contact your vet to have them diagnose the underlying cause and provide your pooch with the best possible treatment plan