Using the front and back harnesses in combination is beneficial when pets have difficulty walking on all four legs. The combination harness support system ...
The Airlift One has the same size and function as the Walkabout Back Harness. The Airlift One is made from Airprene (very helpful in warm climates). It incl...
A neoprene strap extension piece added to the knee brace to create extra room for dogs needing longer strap length around the middle.
Front leg wrist support wraps Aids in the support of the carpal (wrist) joint just above the paw. A moderately supportive 3.0 mm neoprene brace that is hel...
Our comfortable chest halters work with Walkabout Knee Braces, Walkabout Back Harness and Airlift One with suspender attachments, and GrabAbout™
The Comfort Sleeves 3mm padded Neoprene tubular sleeves that can be threaded over the knee brace straps to add extra padding to sensitive areas while wearing...
A Compression sleeve assists pets experiencing joint, tendon and ligament instability or early fatigue while exercising. They are made to fit either the fr...
On all of our regular products you may ask for the products to be made with detacheable handles. Clips are added to the leash to have them removable. You mus...
SOFT AND SUPPORTIVE, COMFORTABLE TO WEAR 3 mm Neoprene Knee Braces to fit the Left and Right Knee. Attaches to a chest harness to secure the braces in place...
The Elbow support brace offers comfort to painful arthritic joints. Helps prevent elbow pressure sores (ulcers), offers support and compression for joint in...
I get a lot of requests from customers for extra handle holders, so here you are! These extra handle holders work with all Walkabout products.
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- Broken hip/dislocated hips
- Cancer care
- Cancer patients
- Cuts and scrapes
- Degenerative myelopathy
- Dislocated femur
- Elbow arthritis
- Femoral Head Osteotomy (FHO)
- Fibrocartilaginous Embolism (FCE)
- Firbrocartilaginous embolism FCE
- Fractured pelvis
- General weakness due to disease
- Geriatric diseases
- Hip Dysplasia
- Injured paws
- Interveterbral disc disease
- Joint Disease
- Joint problems
- Joint trauma
- Knee injuries
- Lower joint arthritis
- Neurological problems
- Toe amputation and Deformities
- Torn pads
- Traction issues