Walkin’ Rear No-Knuckling Training Sock Helps Dogs Pick up Their feet When knuckling Under or dragging Their Rear Paws

September 21, 2019 - Comment

Rear No-Knuckling Training Sock Helps dogs pick up their feet when knuckling under or dragging their rear pawsSize: XSmallThe Rear No-Knuckling Sock is designed to enhance proprioception in pets with neurological deficits. The sensory stimulation acts as a reminder for pets to lift their limb higher. It can be utilized as a gait retraining tool.

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Rear No-Knuckling Training Sock Helps dogs pick up their feet when knuckling under or dragging their rear paws
Size: XSmall
The Rear No-Knuckling Sock is designed to enhance proprioception in pets with neurological deficits. The sensory stimulation acts as a reminder for pets to lift their limb higher. It can be utilized as a gait retraining tool. The lightweight nature of the neoprene is designed to target pets with hind limb weakness. The Rear No-Knuckling Training Sock should be used as a temporary training tool. It is intended for short term, to help correct and improve hind paw placement. Typically, pet owners will place the training sock on their pet for a two to five minute walk and then remove it. Please consult with your Veterinarian or Canine Rehabilitation professional before using.

Features and Benefits
Designed to enhance proprioception.Perfect for rehabilitative use for pets recovering from spinal surgery.30 day return policy Perfect for rehabilitative use for pets recovering from spinal surgery or suffering from disc disease.Lightweight, comfortable and adjustable, with convenient touch-fastener closures. Touch-Fastener closures provide support abova and below joint.

Sizing Information
XSmall recommended for toy breeds up to 15 lbs.Weight is only a recommended guidelineNo Knuckling Training Sock is a temporary training tool to use during walks for two to five minute intervals

Important – Do not wrap the No-Knuckling Training Sock too tightly so that it interferes with circulation or limits the mobility of the rear leg. Do not tighten cord to the point where it could cause irritation or pull the toes up too far.

Product Features

  • Ships from the USA same business day if ordered before 12 noon EST.
  • Provides training support for dogs that drag their back paws or scuff their hind feet. 2-5 minute walks, remove in between.
  • Designed to enhance proprioception. Stimulates a dog between its toes and causes him to pick the foot up higher.
  • Perfect for rehabilitative use for pets recovering from spinal surgery or suffering from disc disease.
  • Lightweight, comfortable and adjustable, with convenient touch-fastener closures. Touch-Fastener closures provide support abova and below joint.

Comments

Anonymous says:

No knuckling, finally!!! Thank you for this product! My 80+ pound, 11 y.o. Lab mix has hip dysplasia, rear leg knuckling, and a benign tumor on his paw that’s has been difficult to heal. The knuckling led to torn toes. We got this a week ago and I was very skeptical. I took it to my vet and she said it wouldn’t hurt to give it a try. Before now, I’ve tried boots, a brace and only had success by taping a broken paint stick and placing it under his foot. I put this on but didn’t tighten it up, only taught enough to keep…

Anonymous says:

Works as advertised I bought two of these training socks in an attempt to provide as much stimulation to my dog’s hind legs as possible. He herniated discs in his back and cannot walk. He is bearing weight but these are the only things that stimulate him to lift and move his legs in a walking motion. He wears them in his wheelchair and in his pool. Even the canine physical therapist was impressed that I found…

Anonymous says:

A definite improvement I bought this for my 85 pound lab mix of indeterminate age who is showing signs of a beginning neurological disorder in his hind legs. He would be fine for most strides but then knuckle hard, often scraping up and bloodying the top of his foot. After looking at brace support options it seemed like this one got the best reviews. The other option I found was a plastic support that went under the foot that didn’t allow the foot to move, made one paw higher than the other and had unpadded Velcro…

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