The Wrist Wrap (set of 2) is a flexible wrist brace for your dog’s front leg. The Wrist Wrap, fitted securely, stabilizes your dog's forearm bones and lends support to the muscles and tendons of the wrist and leg.Read More
The Original Inspiration for the Ortho Dog Products
Your dog’s front legs are much like your own arms. Directly above each paw is the wrist joint. The Wrist Wrap wrist brace, fitted securely, stabilizes your dog’s forearm bones and lends support to the muscles and tendons of the wrist and leg.
The Wrist Wrap, sold as a set of 2, is available in medium and large sizes and fits dogs that are at least 25 lbs. Wrist Wraps come as a set so you can brace both wrists. We recommend bilateral bracing, especially for high impact games of fetch or frisbee. Play and hike on!
Indications for Use
- Weak or painful wrists
- Limping on the front leg
For a Good Fit, Weigh Your Pup
Before you can purchase an Ortho Dog Wrist Wrap wrist brace, you will need to weigh your dog to determine if it will fit. This will inform what size wrap to order. No further measurements are needed.
Medium: 25 – 60 pounds
Large: 60-100 pounds
How to Put on the Wrist Wrap
To apply the wrist brace, simply wrap the neoprene brace around the front leg about a 1/2 inch above where the wrist bends, then securely fasten with Velcro. Be sure the brace does not interfere with the flexion of the paw.
Still Having Trouble?
We welcome any questions to support you and your pup with your Ortho Dog brace! If you are having issues with the brace fitting properly, please contact us and we’ll walk you through it, or exchange your product for a different size.
- 3.0 mm Velcro plush neoprene
- Commercial grade Velcro
Made in USA
Ortho Dog braces are manufactured in the United States, and are all sewn locally in Western North Carolina.
Ortho Dog is grateful to work with veterinarians across the country and internationally to supply affordable bracing solutions as an alternative to surgery. All of our braces have been designed with deep input from the veterinary community.