BT LIFE

Hip dysplasia brace

from 149,90

The brace helps dogs suffering from hip dysplasia, reducing pain by exerting bilateral compression on the hips. It is effective for all degrees of dysplasia including degree E (the most severe).
It is also used for other pathologies (hip arthrosis for example). It is an excellent alternative to surgery in cases where the dog cannot be operated. It is made of breathable and washable material that is both retentive and compressive.

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Description

WHAT IS IT FOR?

The brace helps dogs suffering from hip dysplasia, reducing pain by exerting bilateral compression on the hips. It is effective for all degrees of dysplasia including degree E (the most severe).
It is also used for other pathologies (hip arthrosis for example). It is an excellent alternative to surgery in cases where the dog cannot be operated. It is made of breathable and washable material that is both retentive and compressive.
BT LIFE comes with 2 handles adjustable in length that can be hooked to the brace in case of need and that the owner can use to help the dog get into or out of a car or on stairs. The handles can be removed if they are not necessary.

ADVANTAGES

BT Life consists of 2 rigid disks lined with a double layer of soft high density material. These disks act to compress both hips, increasing body temperature in the zone and thus reducing the pain caused to the dog by the pathology. Constant use of the brace leads to concrete well-being in the life of the dog, reducing part of the effects of dysplasia.

FEATURES
  • Reduced pain thanks to bilateral compression of the hips.
  • Breathable fabric.
  • Easy fit.
  • Hand washable.
  • Adjustable straps and handles.

 

Available in five adjustable sizes.

SizesCircumference
XS15-20 cm
S25-30 cm
M30-35 cm
L40-45 cm
XL50-55 cm

Measure the circumference of the leg at the level of the groin with a tape measure.

HOW TO WEAR


Open all the straps, place the brace facing the dog’s rear legs and slip it on like a harness.


Before closing the straps check that the disks are correctly positioned at the hips.


Now slide the straps inside the white rings and close them on themselves, tightening them strongly to ensure proper compression.


If the straps are too long you can shorten them, removing the Velcro end and cutting the excess material.


Then put the Velcro part back on and tighten the straps so that they close near the back and not around the brace. It is important for the brace to be very tightly closed.


Put on the handles if necessary.