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L'il Back Bracer - Dog Back Brace

L'il Back Bracer - Dog Back Brace

If you dogs suffers from IVDD or back pain from arthritis or injury, our dog back brace from L'il Back Bracer is the perfect solution to help your dog. The brace offers support and stability to the spine, while reducing pressure and pain. The Lil Back Bracer is the only orthopedic support brace for dogs. Patented design to help keep your dog's back supported when dealing with Intervertebral Disk Disease (IVDD) and other dog back pain.

Primary features of the Lil Back Bracer dog brace:
  • Comfortable, ergonomic construction to alleviate pressure on spine
  • Dog brace designed to stabilize the back from above below
  • Recommended for both treatment and prevention
  • Snug, adjustable fit provides gentle, constant pressure for calming effect on nervous system
  • Incorporated D-ring to attach a leash
  • Easy to take on and off
  • Medical grade, moisture-wicking, Breathe-O-Prene® fabric
  • No need to remove dog brace for dogs to "do their business

The Lil Back Bracer is the only orthopedic support brace for dogs. Patented design to help keep your dog's back supported when dealing with Intervertebral Disk Disease (IVDD) and other dog back pain.


    Weighs less than 12 pounds Measures less than 13 inches


    Weighs between 12 to 22 pounds Measures at least 13 inches


    Weighs between 22 to 32 pounds Measures at least 15 inches
    Our dog brace is designed for ease of use. Straps for girth and width are adjustable, just like a human back brace.
    1. Slip the body portion over the dog's head.
    2. Put one front paw through the loop, then the other.
    3. Place the dog brace over the rear legs next.
    4. Adjust the velcro on the brace at the chest using the front straps. It should be snug for support.
    5. Adjust velcro at the rear, pulling up or by criss crossing straps
    Remember, make the dog brace snug but not too snug - just like a human brace!
    To ensure that your l'il one is taking to the brace well, check on a daily basis to make sure there are no sores or stress points. If there are, remove brace and consult your veterinarian.
    How does the bracer provide support? The L'il Back Bracer is an orthopedic support garment for dogs suffering from IVDD or other back injuries. The brace is made of a very high quality breathable and antimicrobial neoprene that is very comfortable for your dog.
    There are stays? that line the back and the abdomen to provide the needed support and stabilization of the spine.
    How often should my dog wear the bracer? It depends on you and your dog. Some people put the bracer on all day while some just use the bracer for walks or times of high activity and play. The bracer is flexible so it still allows the muscles to engage and work, it is not like a stiff cast. This is important so that the muscles do not become weak from wearing the bracer. *Please note that the bracer is not meant to replace the crate rest period that is prescribed by your Veterinarian
    Can my dog "do their business while wearing the bracer? Yes, the brace fits in a way that leaves that area of your dog free to take care of business without the brace blocking that part of their body.
    Does my dog need to have a separate harness for walks? The L'il Back Bracer has an attached "D ring so that when taking walks the brace acts as a harness. Just attach the leash to the ring and enjoy a safe supported walk.
    How do I care for the brace? To clean the brace just hand wash and lay flat to dry. For removing hair, we have found that a rubber pet hair remover brush works best.
    You can help further by supporting your dog from the inside Winston's Joint System is formulated to help strengthen the immune system, reduce pain and inflammation, restore mobility, and increase vitality in dogs of all ages. It is made from 100% natural human grade ingredients, so can be used alongside veterinary prescribed medication without side effects or complications.
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