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The Best Lifting & Support Harness for Dogs with Mobility Problems

If you dog is suffering from loss of mobility in the front or rear legs, it it always a great help to use a high quality lifting support harness to help support your dog. When you use a support harness to help your dog, as well as assisting your dogs walking by removing a lot of the weight from their limbs, you are also protecting your own back from the strain and damage that can be caused by stooping over and trying to lift you dog unaided.

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When purchasing your lifting Support Harness for your dog

Its important to choose carefully. Some of the harnesses have a belly pad which sits under the abdomen which will suit most dogs well, and other have straps that go under the dogs rear legs which may be better for dogs recovering from surgery to the abdomen. Make sure the support harness has long enough straps so that you can walk comfortably next to your dog without stooping over, and make sure they are strong and well made, especially for larger heavier dogs that may need a lot of support. At Zoomadog we sell a large range of dog support harnesses, we have everything from front supports for dogs, rear supports and then the full body supports. Below are a few of our best selling harnesses to help you choose the correct one for your dog.

The Support RX is a two part walking and lifting harness for dogs

This harness is great for walking dogs with front or rear leg weakness, arthritis, general weaknesses from old age or dogs recovering after surgery. This harness can be used for disabled dogs that need to be lifted and carried, as it is designed to be left on all day if needed. Your dog can toilet as normal. This harness supports both the front and rear end of the dog.  Our Walkabout front Rear harness for dogs, helps lift and support dogs with mobility issues ranging from neurological issues, degenerative joint disease, arthritis, structural deficiencies, general weakness and the need to safely navigate stairs. A smooth, semi-circular neckline allows your pet to breathe comfortably, while simultaneously supporting his/her front end. These harnesses can be used independently or together if you want to support both the from and rear.

The Walkin Lift Combo Harness for dogs

Provides heavy-duty lifting support for the front and back end of your dog while saving your back. This harness is fully compatible with Walkin Wheels and can be used instead of the leg rings and harness that come with the wheelchair.

  • Helps dogs with poor mobility or recovering from surgery or injury get in/out of a car, up/down stairs, outside to potty, or onto a bed.

  • Fully compatible with Walkin Wheels wheelchair (sizes Medium and Large);attaches with a few easy clips.
  • Durable fleece-lined material and mesh leg rings for maximum comfort.
  • Mesh leg ring support allows dog to urinate or defecate with the harness on.
  • May be worn for extended periods of time.
  • Easy to wash, hang dry; comes in mesh bag.
  • Walkin Lift Combo Harness may also be purchased for just Front or just Rear.

The GingerLead is a soft padded rear lift support harness with a built in leash and handle. The product has a soft padded belly pad that sits comfortably under your dogs tummy, adjustable handles and a clip on lead that can be used with a collar or harness. It is a fantastic walking harness for dogs that is really easy to use and lets you support your dogs rear whilst walking. The GingerLead is ideal for dogs recovering from stifle, hip or back surgery, dogs suffering from arthritis, degenerative myelopathy or similar debilitating conditions. The GingerLead is also great for older dogs needing some assistance with their mobility or balance.


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