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Dog Prosthetic Front or Back Paw / Leg - Blade or Classic Design

Original price £1,600.00 - Original price £1,600.00
Original price
£1,600.00
£1,600.00 - £1,600.00
Current price £1,600.00
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Your order must be shipped to your vet, physio or hydrotherapist for scanning and fitting. After you order, we will email for their name and address.

Give us a call 01730 622544

🟢 FAST delivery - 2 week turnaround

If your dog has lost a leg or paw (front or back) in an accident or needs an amputation due to illness, a prosthetic leg is an excellent way for them to balance again, reduce the chance of further injury, and become more active and mobile. Scandi Orthopedic is one of the highest-quality dog prosthetic makers worldwide. They have been making custom splints for dogs for over 10 years.

Blade Design: Best for younger active dogs
Classic Design:
Best for older slower dogs

Process Steps:

  1. Pick cast or scan method - we can help you
  2. Cast or scan both legs (stump / remaining)
  3. Pick Blade of Classic Prosthetic design - we can help
  4. Wait 5 - 10 working days for production
  5. Your prosthetic is ready!

🚚 £15 Delivery 🌎 Worldwide shipping

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Apple, the rescue

Apple, the rescue

Apple is a rescue dog who had her back leg amputated.

They have used a 'Classic Design' Dog Prosthetic for 4 years. They live an active live and Apple can take her prosthetic on long walks, in and out of water.

You can see Apple here, on Instagram

@apple_the_rescuedog

Blade Design - Prosthetic Leg

What is the blade design made out of? Polypropylene (PP), rubber and Velcro

What type of injury is this prosthetic best for? Amputated below tarsal and carpal and for a active dog

How much of the leg remaining is needed? Amputated below tarsal and carpal. Contact us with pictures if it’s above the tarsal and carpal. We can make an prosthetic if they are amputated up to the elbow or knee.

What dog is best with this splint (old, young, agile, slow)? Agile and active dogs

Can there be issues with this splint when we should not recommend it? If the dog has to short stump.

Is it light, moderate or heavy splint in weight? This design is light

Does it have a warranty period? 6 months warranty

What are the advantages of this splint type? Light and dynamic

What are the disadvantages of this splint type? You need to be active to be able to use the effect of the blade

Can it be worn all day? We recommend that they use them when they are active

Can it be used in water activities? Yes

Can you wash it with no problem? Yes

Classic Design - Prosthetic Design

What is this splint made of? Polypropylene (PP), rubber and Velcro

What type of injury is best for this prosthetic to work well? Amputated below tarsal and carpal and for not so agile dog

How much of the leg remaining do you need? Amputated below tarsal and carpal

What dog is best with this splint (old, young, agile, slow)? Old and slow

Can there be issues with this splint when we should not recommend it? For active young dogs

Is it light, moderate or heavy in weight? Light

Does it have a warranty period? 6 months

What are the advantages of this splint type? Light and durable

What are the disadvantages of this splint type? Not as dynamic as the Blade design

Can it be worn all day? Only when they are active

Can it be used in water activities? Yes

Can you wash it with no problem? Yes

How the Prosthetic Process Works

You need to pick if you want to scan using an app or use a cast method We support both methods. You will need to scan/cast both the amputated stump leg and good leg.

You will need your vet to help you do this.

We will ship you the cast or help you get the app and logon correctly.

Once the scan and cast are made, we will ship this for the prosthetic to be made.

Once made we will ship back to you to start using!

When would you recommend a blade or classic? Blade is more dynamic and more energy efficient for a dog. The classic is a little bit more robust and look more like a natural leg.

How long do they take to manufacture? We produce them in 5-10 working days.

How much of the limb do you need for each splint type? To get a good functional prosthetic it’s good if they are not amputated proximal to the carpal and tarsal joint.

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