A harness for dogs with hip dysplasia or arthritis!
A new hip harness can help dogs that have difficulty running and walking because of hip dysplasia.
There are many ways in which hip dysplasia in dogs may be treated. Surgery and swimming is one of the leading treatment procedures. This disease may cause great discomfort to pets if not treated accordingly. If your vet has diagnosed this disease in your dog, you have to heed the health expert’s instructions and make sure that your pet receives proper care and medication, so that the disease will not progress. The Quincys mobility harness has proved to be very useful, by the walker taking some of the weight off the dog. This enables the dog to walk further and build up muscle mass which in turn helps to support the joints.
I've seen a few news stories over the past months on a product called the Hipster Harness. The device is in development, and designed to help dogs with hip dysplasia, I've included the video below, which does a nice job explaining what hip dysplasia is. The video (strangely) doesn't offer many details about the device.
support harness for dogs with hip dysplasia
A special harness for dogs with hip dysplasia, designed by
Hip Harness Helps Dogs with Dysplasia : Discovery News. This is what happens when veterinary medicine meets engineering: animals get better. Love it!!out of the various skeletal problems that can affect dogs throughout their lifetime, hip dysplasia has earned the highest ranking at an 8% chance of occurrence. the heritable condition is one of the hip joint, where an interlocked ball and socket (femoral head and accetabulum) develop abnormally as the canines grow. environmental factors include diet, gender, and amount or type of exercise, along with a soft tissue laxity that causes agitated friction in the specified area. once the disease reaches a level of concern, the next course of action is to consult a doctor who specializes in physiotherapy and hydrotherapy. hoping to provide a solution for dog owners everywhere, industrial designer ‘ research into hip dysplasia has led to the creation of a harness called ‘hipster’.If your pet suffers from mild-to-moderate hip dysplasia, arthritis, or other painful hip issues, the support and stability provided by the Ortho Dog Hip Hound brace may be just the ticket to a more functional-and less painful-life. Both the neoprene brace and its accompanying harness are fully adjustable to fit dogs and cats of all more »Some breeds of our furry, four-legged friends are more susceptible to developing hip dysplasia. Now there's a new hip harness that can help dogs who are suffering from this skeletal condition.