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Limping is the most common sign that your dog may have a cruciate injury. The limping may appear suddenly, during or after exercise in some dogs, or it may be progressive and intermittent in others. Often you will notice that they find it difficult to rise from a prone position and may even have a very “pottery” gait. It’s best to visit your veterinarian who will have several diagnostic procedures to follow when looking for the source of the injury.
Although surgery may well be necessary, it’s wise to have some form of support that’s quick and easy to use during the injured or recovery stages.
Often, people may start with using a towel as a sling. This tends to be placed under the hip of the dog to support its weight. Not only is this awkward and unhygienic,it’s also not ideal.
The use of a proper support, such as the Quincys Belly sling, will not only help to support your dog, but, will also reduce stress and avoids injury to yourself.
Our Belly Slings are make from a Durable strong nylon exterior with a soft cleanable nylon underbelly. The slings are padded inside with a thick layer of foam and unlike most other slings, this helps to avoid the harness losing shape when weight bearing, giving maximum safety and comfort of your pet. The handle length is also adjustable and minimizes painful bending for the handler.