Wrist Orthotic Brace

(4 customer reviews)


Dog´s wrists are located on the front legs. Carpus, also known as the wrist joint, comprises seven small bones that are held together by ligaments. Muscles and tendons also play a role in its structure. Our wrist support is designed to prevent the overextension of the carpus and alleviate associated pain. The incorporated metal structure assists in maintaining the joint’s movement within a normal range. 

The life of a dog can be quite active and susceptible to accidents. Dogs might injure themselves from falls or jumping onto hard surfaces. In the event of such accidents, the wrist can bend unnaturally and become sore, necessitating the use of a wrist brace.

In certain cases, a dog’s wrists can become looser as they age, leading to overextension. Factors like prolonged cortisone treatment and obesity can contribute to wrist overextension. Certain dog breeds, such as Collies and Shetland Sheepdogs are more predisposed to carpal health issues.

If it’s an accident, it’s advisable to keep the wrist brace on throughout the acute healing phase. The brace eases the dog’s movement and expedites the healing process of the injury. After a couple of months, the leg is usually recovered, allowing for an increase in activity and gradual reduction in brace usage.

If the structure of the wrist is permanently stretched, the orthotic brace should be used continuously. Depending on the situation, the brace can be worn only during walks and if there is pain without the brace, it can be worn all day and taken off for the night. The challenge with chronically downward displaced wrist often the leg has already significantly bent down at the wrist before it is noticed. If you suspect that your dog’s wrists have started to overextend, you can contact us for an assessment of the situation.

  • Downward displaced wrist
  • Acute wrist injuries
  • Wrist osteoarthritis
  • Postoperative care for joint surgeries

Frictionless and lightweight inner lining

 Strong neoprene reinforcement warms up and conforms to the shape of the dog’s leg. Thanks to the soft lining, the brace is suitable for postoperative use.

Shaped metal reinforcements

The brace maintains its shape due to the bent metal part, providing enough space for the joint. Biomechanically designed range of motion provides the correct joint angle for different situations.

Durable outer layer

Made from highly durable Cordura material.

SizeExample breedsAttention
XSItalian greyhound, dwarf pinscher, cats, dwarf poodle, pug, kleinspitz, mittelspitz, chihuahua, dwarf terrier, Japanese chin, butterfly dog, Havana dog 
SShetland Sheepdog, Finnish Spitz, Whippet, Border Collie 
S+collie, lagotto, Nova Scotian retriever, Lapphound, amstaff (females)narrow-legged but stronger structured dogs
MLabrador, German Shepherd, Malamute, Bullmastiff, Chow Chow, Americanakita, Amstaffi (males) 
LBernese Shepherd, Leonberger’s Dog 

You can also place an order for additional information about the dog’s breed, dimensions and possible diagnosis, we will select the brace based on the information as appropriate as possible. See the size selection page for more detailed measurement instructions.

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  1. A

    Very comfortable efficient brace, good customer service

  2. SM

    Just got recently my 11year old bordercollie has laxity in the carpal ordered 2 seems to do the trip happy so far will update in a week

  3. A

    Chato, 10.5 years old German Shepherd. Tried fabric wrist rests in the past, but the result was not commendable. Only the Taituki wrist rest adequately supports and is worth the price. Chato got used to his new supports immediately and the jogging continues again without any problems. Can’t but recommend. Excellent product.

  4. R

    Miniature Poodle, aged 13 and over Lack of cross-link support, at first a little rebellious about the brace, but gradually movement has improved and steps better with the leg.