The Walkin' Bootie Splint is designed to support the lower aspect of your pet's rear or front limb. This brace extends under the paw to stabilize digit or toe injuries, and provides positioning for knuckling or nerve damage problems.
Conditions that may benefit from Front or Rear Bootie Splint:
- Neurological conditions causing knuckling of paw
- Ankle or wrist joint instabilities or malformations
- Soft Tissue injuries to tendons/ligaments of paws or ankles/wrists
- Post-surgical protection
X-Small, Small & Medium sized Bootie Splints include two adjustment straps.
The Large & X-Large sized Bootie Splints include three adjustment straps.
How To Measure:
To determine correct front leg bootie splint size, measure from the end of the longest toenail to just below the carpal pad (pad on the bottom side of the wrist).
To determine correct rear leg bootie splint size, measure from the end of the longest toenail to just below the hock joint.
X-Small 5.5 inches
Small 6.5 inches
Medium 8 inches
Large 8.25 inches
X-Large 11 inches