Knee Braces for Dogs
Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Cranial Cruciate Ligament
Design & Materials
For ACL/CCL Injuries
How A Knee Brace Works
Prevents the tibial thrust
Promotes scar tissue formation
Helps muscle mass return
Provides full range of motion, so your dog can easily bend their leg
Are worn for 9 months
Get your dog back to their normal activity level!
Most dogs are getting our knee brace instead of surgery because:
Knee Braces In Action
Ginny the Bluetick Coonhound with My Pet's Knee Brace for Neosporosis
Wicca the Cane Corso from Canada with My Pet's Knee Brace
Bentley the Doberman with Custom My Pet's Knee Brace
Nikko the German Shepard mix with Custom My Pet's Knee Braces
Miss Winfrey the Boxer with Two My Pet's Knee Braces
Tula the Labrador Retriever with My Pet's Knee Brace
Made for your pet
Custom is Best
Our custom-made knee brace, made for your individual dog’s leg, is the most effective and most comfortable type of brace for your dog to wear. By starting with a cast of your dog’s leg, we can account for every width, length and lump.
Off-the-shelf or standard sized braces are typically made with thick fabric that do not provide the necessary support for this injury. Also, how would a handful of sizes fit over 200 breeds of dogs?
Two Knee Braces
Studies have shown that up to 60% of dogs that tear one ACL/CCL will injure their other leg. Yikes!
According to our patient reported outcomes survey in 2020, only 18% of the dogs that received their initial knee brace from us, injured their opposite ACL/CCL. Why – because dogs with braces are able to use their injured leg sooner than if they had surgery.
If your dog injures both knees, both legs can be braced. There is no complicated harness system that connects the two devices.
Visit A My Pet's Brace Facility
Work With Your Local Veterinarian
Fitting A Knee Brace
 My Pet’s Brace emailed a Knee Brace Follow Up Survey in January 2020 to pet owners whose dog received a knee brace for an ACL/CCL injury between 2015-2018. Out of 687 survey responses, 123 or 17.9% of owners reported their dog sustained an ACL/CCL injury on the opposite leg after receiving a knee brace for an ACL/CCL injury on the initially injured leg.