Prosthetics for Dogs

Prosthetic devices allow pets to run with all four legs again!

If your dog is missing part of their leg or a paw, a prosthetic device can be used to allow them to use all of their limbs again, keep their spine in proper alignment and reduce stress on their other legs.

Prosthetics In Action

Purdy the Golden Retriever with Two Prosthetics

Teddy Bear the Samoyed with Prosthesis from My Pet's Brace

Chiller the Collie mix with Prosthesis from My Pet's Brace

Buddy the Chihuahua with Prosthesis from My Pet's Brace

Gus the Pit Bull mix with Prosthesis from My Pet's Brace

Atlas the Husky with Prosthesis from My Pet's Brace

Chevy the Hound mix with Prosthesis from My Pet's Brace

A minimum of two to three inches of residual limb below the carpal or hock is needed to allow for adequate suspension of the device. Please contact us to discuss whether your dog is a good candidate for a prosthesis.

Because prosthetic devices require such an intimate fit, patients must visit the My Pet's Brace facility in Morgantown or Canonsburg, Pennsylvania for the evaluation, fitting and recheck appointments.