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Surgi-Sox Products: Comfortable Compression Dog Braces and Healing Care

It’s hard to watch our furry friends as they deal with the effects of medicine application or recover from surgery. Trying to calm a nervous, anxious animal after going through a stressful experience who then has to wear a dreaded cone to prevent them from licking a wound, ranks up there as one of the [...]

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​What is a Lick Granuloma?

Dogs are known to lick themselves occasionally - whether from an itchy spot, a bug bite, or from something totally unexplainable. But if you have a dog who constantly licks a specific spot on their bodies, mostly on their legs, to the point where their hair disappears and a sore develops, then it’s most likely [...]

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Dog Hygromas – A Big Dog Problem, But Are They Dangerous?

Many owners of large or giant breed dogs have encountered hygromas, though they can affect dogs of any size or breed (albeit less typically in small dogs). If you’re unfamiliar with hygromas at all, or if your dog has been diagnosed with one, your first question is certainly, “What is it, and is it dangerous for my dog?”Hygromas are [...]

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How to Keep Your Dog Engaged After Surgery

Dogs recovering from surgery cannot do the same things they normally would. In fact, many of their favorite activities are probably banned. This creates problems when trying to keep them engaged. However, it’s important to keep your dog’s mind stimulated throughout the recovery period. Without regular stimulation, dogs can easily become bored and depressed.Dogs recovering from surgery cannot run or jump. [...]

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Signs Your Dog is in Pain

No one wants to see their dog in pain. While an obvious limp, wound, or cut are easy to identify, other causes can be harder to spot. Your pet cannot tell you what they’re feeling, making it extremely difficult to know if and when your dog is in pain. Some dogs will even attempt to hide pain as part [...]

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Protect Your Dog After Surgery and Keep Them Happy

Most dogs recover from surgery quickly and without issue. However, proper care must be taken to ensure problems don’t arise. Learning all you can about how to protect your dog and spot potential issues following surgery can help ensure your pet remains healthy and happy.About Surgical Incisions During surgery, your veterinarian makes an incision in your pet’s skin. Once the [...]

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Dog Ear Hematoma Treatment and Recovery

An extremely common condition for dogs of all ages, ear hematomas, also known as aural hematomas, cause swelling of the ear flap. Although ear hematomas can affect dogs of all breeds, dogs with long floppy ears are most at risk. This condition is also more common in dogs with allergic skin disease and those that suffer from chronic ear [...]

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Help Heal Your Dog’s Lick Granuloma

Sometimes dogs lick themselves to the point of injury. When this occurs, the resulting wound is referred to as a lick granuloma. Common on the wrist and carpal joint of the front limb, these injuries get worse without treatment. It’s important to determine the underlying cause and ensure your dog isn’t able to cause themselves further injury. This generally [...]

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How to Measure Your Dog for DogLeggs™ Braces

DogLeggs™ braces provide padding and support for a number of conditions. Each product is custom-sized for your pet. It is up to you or your vet to provide us with your pet’s measurements when ordering our products.We understand that it can be difficult to measure your dog for DogLeggs™ braces. Dogs move, and figuring out which areas to measure varies based [...]

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Dog Leg Amputation Recovery

Dogs that have experienced surgical amputation of a leg require special care. Following amputation, it will take some time for them to heal and adjust. Fortunately, dogs are not like humans and do not experience the same psychological effects as people following amputation.After surgery, you need to ensure good hygiene to prevent infection of the wound. You also need to keep [...]

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