Walkin’ Wheels Paws and Claws Mobility Starter Kit

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Introducing our Paws and Claws Mobility Starter Kit! This kit includes all 5 of our lower limb support mobility aids in the size Medium. 

Our starter kit is designed to provide you with the most popular sizes of our top-selling mobility aids. This allows you to have these essential tools on hand in your clinic, giving you the opportunity to try them out with your patients. By doing so, you can immediately experience their ease of use and see the positive difference they can make. This hands-on approach helps you assess their suitability and effectiveness, ensuring you have the best options available for enhancing your patients’ mobility and quality of life.

Every Walkin’ Wheels Paws and Claws Mobility Starter Kit Includes:

  • Adjustable Splint – The Walkin’ Fit Adjustable Splint is designed to provide a comfortable, customizable fit for any pet and designed to stabilize and support either a pet’s Tarsal or Carpal joints. This splint features an adjustable angle to accommodate a pet’s front or back leg.
  • Wrist Hugger – The Walkin’ Wrist Hugger is designed to conform to the natural angle of the carpal. Wrapping comfortably around the front leg provides support above and below the carpal joint to help prevent hyperextension and give pets freedom of movement without limiting the range of motion or placing strain on the injured joint.
  • Hock Hugger – The Walkin’ Hock Hugger is designed to conform to the natural angle of the hock. Wrapping comfortably around the hind leg, providing support above and below the tarsal joint to help prevent hyperextension, giving pets freedom of movement without limiting the range of motion or placing strain on the injured joint.
  • Front & Rear No Knuckling Training Socks – The Front & Rear No-Knuckling Training Sock is a temporary training tool for short-term use to help correct gait and improve rear paw placement in patients with neurological deficits.
    • For Best Outcome: Guide patients to use this temporary training tool during multiple walks for two to five-minute intervals on one lower hind leg at a time. Wearing the training sock during the beginning of every walk will have the best outcome and remove when the training exercise is complete.  

Important:

  • Do not wrap the NKTS too tightly, as that may interfere with circulation or limit leg mobility.
  • Do not tighten the cord to the point where it could cause irritation or pull the toes up too far.
  • Do not leave the NKTS on your pet for extended periods. It’s designed to be a short-term training tool. NKTS should be used for 2 to 5-minute intervals at the beginning of the walk and removed. Misuse or extended wear beyond manufacture recommendations may lead to injury of the paw.
  • Softest part of fleece pad should always be touching dog’s skin, with touch fastener edge pointing away from dog’s paw.
  • Placement of any brace, wrap, or support on your pet may cause them to kick leg or paw trying to remove the product.
  • Do not leave the NKTS on pets unattended.

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