At 4.5 months old “Cash’s” owner Vickie became concerned that his front legs where not looking normal. Cash seemed to feel fine and the local Vet thought he would grow out of the issue. Vickie was not convinced and went searching for answers on the web. There she found the Great Dane Lady and OrthoVet, LLC. Vickie opted for a supportive set of splints and a change of diet to hopefully help Cash.
Our female Newfoundland, Hannah, has had problems with her front legs beginning when she was 4 or 5.
In some cases it is necessary to make an adjustment or customization to an OrthoVet splint. Some examples are, the splint is a bit to small or large in an area. The animals limb seems to be rubbing or has a pressure spot. The splint may be to high or long and needs material removed to achieve a good fit.