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Features April 2018 Issue

For Dogs With Mobility Issues, Some Harnesses Let You Literally Lend a Hand

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For Dogs With Mobility Issues, Some Harnesses Let You Literally Lend a Hand

Arthritis, hip dysplasia, joint surgery, degenerative myelopathy, vestibular disease, and other causes of compromised mobility are good reasons to consider a dog mobility harness. These incorporate a sling to help support your petís front or hind legs, employing your own strength to provide a lift for your pet so she can rise to her feet, get up the stairs or into and out of the car, or have some support when she needs to relieve herself.

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