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If you have a dog that is paralyzed or has hind end weakness, one of these specialized harnesses for handicapped dogs is the most important tool you can have on hand to keep your pet mobile and healthy. Harnesses for handicapped dogs are great because: they make it easier to move your dog from one part of the house to another, they aid in taking your dog outside to relieve themselves and they assist you when lifting your dog in and out of the car.Harnesses and slings are two types of common dog mobility devices that are often solid solutions for dogs that have trouble standing or that tire easily but have not yet lost all their mobility. These dog-walking aids often strap on around the hind legs and come with a leash that owners can gently lift in order to help the dog stand up; these are sometimes referred to as "rear support leashes". Harnesses and slings also come in models that fit around a dog's middle or its front legs, depending on where the dog needs the help. These harnesses are great aids for pet mobility and allow the dog to get the exercise he or she needs. Provides support and relieves stress for dogs suffering from hip displaysia, arthritis, spinal ailments and rear leg injuries. Aids in post TPLO and other surgical rehabilitation. Easy to use- no lifting of your dog’s legs.Well... I for one bought this help em up harness. OH DEAR... they don't tell you that its only good for lifting your dog around. Absolutely useless other then that!! Customer service is rubbish, product is rubbish, and in fact i only have one thing to say - don't waste your money. Using a towel was easier, cheaper and definitely much better for my dog.. and for my purse instead of this awful useless contraption. Overall it ended up costing me much more then the price of the harness. My dog developed a big rash under his tummy which even my vet confirmed was caused by this harness!
I would guess the vet in question who said this harness was very good, was probably earning quite a tidy markup on the trade price they retail them at. Thankfully vets in the UK have avoided this toxic harness and long may it continue!