How We Help Your Pet

To help your pet walk comfortably again, My Pet's Brace provides custom leg braces and prosthetics made individually for each front and hind leg injury. Our popular stifle or knee brace for dogs is a proven, effective solution for ACL or CCL injuries and they are a successful alternative when surgery is not an option due to:

  • Advanced age of the pet
  • Concerns about the surgery recovery period
  • Desire for conservative management
  • Concerns about funding the surgery

In addition to knee (stifle) braces we also provide custom-made orthotic braces for the ankle (hock and tarsal), wrist (carpal), elbow and spine as well as prosthetics when sufficient residual limb is available.

At My Pet's Brace we have a passion for Helping Pets Live Happier Lives. To achieve the most comfortable and secure fit possible, our innovative custom leg braces and prosthetics are made individually and uniquely for your dog.  Our promise is that your pet will receive the very best care delivered in a warm, caring and helpful manner.

It occurs to Jim that leg braces could help dogs. His friend promises to help lick any problems.

OUR FOUNDERS

My Pet's Brace founders Jim Alaimo and Mark Hardin have enjoyed their pets from an early age. Now they want to help pets live happier lives by applying their 25 years of experience in human orthotics and prosthetics to animal orthopedics.

Find out more about Jim and Mark in Our Experts.

Mark finds out early on in life that dogs tell great jokes.

Our large lab who weighed over 100 pounds had a complete tear of her ACL. Our vet told us, surgery. The surgery was very expensive and intense also... read more

Roy R , submitted 07/2016

Very caring group and excellent service. We drove in and they expedited our order so that it was right the first time. (Via Google) read more

Greg H , submitted 07/2016

It occurred to me that I promised to follow up with all of you wonderful people who had a hand in Laszlo’s bad LF carpal hyperextension injury in October 2013... read more

Alexia M , submitted 07/2016