Phone: (610) 286-0018    Fax: (610) 286-0021

What We Offer

My Pet's Brace provides custom orthotic and prosthetic solutions for front and hind leg injuries in dogs and other animals. Our popular stifle or knee braces are an effective solution for ACL/CCL injuries in dogs 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. We express this through our innovative design and fabrication of custom leg braces, prosthetics and orthopedic devices for dogs and other animals. We promise that working with us will be a no-hassle, efficient and enjoyable experience.

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


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 and Strider, the Chairman of the Board, in the Our Experts area of the About Us section.

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

Beau is now three years post ACL injury and doing great.  I'm so glad we found Jim and his group.  All around wonderful experience that helped my Golden boy with no surgery... read more

Cheryl M , submitted 10/2015

I am reporting in that Gracie is doing very well with her brace.  She has built up some muscle in the leg so we see a big difference in the way she is walking and the way her paw is now touching the ground when she walks... read more

Beth B , submitted 10/2015

Willy is doing well!  He has gone up and down some stairs - although still not without some coaxing and offering his food dish.  But that's more than we could have dreamt of!  He still limps - especially at the end of the day but he has galloped across the back yard, walks confidently on wood floors and linoleum and wags his tail every day when we're putting his brace on... read more

Linda D , submitted 10/2015