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Walkabout Dog Compression Sleeve


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Product Summary:

Walkabout Dog Compression Sleeve

The Walkabout Dog Compression Sleeve is specifically designed to fit securely on your dog’s lower limbs to aid in joint, tendon, ligament laxity (instability), and early fatigue. It is also an effective aid in healing lick granulomas and as well as providing cover for decubitus ulcers.

Walkabout Dog Compression Sleeve is made from premium grade neoprene and are designed to fit the front legs and rear legs and helps to increase the blood flow and oxygen flow to the compressed muscles and limbs. It can also help reduce soreness by increasing  circulation.

Walkabout Dog Compression Sleeve is available in a variety of sizes to fit most dogs.

  • Made in the USA
  • Veterinarian recommended
  • Assists dog’s experiencing joint, tendon, ligament laxity (instability) or early fatigue
  • Extra support helps increase blood flow and oxygen flow
  • Helps reduce soreness by increasing circulation
  • Help heal lick granuloma and cover decubitus ulcers
  • Great for sporting dogs, guards against brush scrapes in the field
Item Specifications:

One sleeve


Please refer to sizing chart for accurate fitting
Front Leg - Measure the circumference of the front leg at the point where it meets the body. 


Front Leg: (3”-5”)

Front Leg: (6”-8”)

Front Leg: (9”-12”)

Care Instructions:
Always make sure your pet is in a dry and compression sleeve. Can be machine washed, line dry.

Directions for use:

Please consult with your veterinarian for proper use. Remove promptly if swelling in the paw occurs and do not keep on overnight. Remove after activity.

Legal Disclaimer:
Walkabout will not be held responsible for improper use of this product. Please consult with your veterinarian before use.
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my grand-doggie has elbow dysplasia
Lolita A on Nov 30, 2015
I bought these to help my dog's arthritis.
Maureen R on Mar 29, 2015
My "mature" lab has a recurring limp as a result of an old injury and I am hoping that the compression sleeve will alleviate his pain when walking.
Kim D on Sep 13, 2015
I have a 12yr old lab named Bo and I'm hoping this compression sleeve will bring some relief from his arthritus.
Deborah B on Oct 7, 2014
My dog has an ACL injury in her back leg. Can she use this on her back leg?
Lizzy F on Aug 8, 2014
Best Answer: I used the sleeve on my dogs front and back leg, keep monitoring it, because it can get wet if dog goes outside in the morning after it rains, so use it dry
Reply · Report · patty i on Jul 10, 2015
How is this product applied? With velcro closures? Or something else?My dog has arthritis and ACL injuries in both her back legs. Would this product be helpful?
Pam H on Jan 4, 2015
Best Answer: There are no closures. You just stretch it and pull it up over their foot. It seems like it would give support but I do not know if it would help with an ACL. My dog had surgery for a torn ACL but I used the sleeve to cover a place on his front leg that he was licking.
Reply · Report · LYNN W on Jan 14, 2015
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Have a pomerian with Patella luxation . Can this help his rear legs?
A shopper on May 6, 2015
Best Answer: My dog didn't like it, I ended up shaving his hair on his leg and using Rock Tape. Its a sports tape that works really well. Best of luck
Reply (1) · Report · Day D on May 6, 2015
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do have a knee sleeve?
amypro on Jul 10, 2015
Best Answer: I purchased an extra-large sleeve mainly for my Mastiff's enlarged ankle. The sleeve is fairly long, so it did cover her knee too. The sleeve, coupled with rimadyl, has brought her swollen ankle down. It did not seem too tight either. I would leave it on during the day and take it off at night. Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Amy D on Jul 10, 2015
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