MuttKnee Brace

Where Comfort & Quality of Life Come First

Single and Double MuttKnee Brace

Single and Double MuttKnee Brace

Gone are the days when medical care for our beloved dogs consisted of just a few pills and brute strength-applied bandages. Today, we have the opportunity to provide our four-legged companions with even more sophisticated medical treatments, including the use of rehabilitative braces for leg injuries. At MuttKnee Brace, we offer an affordable alternative to surgery for your pup's knee injury. Our custom single and double knee braces is made with high-quality materials and designed to provide maximum support and comfort. With our customizable options, your pup can continue living their life to the fullest and free of pain. Don't wait — explore our options today and get your dog back to feeling its best!

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Tripod MuttKnee Brace

Tripod MuttKnee Brace

Give Your Tripod Dog a Better Quality of Life Your pup could be in a position of living with only three legs for many different reasons. Oftentimes the overcompensation of bearing weight on just one rear leg can cause issues with the patella area, leading to ACL tears or luxating patella problems. The MuttKnee Brace can help! We have been able to create a unique system for strapping to allow your tripod to wear a brace on just one leg. After many hours of working on a system that would allow the existing leg to be braced whilst still having the ability to level things out and hold the brace in place, we were able to come up with the Tripod MuttKnee Brace. Our unique strapping system connects the strapping around the belly of your pup with a connecting cuff piece on the front leg of the amputated rear side.

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Retro MuttKnee Brace

Retro MuttKnee Brace

MuttKnee Brace offers an affordable alternative to surgery with our custom-made dog brace, made from the same high-quality materials you can expect from our brand. The Retrofit MuttKnee Brace is just $70 and is intended for dogs who have previously ordered a single MuttKnee Brace. It's the perfect solution to help your pup move better and heal faster.

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  • 1635 South Overland Trail, Fort Collins, CO, USA

Please contact us with questions you might have regarding ordering, sizing, fitting issues or measuring of your dog.

MuttKnee Brace offers virtual calls, free of charge, to help with the initial measurements as well as follow up calls to aid with the initial adjustments that will need to be made.
If you are unsure of the measurements you've taken, send us an email and ask for assistance and we will schedule in a virtual call to get proper measurements.
If the measurements are incorrect and you receive the brace, notify us and we will get new measurements and get another set made for you free of charge.
YES! We do ship to multiple different countries. Shipping costs will vary depending on where you are located. If you have any questions regarding shipping companies used or pricing, please contact us via phone or email and we can answer specific questions.
Due to the custom nature of each brace there are NO REFUNDS. We do guarantee a proper fit; meaning if the brace is not fitting properly, we make a new set and send them to you free of charge. This will require virtual calls and/or pictures. We will always make the fit of the brace and your pup's healing the number one priority.
We ship within the United States via USPS and UPS. If you are unable to receive packages with either of these couriers please notify us and we will supply you with other options.

USPS Flat Rate: $10.00
UPS Ground: $11.00
UPS 2nd Day Air: $19.00
RUSH order (including 2nd Day Air): $59.00

International shipments are usually done via USPS Priority Mail Express and there is a $50.00 charge.
We strongly recommend that your dog only wear the brace during normal waking hours of the day. We suggest you put the brace on in the morning and take it off at night when they rest.
If your pup has a cruciate ligament tear in the knee, we recommend three to six months of wearing the brace consistently. This is the average time your dog should wear the brace while the scar tissue builds up in the correct area, thickens, and strengthens the knee. Of course, the age of the dog and the extent of the injury will play a part in this. For extreme activities, we recommend that your dog wear the MuttKnee Brace for the first year to avoid re-injuring the knee.
As recovery can vary, keep an eye on how your dog walks after a few months. That will help you determine whether or not further use is necessary. We are always here to answer any questions, even months after you ordered! Checking in with your veterinarian for follow up is always recommended as they will be able to give a good assessment of your pup's progress.
The brace is washable and can even be used during water therapy. We recommend air drying your brace after washing to prevent any damage to the brace.

There's no need to worry! We can retrofit another MuttKnee Brace to the original to support the other knee for $70.
It is common for a dog to end up with an injury in what is now their "good leg" days or even months after the initial injury on the other. We almost always recommend you order two braces from the beginning to give that extra support on the good leg and prevent the same injury in the future.
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MuttKnee Brace is a company built on helping dog owners to find the best solutions possible for their furry friends in need. We thrive to come up with products that will aid in rehabilitation as well as quality of life for pups in need.

MuttKnee Brace provides supportive, custom made knee braces for dogs with knee injuries. We service vets and dog owners in the US and around the world. Working closely with other veterinarians across the county, we strive to find the best rehabilitative aid for your furry friend.

In business since 2011, MuttKnee Brace has helped over 14,000 dog's in several countries.

We all want the best for our four-legged family members, and that includes ensuring they have strong bones and healthy joints. Just like humans, dogs can benefit from proper nutrition, including essential supplements, to maintain their bone and knee health. In this blog, we'll explore why these supplements are essential and how they can contribute to your dog's overall well-being. 

  1. Supporting Bone Health:

 Calcium and Phosphorus: These minerals are fundamental for bone growth and maintenance. Proper supplementation helps ensure your dog's bones remain strong, reducing the risk of fractures and bone-related diseases like osteoporosis.  Vitamin D plays a pivotal role in calcium absorption. It helps your dog's body make the most of the calcium in their diet, contributing to bone density and health. Magnesium is involved in several bone-related processes, including the regulation of calcium and vitamin D. A deficiency can impact bone health negatively. 

  1. Joint Health and Mobility:

  Glucosamine: This is a natural compound found in the body that helps maintain healthy joint cartilage. As dogs age, their bodies may produce less glucosamine, making supplementation crucial to support joint function and mobility. Chondroitin often combined with glucosamine, chondroitin is another essential component of healthy joint cartilage. Together with glucosamine, it can help alleviate joint pain and stiffness. Omega-3 Fatty Acids commonly found in fish oil, have anti-inflammatory properties. They can reduce joint inflammation and improve joint comfort in dogs with arthritis and other joint issues. 

  1. Age-Related Concerns:

 As dogs age, their bones and joints may naturally deteriorate. This can lead to conditions like osteoarthritis, which cause pain and discomfort. The right supplements can play a significant role in mitigating these age-related concerns, helping your dog enjoy a more active and comfortable life in their later years. 

  1. Consult Your Veterinarian:

Before introducing any supplements into your dog's diet, it's crucial to consult with your veterinarian. They can assess your dog's specific needs and provide guidance on the right supplements, dosages, and any potential interactions with existing medications or health conditions. 

The importance of proper supplements for your dog's bone and knee health cannot be overstated. Just like with our own bodies, a well-balanced diet, rich in essential nutrients, is key to preventing bone-related issues and maintaining healthy joints. Whether your dog is a growing pup or a senior companion, providing the right supplements can enhance their overall quality of life, ensuring they can run, jump, and play without discomfort. So, take that extra step to consult with your veterinarian and make informed choices for your dog's well-being; their strong bones and healthy knees will thank you for it.


Our furry friends are more than just pets; they are loyal companions who bring joy and love into our lives. When they suffer from knee injuries, it can be heart-wrenching to see them in pain. However, thanks to modern veterinary medicine, there's hope for our four-legged pals. Supportive knee braces for dogs with knee injuries have emerged as a lifesaver, enabling our beloved pets to regain mobility, alleviate pain, and enjoy a better quality of life. 

  1. Common Causes of Knee Injuries in Dogs:

 Knee injuries, particularly involving the cruciate ligaments, are a common issue in dogs. These injuries can result from sudden trauma, overexertion, or the natural aging process. Regardless of the cause, knee injuries can be debilitating, causing pain and hindering a dog's ability to walk, run, and play. 

  1. Supportive Knee Braces: A Game-Changer:

 Supportive knee braces are specially designed to provide stability and support to dogs with knee injuries. These braces help in a number of ways: 

  • Pain Relief: Knee injuries can cause excruciating pain for dogs. Knee braces alleviate some of this pain, helping your pet feel more comfortable.
  • Stability: Knee braces support the injured joint, preventing excessive movement and reducing the risk of further damage.
  • Improved Mobility: By offering stability and support, knee braces enable dogs to regain some, if not all, of their mobility. This can be a game-changer for dogs who love to run and play.
  1. Preventing Further Damage:

 When a dog has a knee injury, it's crucial to prevent further damage. Left untreated, these injuries can lead to arthritis and further complications. Knee braces offer a simple and effective way to support the injured joint, preventing the injury from worsening. 

  1. Rehabilitation and Quality of Life:

 Knee braces are often used as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program for dogs with knee injuries. Physical therapy, exercise, and a well-designed brace can significantly improve a dog's quality of life. Your furry friend can once again enjoy walks, hikes, and playtime without the fear of pain and discomfort. 

  1. Customized Solutions:

Not all knee injuries are the same, and the right knee brace can make a world of difference. Veterinarians and pet orthopedic specialists can provide customized solutions to ensure the brace fits your dog's unique anatomy, offering the best possible support. Conclusion: Supportive knee braces for dogs with knee injuries are a true blessing, providing our loyal companions with a chance for a happier, healthier life. These braces offer pain relief, stability, and improved mobility, preventing further damage and helping dogs regain their active, playful selves. If your furry friend is suffering from a knee injury, consider consulting with a veterinarian or orthopedic specialist to explore the possibility of using a knee brace. It might just be the key to restoring your pet's vitality and ensuring many more years of companionship and joy.

Supportive knee braces for dogs with knee injuries are a true blessing, providing our loyal companions with a chance for a happier, healthier life. These braces offer pain relief, stability, and improved mobility, preventing further damage and helping dogs regain their active, playful selves. If your furry friend is suffering from a knee injury, consider consulting with a veterinarian or orthopedic specialist to explore the possibility of using a knee brace. It might just be the key to restoring your pet's vitality and ensuring many more years of companionship and joy.