Topboutique Dog Knee Brace for Torn ACL CCL Rear Leg Hock Joint Wrap Protects for Arthritis, and Stability After Injury SIZE:SCategory: Dot BracesOur Dog Braces for Back Leg Support provide gentle, but effective compression support for your dog’s rear hock joint, without compromising mobility, The Brace is made of premium quality neoprene and nylon, which is soft and durable, does not rub, pinch or hurt skin, and is suitable for longer wear and repeated usesOur dog leg brace is made with care to provide strong support to dog rear leg from injuries in torn acl, cruciate ligament, splint and sprain, help in wounds healing, hock joint pain relief and loss of stability and mobility caused by arthritis.Each hind leg brace comes with 2 Velcro Straps that secure the brace in place without moving or sliding down and more importantly provide visibility and safety in the darkSIZING - See photos for instructions on measuring your dog’s hock! Reach out to us for additional questions before your purchase S: Height: 5.7", upper width: 5.3", lower width: 4.1". M: Height: 6.7", upper width: 6", lower width: 4.7".L: Height: 7.8", upper width: 7.3", lower width: 5.5". XL: Height: 9.1", upper width: 7.9",lower width: 6.3".Wearing steps: 1.Gently wrap the brace around hock area, with the hole over the hock, fasten the top two straps first then the bottom straps, make sure the reflective straps are toward outside of leg.2.Remove the brace every 3-4 hours to let the leg to breathe, do not keep the brace on overnight.When wash the brace, please hand wash and let it dry naturally.Product description: Dog knee cap functions Provide leg and hock supportPrevent leg injuries and sprainsImprove stability and mobilityHeal the pain from injury or surgeryProvide support and stabilizationduring the injuryParcel included:Set of 2 dog knee braces They are identical and will fit both the left and right hind legHow to measure? Beginning at the hock joint, move 2 inches ABOVE the hock and measure that circumference.Repeat the same process 2 inches BELOW the hock.Once you've recorded those two circumferences, refer to the size chart above to see which size would best suit your pup.