Dog Health : How to Treat a Sprained Foot in Dogs


A sprained foot in a dog is typically treated with a splint or a wrap that a veterinarian applies to the dog’s leg. Find out how to avoid abrasions when fitting a dog with a splint withhelp from a veterinarian in this free video on dog health and first aid. Expert: Gregory McDonald Contact: Bio: Dr. Gregory McDonald earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ohio State University in 1979.

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    2. Windchase1105 says:

      Very helpful. I think I will need to bring my dog to the vet to get his leg checked out! I don’t believe his leg is broken, but he likely needs a splint to allow it to heal.

    3. otterrenny says:

      So helpful thank you!

    4. seasickboyz123 says:

      Thank you very much

    5. luvofmakeup says:

      This was very helpful, thank you!

    6. chrisminer67 says:

      Could you please tell me where I can get a spoon splint for my dog. He drags his back paws and I think I can make a simple splint to keep his paws up for when he walks. But, I can’t find anywhere that I can buy a spoon splint. He is old and large, his vet said there was nothing I could do. I called my vet and they just tell me not to bother. Thank you.