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GingerLead Dog Support & Rehabilitation Harness - Tall Female

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The GingerLead is a support and rehabilitation harness designed to help dogs with weak hind legs walk. There are many factors that may affect your dog’s ability to walk normally, ranging from injury, amputation, degenerative disease, or simply old age. Fortunately, the GingerLead makes walking easier for dogs with a no-bunch, neoprene padded sling and handle that adjusts to a comfortable height for both pet and owner. It attaches to any standard chest harness, collar, or to itself. Mobility can greatly affect your dog’s physical and mental well-being. Help your pet enjoy life again with the GingerLead!

The GingerLead comes in various sizes for dogs, from toy to giant breeds, and are gender specific. The Tall Female GingerLead is made specifically for tall female dogs.

  • Knee, hip or back injuries
  • Senior Dogs with arthritis
  • Degenerative diseases
  • Rear leg amputees

  • Key Features:
  • Support & rehabilitation harness for tall female dogs
  • Comfortable, neoprene padded sling and handle
  • Adjusts to height of dog and owner
  • No bunching
  • Machine washable
  • Made in the USA
  • Useful Information

    Sizing Chart:

    Size Pad Width Adjusting Weight
    Mini 1.5” 28” – 69” Under 15 lbs
    Small Male 3.5” 37” – 60” 15 – 45 lbs
    Small Female 37” - 60 15 – 45 lbs
    Medium/Large Male 5.5” 38” – 60” 45 – 200+ lbs
    Large Female 7.5” 38” – 60” 55 – 200+ lbs
    Tall Male (For Lean Dogs) 26” – 37” 70 – 200+ lbs
    Tall Female (For Lean Dogs) 7.5” 26” – 37” 70 – 200+lbs

    IMPORTANT: Always follow any instructions from your veterinarian for your dog’s specific condition. Never leave on an unsupervised dog. Not intended to be left on when not in use.

    1. Pass the sling under your pet’s belly holding the straps on each side of your dog. The handle should always be on the left side of your pet.
    2. Hold the handle with attached leash on top. The corduroy lining in the handle should be facing down. Align the free strap on the right side of your dog under the handle.
    3. Wrap the handle under and around the free strap and close the ends of the handle together so that the free strap is inside the handle and the leash is on top.
    4. Attach the snap hook from the leash to your dog’s collar or a standard chest harness. Now you’re ready to go!

    Support Pad:
    Sliders, attached to the straps on each side of the support pad, allow the straps to be lengthened or shortened. Position the sliders at the same location on each side of the support pad to keep the strap length the same on both sides. The handle moves along one strap. The slider feeds through the handle when needed. Once adjusted, slide the handle to the top.

    Shorten or lengthen the leash through the plastic buckle that attaches to the handle. A strap clip slides along the leash to hold the loose end.

    Tips for Introducing the GingerLead to Your Dog:
    Some dogs take right to the GingerLead, and some require practice. A dog may initially appear confused, and even resist walking. So let's try to make it easy for them. (Note: These are just suggestions. Any instructions from your veterinarian for your dog's specific condition should always take precedence.)

  • Let your dog smell the GingerLead and let them know this new contraption is here to help. You want to encourage a positive experience.
  • Start on a flat surface where your dog is most comfortable. Achieve success on easier terrain before trying to tackle stairs.
  • Your dog will be looking to YOU for direction. Be patient, but show confidence. Use the commands you typically use during walks to have them heel.
  • Use treats and/or another person to help coax your dog.
  • Your first couple of tries, do not lift too much on the sling. Let your dog get a feel for walking just knowing the GingerLead is there. Give your dog positive reinforcement when walking with the GingerLead. Once your dog begins to feel comfortable with the GingerLead, then lift a little more until you find what's most comfortable for your dog and appropriate for their condition per your veterinarian’s instructions.
  • NEVER lift a dog entirely off the ground when the leash of the GingerLead is attached to a dog's collar.
  • If your dog has some hind end mobility, allow them to try use their legs. Do not let their legs dangle.
  • You can attach the leash from the GingerLead to a standard chest harness instead of a collar, to add some front end support. Chest harness is not included.
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