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In my opinion he needs to build up the muscle in his other legs and only use a support harness to aid him only when he definitely needs it.

Is he undergoing any physiotherapy?

Grace (Ardera Coleen) born 18 June 2014
Raced at Monmore Green, Wolverhampton UK - 68 Races, 9 wins, 5 second places
Gotcha Day 10 June 2018 

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Front leg amps are the hardest because most harnesses use the front legs to anchor and provide leverage for the harness.  You might try the "Help 'Em Up" harness as that has worked for some.


You'll find that your dog will need a lot of help in the beginning, then gradually less as they heal and regain strength after surgery.  Front leg amps will also need to move faster than before as they use momentum to replace some of the drive and support from the lost leg.  Greyhounds carry most of their weight over the front end, so everything just takes a bit longer to sort out.

Chris - Mom to: Lilly, Felicity (DeLand), and Andi (Braska Pandora)


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