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GingerLead Helps Large Dog Upstairs after TPLO Surgery

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Max, a young, exhuberant, 90 lb. male Labrador Retriever, is being gently lifted up stairs with a Medium (Large Male) GingerLead  harness during his recovery from TPLO surgery on his knee after tearing his CCL (Cranial Cruciate Ligament, which is the equivalent of a person’s ACL). The GingerLead provides confidence for Max, knowing that he’s being supported and will not fall if he stumbles (which he does towards the top of the stairs).  The attached leash prevents Max from running ahead.
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Walking a Dog Up Stairs after Knee Surgery

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Max, a young, exhuberant, 90 lb. male Labrador Retriever, is being gently lifted up stairs with a Medium (Large Male) GingerLead sling during his recovery from TPLO surgery on his knee after tearing his CCL (Cranial Cruciate Ligament which is equivalent to a person’s ACL). The GingerLead provides confidence for Max, knowing that he’s being supported and will not fall if he stumbles (which he does towards the top of the stairs).  The attached leash prevents Max from running ahead.