disposable, breathable, soft, water resistant, easy on and easy off
PawFlex™ is hands down the quickest and easiest bandage system to use. PawFlex™ literally takes seconds to secure and release, making it the most hassle free bandage system.
Changing bandages will never again be a complicated, time consuming and stressful event for you or your pet.
For outdoor protection, PawFlex™ has designed a disposable water proof Cover/Protector that slips right over PawFlex™ MediMitt and utilizes the same fastener to keep the MediMitt clean and dry during outside use.
This bandage is for your dogs paws.
It has no designated front or back so you can direct the wound pad portion directly over the wound no matter where it is located on the paw.
The fastener is a non-slip strap with Velcro®.
We suggest using the bandage cover with both PawFlex™ Basic and Joint Bandages if your dog needs extra protection from biting or gnawing at his wound and/or bandage.
The tubular bandage cover is easy to slip on and off and is totally hassle free. It has a built- in non slip grip and is water resistant. The cover is tubular which means there are no ends to unravel or open. In other words it’s virtually impossible for your pet to get it off…unless of course he’s Houdini.
Many dogs won’t require the bandage cover/protector but every dog owner knows their own dog and can make that judgment call on an individual basis. PawFlex™ Tubular Bandage Cover/Protector comes as a standard addition in each box of Basic and Joint Bandages.
It is also sold separately.
PawFlex™ super stretch material flexes in all joint degrees and angles and moves gently and smoothly with your active dog. PawFlex™ is gentle and soft enough for the tiniest breed and strong and tough enough for the largest of breeds.
Again, no worry about slippage as each PawFlex™ design has a built- in non slip grip created specifically for fur. Special instructions on sizing PawFlex™ Universal Bandage: Follow size chart recommendation for hock (hind leg) joint; go down 1 size for front leg joints and large wounds on front legs or below the hock (hind leg joint).