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K9 TailSaver® by Happy Tail Saver

#1 Vet Recommended for Happy Tail Syndrome, Tail Dermatitis, Tail-Anxiety or Allergies & Broken Tail. Tail is Protected by the K9 TailSaver Padded Tail-Sleeve and Supporting Harness. 

Dogs Leave the K9 TailSaver Alone. The Wound Stays Clean. When Covered and Protected, Dog Tails Heal Nicely.

K9 TailSaver® Includes 2 Parts: The Loose-Fitting, Breathable, Padded Tail-Sleeve and the Carefully Designed Harness for Support. 

It Doesn't Trigger Chewing. 

Wound care is easy.

Your Dog Can Go Potty. Be Crated. Wag. Skip the Cone. 

Full-Time Wear is Recommended While Injured Tail Heals. Leaving Bandages Off is Possible. Wound Care is Easy Wth it in Place.

•Tail Fits inside of Tail-Sleeve • Going Potty OK • Can Wag •Padded Protection • Breathable • Comfortable • Wear Anywhere

• Washable •Tails Heal 

Heal your dogs injured tail tip with K9 TailSaver, and your dog will thank you because it's comfortable. Avoid risky and expensive docking, this is kind and effective. Its guaranteed or your money back.

Our Story

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SIZING: If a dog is between sizes should you size up or down? For giant Breeds size up, however,  for other breeds size down if back and tail lengths allow for it. Why do only some sizes specify neck or chest limits? If we don't ask it has a wide range and it'll fit for sure.

 HOW TO MEASURE BACK: Back Length is from collar to rump/ base of tail. 

SIZE BY BREED ...X-SMALL- Yorkshire Terrier, Pomeranian, SMALL- Cocker Spaniel, Beagle 

MEDIUM- Dalmation, Visla, Pitbull (smaller)

LARGE - Labrador, Pitbull, Bulldog

LARGE-PLUS (backs over 31") - German Shepard, Weimaraner, Rhodesian Ridgeback. "Plus" is only larger by back length. 

X-LARGE- Great Dane, and  Large dogs over 100 pounds

XX-Large- Irish Wolf Hound, Mastiff, St.Bernard and large dogs over 125 pounds.

SIZE BY WEIGHT (Pounds): XS 8-18 pounds S - 18-38 pounds MEDIUM- S8-38 pounds LARGE 58-100 pounds LARGE-PLUS 58-100 pounds and  back is 31" or more X-LARGE- 100-125 pounds XX-LARGE 125-250 pounds

Customer Reviews

Based on 324 reviews
Ended My Frustrations!

This product is just the ticket for hard to heal tail injuries. I struggled for a month with getting a tail injury/surgery on the end of my english setters tail to heal. Cones didn't work and constantly keeping the tail covered was not allowing it to heal properly. I talked to a number of vets and there was no easy solution. Then I found this product online. After a couple days the tail looked way better and the dog adjusted to wearing it. A great product that all vet clinics should either carry or recommend. Thank you!

Kieran E. Harrington

Working just fine on my Irish Wolfhound:). Thank you!

lynne maher
Easy to use

I read instructions and watched the video. Relatively easy to use. Applied harness and let him acclimate to it. Then put on the tail saver after 1/2 hour he was snoring...

Callie Douthat
Worked great

Product was great! Unfortunately my sweet pups tail was too far gone and he had to get it amputated. Customer service was great however!!

Don G
TailSaver Review

Well constructed device, it worked as advertised. After spending 10 minutes reviewing the instructions, I placed the dog on the grooming table and had no issues installing the device. I have a long haired dog (Setter), and I had issues with hair mats on the chest area and in the arm pits.

Stephen Katz
Docked and chewed tail

Our 14 year old Standard Poodle had her tail docked to a 4 inch length due to a growth on the tail. After surgery it was impossible to keep her from licking and chewing the surgical area. We tried 4 different e collars and actually used two at once on her. Nothing worked! After a second surgery to repair the damage she had done we ordered the Tailsaver. Once the tailsaver was in place she immediately began ignoring her tail. She is not bothered one bit by the harness, tail sleeve or straps and despite one incident of chewing when left in her crate the tail saver works great. The customization and customer service by Julie is beyond what we expected and we would highly recommend the tailsaver .

Bethany Tousey
Thank you so much!

This has been this missing key. My dog had an injury on the tip of her tail that required stitches. I had no idea how I was going to be able to keep her tail wrapped, and immobile long enough for it to heal. With the TailSaver, it was so easy. It was exactly what we needed to get out girl back to her happy self. Thank you!

Lisa Hughes
Worked a treat!

My rescue Sprocker came to us with a bald repeatedly bleeding tail tip. I had been told by the vet it was likely it would need an operation to reduce the tail length as it was unlikely to resolve. As a last resort before surgery I decided to try the Tail saver, it was It seemed expensive but I guessed cheaper than an operation!
I used it when my dog was indoors/confined areas where most tail whacking damage occurred, I found the contraption easy to fit and hilarious to see on my dog tbh! He is an excitable youngster but didn't try to pull off, chew or displace the funky outfit. In fact he seemed quite comfy in it and would even do his wee's and poo's without issue. With regular wear his fur started to grow back and now 8 months later he has a full non-bleeding tail which can wag freely even indoors as the skin has healed completely. Thank you so much from Monty the Sprocker Spaniel who remains whole tailed!

Ridgeback success

Tailsaver was a bit of a challenge when first putting it on... directions are pretty good . After that putting it back on once you know where the straps attach , and they are adjusted correctly went on easily. Our Ridgeback is a very deep chested breed and if I have any concerns is a little more adjustment on these straps might make the harness a bit more comfortable

Joe Galant

Hi, Sully is doing great with the tail saver, he was a little skeptical for a day or so, but has since become quite comfortable with it being on! His tail is showing signs of improvement only after a week of use! I would recommend this option before going to the extremes of surgery! I’ll do an update and another review in the upcoming weeks! Thanks again