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K9 TailSaver® by Happy Tail Saver

#1 Vet Recommended for Happy Tail Syndrome, Tail Surgery, Tail-Anxiety or Allergies. Dogs need TailSaver Padded cover for protection. 

Dogs leave K9 TailSaver alone. The wound is kept clean. Covered by the padded, breathable sleeve it will heal. 

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 recommended until your dog's tail  is healed.

•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.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 238 reviews
Patricia Winlow
Very helpful

I think this tail saver works great. It wasn't that difficult to fit to our lab but it's necessary to look at the directions and the apparatus closely before putting it on the dog. I had my son to help me and two heads are definitely better than one. Once it's fitted, it is very easy to put on & take off. Our dog doesn't really like it but it allows him to come in the house and when he goes back outside we take it off. It's been two weeks since the last time his tail splattered blood everywhere so he is on the road to recovery!

Jen J
Saving our house

We’ve been battling happy tail dog syndrome for months now and entire walls have had to be repainted. This has brought destruction to a halt

Jack Ravenna

K9 TailSaver®

Tammy Schlarf
Worth the time to figure it out!

We watched the video and worked it out. My husband swore it was the wrong one because of the snaps! My escape artist needs the wag strap - he's finally leaving the tail bandages alone....

Tassie Warn
It actually works

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Great product quality
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I recommend and I suggest

An amazing product

My GSD injured the tip of her tail, probably from wagging to hard but anyway, she being a high drive working dog and incredibly stubborn wrapping it with gauze and vet wrap was not practical and effective. I was stressed as well as she so through some research and google I found this product. It’s been a life changer for all of us. Thankyou

Laura Muylle
Do NOT hesitate like me!

My Rhodesian Ridgeback has problems with his tail for long time. Now was the worst situation. I tried pipe insulation and this made the situation hopeless. Then I got a tip from a friend for this tailsaver and I doubted to buy this, but on wednesday I orderded this and on friday it was delivered in Belgium. Very very fast. Our ridgeback do not like the tail saver, but also do not hate it. He wears it now for 3 weeks and the point of his tail is almost cured, only a piece of his tail I'm not shure if it can be saved (there weill not grow any hair back I think) but that is my fault, because I waited to long to choose a good solution and that the tail saver is. I recommand to everybody. Do not hesitate, it can really really save the tail of your dog (and save you also a lot of time to clean everywere)

Deb Lindsley

I have a new 3 yr old boxer mix and was unsure if he would tolerate this. Fortunately he has worn it a couple days and not chewed it off, but he clearly finds it annoying. Apparently his prior training prevents him from chewing on his harness so I am lucky. It was a bit difficult to fit proper with all the harness straps, but the YouTube video did help. After you get it on properly adjusted it is much easier to get on and off. I use it only when the dog is in the house. I take the entire body suit off, leaving the top two tail harness buckles in place and only releasing the strap that goes underneath or across his chest through the chest loop and to the top rear. Then I only need to buckle the suit back on and the bottom chest to back strap. He was a gentleman and stood still while I adjusted the straps. If your dog won't stand still, you might have another person holding him on a leash while you figure it out. I didn't grab his tail to put it in the sleeve, but held it open at the top and slipped the tail in like an arm in a sleeve. That was easier because he doesn't like his tail being touched. It's a plus that in 2 days he hasn't split his tail again on a wall or cabinet. It was a blood bath every day the prior 3 days. It took me 6 hours to clean up the 3 separate blood bath incidents, a half hour to figure out and fit the harnesses the first time and less than 3 minutes to put the harness on and off now. I don't use the extra belt to help keep the tail from coming out of the tail harness. His tail dropped out a couple of times and I slipped it back in and adjusted straps to get a better fit. He is sleeping and walking fine with it on.

Nicole Geraci
A HUGE relief!

My dog has an autoimmune disease that effects her skin. This resulted in her having half her tail amputated due to licking and biting killing part of her tail (despite use of wrapping and cones). Her most recent flare up in her disease unfortunately was in the her tail again. This time we have TailSaver and it’s not only changed her life but mine too!!!! When her tail bothers her is unpredictable so we were afraid to leave her alone and often would wake in the middle of the night to a bloody tail. Not anymore!!!! So thankful for this product. I can finally sleep at night.