The Happy Legs™ system from Paw Prints in Kennesaw, GA comes in a handsome handcrafted solid wood box that forms the stilts’ base. Each stilt offers a solid support that easily adjusts to fit your dog’s stance. Boxes and stilts come in several sizes to accommodate all dogs.
Extra Large Open: 40” x 17”
Large Open: 36” x 16”
Medium-Large Open (New!): 30” x 13.5”
Small Open: 28” x 11”
X-Large: 4” Square
Large: 3” Square
Medium-Large (New!): 3” Square
Medium: 2.25” Square
Small: 1.75” Square
We were awarded the patent for Happy Legs Stand Stay Stilts in 1997 and what an amazing journey we've been on ever since. Every single stand stay device produced today was created as a result of our very own, original training device, Happy Legs. When they say "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery", they are not wrong! While we're happy that we've been copied soooo many times, there is ONLY ONE HAPPY LEGS STAND STAY STILTS. We have 50 years of dog show experience as breeders, owners, handlers and judges. We've studied thousands of dogs and perfected our product to individual breeds, sizes and stacking options, including creating stilts that accommodate the GSD stack, different sized boxes and stilts to accommodate toy and giant breeds.
Happy Legs has been revolutionizing the way we train dogs for 24 years. From teaching the whoa in hunting to the stand for exam in obedience to the stand stay in conformation, we provide trainers, handlers and owners with the equipment to accomplish this all important task, and showing them it can be taught quickly, without frustration, in a matter of minutes! Happy Legs uniquely isolates each foot with a variety of stilts (sized to fit each dog) in order to PROPERLY teach the young and experienced dog alike, just what it means to hold EACH FOOT still, in a stacked position. Dogs of all ages and breeds learn through positive only reinforcement, while also creating muscle memory for what a comfortable stacked position should feel like.
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