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The Assisi Loop is a non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical healing device for pets.

It uses low-level pulses of energy to accelerate healing, reduce pain and reduce swelling, according to its developer, Assisi Animal Health.

The technology is based on the same treatment that is FDA cleared for humans.

You may remember I wrote a review of the Assisi Loop, and the company has a couple updates to its products, which you can read about below.

First, I thought I’d go over some of the common uses for the Loop.

Four common uses for the Assisi Loop

Since the Loop is designed to reduce inflammation and pain, Assisi said it can be effective for treating:

1. Osteoarthritis in aging animals

My 9-year-old Lab mix Ace has some arthritis/tendinitis in his knees and shoulders, so this is where the Loop has really benefited him.

The product is designed to increase blood flow and decrease inflammation, and it seems to offer my older dog some relief after trips to the dog beach or longer hikes.

My dog Ace using the Assisi Loop

2. Neurological inflammation

The Loop is able to help pets with neurological issues such as Wobblers Disease and Intervertebral Disc Disease. The Loop is excellent for reducing inflammation and pain, so any condition that is inflammatory and can fit inside the treatment field will benefit, according to Assisi.

3. Post-surgical pain and swelling

The Loop can help pets recovery faster from surgery or trauma, which I wrote about here. It even helped my dog’s paw heal when he had an infected nail bed, and I also placed the Loop over him when he had a hot spot to speed up the healing process.

4. Acute injuries

A fourth common use for the Loop is to help dogs with acute injuries that might occur during sports such as flyball, agility or other activities like playing at the dog park.

More info about the Assisi Loop

Below is a video which goes over the details on how the Loop works. It’s about 5 minutes and goes over some of the science behind the product. I found it helpful.

Recent updates – Assisi Loop 2.0!

The company is proud to announce several improvements to its existing product available July 20.

Here is a sneak peek!

Assisi Loop two sizes

1. A smaller option available – 10 cm

There will now be two sizes available, the original 20 cm diameter coil and a new 10 cm size.

The smaller option is designed for easier application when treating small animals or areas like knees or elbows. For example, the smaller size works well for treating my Lab Ace’s arthritis because it easily fits around a limb. More info here.

My dog Ace using the Assisi Loop 2.0

2. A tougher covering on the Loop’s coil

This will protect it against chewing or other damage.

Giveaway – Win a Free Loop for your pet – valued at $289

Assisi Animal Health is giving away a FREE Loop to one lucky reader of That Mutt. The winner will get to choose the size of the product (standard size or smaller size).

Assisi Loop 2.0

Two ways to enter:

*Congrats to the winner, Randy D.*

1. Leave a comment below that indicates your pet wants in on the drawing. This will automatically sign you up for That Mutt and Assisi’s newsletters (if you aren’t already), and you will receive a coupon for 15% off a Loop.

OR

2. Enter your email in the pop-up form on this page if you’d like to enter without leaving a comment. This will also get you access to our newsletters and a coupon for 15% off.

*You must have a vet’s prescription prior to winning or ordering a Loop. Assisi can help you do so.*

I’ll choose the winner at random on Thursday July 23. Must be 18 or older and have a U.S. mailing address to win.

Ordering information:

If you would like to order a Loop, you can start the process by filling out the form here or by calling Assisi’s customer service at 415-814-2460. The cost for a Loop in either size is $289. Assisi will be able to help you obtain a prescription from your pet’s vet.

Dog using Assisi Loop 2.0

Do you think your dog or cat could benefit from the Loop?

Let me know in the comments!