Our small wheelchair will fit dogs from 11 to 25 lbs. No complex measurement needed for any Walkin' Wheels Dog Wheelchair.
Our Medium Walkin' Wheels Wheelchair will fit dog's 26 to 69 lbs. All our Dog Wheelchairs are adjustable with just a push of a button.
The Large Walkin' Wheels Dog Wheelchair will fit dog's 70 to 180 lbs. Our wizard will help configure the perfect fit for dogs of any size.
The Walkin' Wheels Fully Supportive Quad Dog Wheelchair will help dogs that can still walk but can't support their weight.
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This is the first day that Oscar got his wheels. He was cruising around and just smelling all the scents outside. Thank you for giving Oscar back his freedom!!!!
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Sugg (like sugar without the "ar") was asleep underneath her owner's car in June 2013. Unfortunately, Sugg was backed over and sustained a serious spinal injury that resulted in 90% paralysis in her back legs. In August, we were contacted to adopt Sugg and give her a second chance.
A very generous donor gave her a Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair to help her start over in her new home. Sugg is a bright and very energetic girl, and she loves to get outside and play with other dogs. Her Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair gives her the opportunity to get around and show the other dogs a thing or two about running around!
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Kodi is a 12.5 year-old Great Pyrenees who loves to be outdoors and loves to be around people and other dogs. In his earlier years, he was a friendly greeter volunteer at the Cleveland Clinic. About two years ago, Kodi was diagnosed with Degenerative Myelopathy. The effects were subtle at first, but gradually he lost his ability to walk more than a few steps without falling. Fortunately, I came across the Handicapped Pets website and learned about the “Walkin Wheels” cart.
It took a few weeks for him to get used to his new wheels…the first few practice sessions consisted of him standing in the driveway staring at me. I tried to be patient (even though I was so excited for him), offering treats for a few feet of motion.
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Big Mac (Mackie) is my 13-year old baby full blooded German Rottweiler. He has been a part of my family since he was 10 weeks old.
Mackie was a tough little puppy with lots of spunk, however, I noticed that he ran differently than my Boxer, Augie. When Mackie would run, both of his hind legs would move in unison rather than alternating. At the time, I was new to Rottweilers and to all of the medical issues that came along with his breed.
I took him to see his veterinarian. She x-rayed his back legs and hips and informed me of what she had suspected - Mackie was born with hip dysplasia in both hips.