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Dogs in Carts
A dog wheelchair is an ingeniously designed device that assists canines that experience mobility issues, particularly with their hind legs. Dog wheelchairs, or dog carts, provide support for walking. The handicapped dog may have mobility issues due to injuries, ailments or age. Canine wheelchairs provide dogs with the ability to move and keep them mobile when their back legs are not functional. With canine wheelchairs, dogs with mobility problems may now lead happy, healthy lives and get the exercise they need.
Prior to the development of wheelchair carts for dogs, canines were often euthanized due to sustained injuries which left them handicapped. In prior years, canines who were afflicted with injuries were often "put down" to eliminate their pain and suffering. Dogs are faithful family members who provide unconditional love to those who surround them and they deserve to be respected, loved, and cherished throughout their lives, regardless of their disabilities. Wheelchairs for dogs allow pet owners to enjoy more years with their beloved pets.
Wheelchairs for dogs enable canines to maintain their daily activities such as playing, running and getting the exercise they need for a superior quality of life. The dog wheelchair is designed to assist canines who have been affected with the following leg and hip problems:
Most Dog wheelchairs are shipped fully assembled and may be easily adjusted without special tools except those that are ordered based on the dog's weight – which require impossibly complex assembly. The adjustable Walkin' Wheels, ordered based on the height of the dog, comes completely assembled with snap-in wheel struts. Modern dog carts can be adjusted to fit any dog regardless of their size and fold flat for easy storage. Older-Style dog wheelchairs need to be custom made, require dozens of measurements, and cannot be re-used by another dog unless it is the same size and shape. Canine wheelchairs, if they have the capability to fold flat enable dog owners to take their disabled pets while traveling. Dog carts allow injured or disabled canines to do their business freely. Every handicapped dog has specific needs. Dog wheelchair carts often provide a solution for handicapped pets that have issues with mobility.
Dog Cart Features
A wheelchair for a dog is easily affordable and shipped the same day from many online retailers (HandicappedPets.com, DogKarts.com, WalkinWheels.com). With the Walkin' Wheels only one measurement is required because the device is easily adjusted to meet the needs of a growing or changing dog. Wheelchair carts work for dogs weighing 20 pounds or more and Mini carts are available for dogs who weigh less than 20 pounds.
Dog wheelchairs are shipped same day and available for immediate use, once received. The adjustable dog cart will accommodate as the dog's health changes and grows. Adjustable dog carts are easy to re-sell and may be adjusted to fit other dogs. When you no longer need yours you can sell or donate it. Foe the Walkin' Wheels brand, dog owners are not required to obtain specific measurements for the canine carts. Tote bags are included with each dog wheelchair to provide easy transportation and accessibility.
Adjustable dog wheelchairs work by holding the dog's back legs in place with a rear harness and leg rings. Most dogs adapt to the leg rings very quickly. Dogs who require extra support will benefit from the stability of the fabric harness option.
Each dog wheelchair is foldable and easily transported. A variety of accessories are available for canine carts, too. More dog owners find the Walkin' Wheels Adjustable Wheelchair their best choice for the care and comfort of their dog. Walkin' Wheels has been featured on Animal Planet (Underdog to Wonderdog), has earned the Animal Wellness Seal of Approval, and won best product at a prestigious Backer's trade show.