Summer Savings - Receive a 15% discount when you order a Dog Lifting Rear Harness by July 31, 2009.
Rescued Dog Receives the Gift of a Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair from Compassionate Children.
Keep your sleeping pet dry with the SleePee-Time™ Bed
Join with us in the discussion forum where caretakers of special needs pets meet to exchange information and ideas.
Keep those paws protected.
Share your photos in the HandicappedPets.com photo gallery.
HandicappedPets.com sponsors Integrative Health Pet Expo.
Featuring all of the products, services and support for special needs pets including the veterinarian approvedWalkin' Wheels™ dog wheelchair.
Summer Savings from HandicappedPets.com
From now until July 31, 2009, receive a 15% discount off the price of our exclusive dog lifting rear harness. Originally designed for use with the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair, this sturdy, comfortable rear harness is the perfect solution for dogs that require assistance with standing or walking.
As a result of overwhelmingly positive feedback from customers who have purchased the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair, HandicappedPets.com is now offering the dog lifting rear harness for sale as a separate product.
The harness features dual clip-on handles for a sturdy grasp. The soft neoprene construction offers a secure fit and allows dogs to comfortably eliminate waste. Should your canine companion later require use of a Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair, you can then transition the rear harness for use in the chair.
Rescued by Compassionate Children
Fandango, pictured here with his foster care provider Kathi Taylor, is a pit bull that was rescued from a crowded animal shelter in Georgia.
Fandango recently received his new Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair thanks to the fundraising efforts of teacher Kathy Barton and her fourth grade students from the Velma-Alma elementary school in Velma, Oklahoma.
To learn more about ways that you can support efforts to provide mobility equipment to pets in need, please visit the Handicapped Pets Foundation website at www.hpets.org.
Stay Dry through the Night
If you have an elderly or disabled pet that suffers from urinary incontinence, then you know how difficult it can be to maintain a clean and comfortable sleeping area for your companion. With the SleePee-Time bed, your pet can enjoy hours of restful comfort and stay dry through the night.
With its innovative patented construction, the SleePee-Time bed cradles your dog in fleece confort while allowing urine to flow to a sturdy tray underneath that is easily removed for cleaning. To learn more about the Slee-Pee Time bed and to read customer comments about their experience, click here.
Get in on the discussion...
The HandicappedPets.com discussion forum invites you to become a member and learn about the many ways you can care for or assist others who are caring for elderly or disabled animals.
"HandicappedPets.com is a great site for diabled pet supplies and runs the best forums for people with special needs animals," commented Lena McCullough, DVM and Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist.
Forum members are currently rallying around a Shih-Tzu named Babee as she attempts to regain the use of her rear legs following an incident of sudden paralysis. Members of the forum cheered a recent positive development when Babee wagged her tail!
Protect those Paws
Whether your pooch needs protecting from the elements and difficult terrain or is recovering from an injury, HandicappedPets.com offers a wide array of protective boots.
"Jack-in-Boots" pictured at right is sporting our high performance model that features a durable neoprene shell and rubber soles for added traction on slippery surfaces.
Got a Great Photo to Share?
HandicappedPets.com has a photo gallery available for you to upload and share photos of your special needs pets.
Do you want to show off your dog in his or her Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair like 4-year old Buddy pictured at right? Is there a great action shot of your handicapped pet enjoying life?
We would love to see your photos and share them with our customers, supporters and discussion forum members. And like Buddy, we may even post your photo on our home page!
Integrative Health Pet Expo - September 10-11, 2009 - Sponsored by HandicappedPets.com
If you are interested in learning about more natural ways to care for your companion animals, join us for the Integrative Health Pet Expo in Fitchburg, Massachusetts on September 10-11, 2009. HandicappedPets.com is proud to be a sponsor and also will be exhibiting at the event.
This is a unique opportunity for pet owners to explore integrative products and services and attend lectures given by leading veterinarians in integrative medicine. Keynote speakers Jean Dodds, DVM, Marty Goldstein, DVM and Judith Shoemaker, DVM are scheduled to present.
Tickets may be purchased for one or both days of the event. Group discounts are also available. To learn more about the event and to purchase tickets online, visit the IHPE website at www.ihpe.info
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