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In this issuue:
The Successful Rescue of a Dog Named Ed • Pet Care Professionals Make Headlines Reselling Walkin' Wheels • Do you have a dog that loves to ride in the car with you? • Walkin' Wheels Inventor Presents at Auburn University • Dogs in Carts Run, Play, Ski and Swim • Keep Pets Dry with SleePee® Time Bed • Social Networking • Change of Address
The Successful Rescue of a Dog Named Ed - Special Efforts for Special Needs
While HandicappedPets.com is not a rescue organization, we do strive to do our part to assist those who are seeking placement for special needs pets. One of our most valuable resources for connecting and supporting the caretakers of elderly, disabled or injured pets is the Handicapped Pets Help and Advice Forum. The forum frequently has postings regarding pets with special needs who are urgently looking for a new home.
Ed was one of the recent urgent cases. He was abandoned at a veterinarian's office because he could no longer walk. His discussion spans over the course of 60 postings on our forum. In the end, dedicated volunteers rallied support from individual rescuers and organizations such as Pilots 'n Paws and Healing Heart Sanctuary to make sure Ed got a second chance at life.
Ed even has his own video about his rescue adventure that took him from Nebraska to Utah! Our sincere thanks to everyone involved in making sure Ed got back on his feet!
Pet Care Professionals Make Headlines Reselling Walkin' Wheels
Are you interested in being a reseller of the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair to your clients or customers?
As providers of pet products, services and knowledge, you can benefit by offering the industry's first fully adjustable dog wheelchair directly to your customers. The Walkin' Wheels is truly transforming mobility for handicapped pets! The Walkin' Wheels is the only dog wheelchair that is designed to be resold by pet care professionals. Consider joining us in our dealer program which is ideal for veterinarians, canine rehabilitation centers, pet product websites and others.
One of our newest resellers is A Loyal Companion located in Tucson, Arizona. Kate Titus, owner of A Loyal Companion, has recently assisted her client Mr. Peabody, and now he is making headlines with his Walkin' Wheels!
Do you have a canine that loves to ride in the car with you?
Does he or she have a tendency to wander or roam from the front seat to the back seat? Keep your canine secure with a Pet Safety Belt available online from www.PetSafetyBelt.com
Stylish, comfortable harness easily attaches to your car's existing seat belt system. Available in four sizes - small, medium, large and extra large. Only $34.95 includes free shipping within the continental United States.
To learn more about the importance of canine car safety, click here.
Watch Dogs in Carts Play, Hike, Ski and Swim
We have compiled photos and videos from dozens of our Walkin' Wheels customers into one fun and exciting video.
Click here to watch as happy, healthy dogs play, hike, ski and swim in their Walkin' Wheels for Handicapped Pets!
Walkin' Wheels Inventor Presents at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
Mark C. Robinson, President of HandicappedPets.com and inventor of the Walkin’ Wheels for Handicapped Pets, recently visited with faculty, staff and students at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.
The Walkin' Wheels for Handicapped Pets is the ideal cart for canine rehabilitative use because it is completely adjustable for a perfect fit, and it can accommodate a range of mobility from temporary or partial use of rear legs to complete paralysis.
To read more about the recent visit, click here.
Keep Pets Dry with the SleePee® Time Bed
The SleePee Time Bed® is a unique new product specifically designed to help older dogs and those suffering from urinary incontinence to get a good night's sleep.
The bed, with its innovative patented construction, cuddles the dog, while urine flows down to a sturdy tray underneath. Both your dog's skin and your carpet stay drier, making for an all-around happier household!
To learn more, click here.
Become our Fan on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter
See our mobility successes as they happen and share your own photos, videos and links by becoming our Fan on Facebook where thousands of caretakers and supporters of handicapped pets meet!
You can also follow us on Twitter where Mark C. Robinson, President of HandicappedPets.com and inventor of the Walkin' Wheels, shares interesting and fun information about caring for pets with special needs.