No longer an orphan, Annie the Goat is Back on Her Feet with Walkin' Wheels • Caring for Handicapped Cats • Watch Dogs in Carts Run, Play, Ski and Swim • Be Prepared for Hiking Safely with Your Canine Companions • Walkin' Wheels Now Available for Resale by Pet Care Professionals • Pugs are Posting on Our Help and Advice Forum • Social Networking
No Longer an Orphan, Annie the Goat is Back on Her Feet with Walkin' Wheels
The Walkin' Wheels for Handicapped Pets was designed to be the first fully adjustable wheelchair that can be easily changed in height, length and width to fit any size dog and to accommodate a range of mobility from partial or temporary to complete paralysis of the rear legs. Since the Walkin' Wheels was introduced to the pet industry in August 2008, it has already helped thousands of dogs regain their mobility and continue to lead happy, healthy, active lives. The Walkin' Wheels has also been used very successfully as a rehabilitative tool to assist many dogs in recovering from temporary loss of mobility.
Well, we are pleased to report that the Walkin' Wheels isn't just a dog wheelchair anymore. In addition to assisting a young deer named Rosie a few months ago, HandicappedPets.com has learned that young Annie, a nearly five month old goat, is also now using the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair. Annie's story was recently featured on the HandicappedPets.com blog, and we are continuing to follow her progress and hope that she will be fully rehabilitated and able to walk one day!
In fact, Annie has taken a few wobbly steps - another rehabilitation success thanks to Walkin' Wheels for Handicapped Pets - see Annie's first steps on her own.
Caring for Handicapped Cats
Many people often inquire about products, services and support for handicapped cats. So, we want to assure you that HandicappedPets.com is a resource for all types of special needs pets, including cats.
From custom wheelchairs that are designed to fit cats to incontinence products such as diapers and stay dry beds to a very supportive network of caretakers on our discussion forum, we have everything you need to care for handicapped cats!
And if you have a story and photo of your handicapped cat that you would like to share in an upcoming newsletter or on our social networks, please e-mail the details to [email protected]
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!
Be Prepared for Hiking Safely with your Canine Companions
Hiking is great exercise for you and your dog.
As you take to the trails this spring and summer, be sure that you are prepared for the journey and can handle any emergencies that may arise.
If your canine companion suffered a leg injury and could not continue on the hike, would you be prepared to transport him or her to safety?
With the HandicappedPets.com pet stretcher you can rest assured that you will be ready to respond.
Other hiking friendly products available at HandicappedPets.com include a wide variety of protective pet boots.
Walkin' Wheels Now Available for Resale by Pet Care Professionals
Are you interested in learning how to become 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.
Pugs are Posting on Our Help and Advice Forum
When you want to be able to connect with other caretakers of elderly, disabled or injured pets, and you are searching for someone who may have information to share about a particular breed, be sure to visit the HandicappedPets.com help and advice forum. In addition to a wide range of topic areas for all types and breeds of dogs, cats and other pets, there are occasions when particular breeds are discussed at length.
Recently, a number of owners of special needs pugs gathered on the paralysis topic area of the forum to discuss their experiences and to exchange photos and stories.
If you have knowledge to share or are seeking advice about conditions that are often prevalent in particular breeds, please join us.
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.
Do you have a photo of your pet using the Walkin' Wheels or another of our other products? Post the photo on our fan page or e-mail it to [email protected], and we may select your pet to be featured as our weekly profile pic!
Stay tuned to our Twitter and Facebook profiles in the coming weeks for the chance to win a free Walkin' Wheels for Handicapped Pets. You may use the Walkin' Wheels for your own dog, or you may designate that it be donated for use by a local animal rescue or sanctuary.
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