When your dog has suffered a sprain or other relatively minor injury or illness that requires extra support or protection, consider the hock holder or wrist wrap available from HandicappedPets.com.
The hock holder pictured at left is ideal for providing extra support during the healing process or for maintaining mobility with degenerative conditions such as arthritis. The hock holder fits the natural curve of the joint and helps prevent hyperextension.
The wrist wrap provides light support and wound coverage for the dog's front limb. Both the hock holder and wrist wrap are available in a range of sizes.
One of the most frequently asked questions about the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair is, "How will my wheelchair dog be able to play with other dogs?" The answer is surprisingly simple. Dogs in wheelchairs can run and play just as well as any other dog.
It is not unusual for some dogs in their Walkin' Wheels to run as fast or even faster than their able bodied friends. Both Border Collie Scooter pictured at the top left and Doberman Pinscher Calypso in the pink wheels demonstrate that dogs in wheelchairs can live happy, healthy and active lives.
To watch videos of Scooter and Calypso at play with other dogs, click here.
Available as a set of four
or purchase individual boots
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If you are in search of sturdy, lightweight and comfortable paw protection consider the Walkin' Wheels pet boots for your canine companion.
Available in a range of sizes to accommodate different breeds of dogs, the Walkin' Wheels pet boots are sold either as a package of four or individually. The boots are appropriate for all dogs, and they are also designed to be compatible with the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair.
To learn more and to place an order, click here. Be sure to enter the Paws20 coupon code at checkout to obtain the discount.
Only weeks after losing his front legs, Bear the two legged dog is walking on his own without a wheelchair!
Bear the Two Legged Dog without Wheels
Bear is one of the many thousands of pets who turned to HandicappedPets.com for products, services and support. He and his caretaker Sandie recently shared their remarkable story of recovery from a surgery to amputate Bear's front legs.
To learn more about Bear and other inspiring pets with special needs, join us on the handicapped pets help and advice forum where caretakers from around the world meet to exchange information and share their experiences in caring for elderly, disabled and injured pets.