Select the next Larger size and add the Custom-Fit Foam. Foam is also useful for providing extra padding to certain areas of the leg and filling in hollows to ensure adequate support. Learn More.
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Rear Dog Wheelchair
Full Support/4-Wheel Wheelchair
Front Wheel Attachment
It’s more than a pet wheelchair. It’s an improved quality of life.
IVDD, hip dysplasia, degenerative myelopathy, arthritis, amputation, or post-surgical recovery…
These are just some of the conditions that can make it difficult — even painful — for your pet to walk.
But our pets are members of the family — they love us unconditionally and shouldn’t have to suffer.
Our founder Mark C. Robinson knew there had to be a better way to provide our pets with happier and more fulfilling lives.
A way for them to conquer their immobility.
His idea? To develop a solution unlike any other — a light-weight, high-quality, and all-terrain pet wheelchair that allows aging and/or disabled dogs, cats, birds, and more to walk, run, play, and do their “business" like before.
The first Walkin’ Wheels® wheelchairs were released in 2001. But we never settle. Since then, we’ve continued to make improvements to that already successful initial design.
What you see on our site today is the latest, best version of our Walkin’ Wheels® pet wheelchairs. Continue below to learn more and shop.
Fits All Breeds
Trusted (and recommended) by veterinarians & pet rehabilitation specialists.
Walkin’ Wheels® is trusted by professionals throughout the pet care industry. See the video testimonial from Dr. Levine below:
"Cutter's cart has been amazing and a godsend. It has really improved her walking - even on her own!
I've spread the word about you guys to tons of people around here & in Boston!"
-Dr. Julie Zitz, DVM, DACVS, MA
"The adjustability. There are different harnesses & components that allow different levels of support.
Having the cart allows them to have a better quality of life - both physically & mentally"
-Dr. David Levine, PT,PHD, DPT, CCRP
Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely. In fact, we encourage your dog to use his/her rear legs to maintain muscle mass and to get exercise. However, if your dog's rear legs are paralyzed, using the stirrups will keep their legs from dragging.
This is a great question. Over the past 20 years, we've determined how to best get your dog acquainted with their wheelchair. Just click here.
We designed a wheelchair with the goal of allowing your pet to play, exercise, and do their business mess-free.
Our pet wheelchairs for sale are designed to be used both indoors and outside. If your paralyzed pet needs an indoor mobility solution that can be worn for extended periods of time, we recommend the Walkin' Scooter.
You want to see your dog playing and living a happy life again soon as possible. That's why we ship our rear support dog wheelchairs the same day you make your order if your order is placed by 12 PM Eastern Time (11 AM Central / 10 AM Mountain / 9 AM Pacific). Check out the map below to see how quickly you can receive your wheelchair (delivery is typically between 1-5 days, and overnight and international shipping are available).
Yes! You can order directly from us or contact one of our international dealers. Please visit our international dealers page by clicking here.
Ready to Shop?
Finding the perfect wheelchair for your pet is as simple as letting us know if you need a rear or full support/quad wheelchair, then telling us your pet’s weight.
If you have a Corgi, Dachshund, cat, or bird/duck, please click here instead >
Do You Need A Rear or Full Support/Quad Wheelchair?
Our rear wheelchairs are for pets with difficulty in one or both hind legs.
Our full support wheelchairs are for pets with difficulty in both the front and hind legs.
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How Much Does Your Pet Weigh?
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How Much Does Your Pet Weigh?
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