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Do you need dog mobility support for your best friend? If your dog has trouble getting up from lying down, or has difficulty getting up or down stairs, a harness can help. The same harness can be used to help your dog transition to getting in or out of a wheelchair, if more support is needed.
Where Does Your Dog Need Help?
Having a dog with mobility challenges can also be challenging on the pet caretaker’s back! Fortunately, there is a harness that can help your dog, no matter where it needs support. This harness can help support the front end, back end, or both. And if your dog needs the extra support of a Walkin’ Wheels dog wheelchair at any point, the harness can help the dog transition to it with ease.
Dog Mobility Support Options
You can purchase the Walkin’ Lift Combo front and back harnesses separately or together. That way, you can buy only what you really need. You can add the front or back when and if necessary. If your dog eventually needs a wheelchair, the Walkin’ Wheels is fully compatible with this harness system, and is an upgraded method of attaching the dog to the wheelchair.
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