The Walkin’ Lift Combo Harness Rear provides heavy-duty lifting support for the back end of your dog while saving your back. This harness is fully compatible with Walkin’ Wheels and can be used instead of the leg rings that come with the wheelchair.
- Helps dogs with poor mobility or recovering from surgery or injury get in/out of a car, up/down stairs, outside to potty, or onto a bed.
- Fully compatible with Walkin’ Wheels wheelchair (sizes Medium and Large); attaches with a few easy clips.
- Durable fleece-lined material and leg rings for maximum comfort.
- Leg ring support allows dog to urinate or defecate with the harness on.
- May be worn for extended periods of time.
- Easy to wash, hang dry; comes in mesh bag.
- Walkin’ Lift Combo Harness Rear may be purchased together with the Front harness for maximum lifting support.
Read what Vet Tech Renee Mills has to say about the Walkin’ Lift Combo Harness here and here.
Harnesses are often helpful if a pet has Degenerative Myelopathy; read this blog post for more information on DM.
How to Choose the Right Size
|Size||Girth of Abdomen (A)|
|Small||21 – 24″|
|Medium||24 – 27″|
|Large||27 – 30″|
Assembly & Usage Instructions
Place rear harness on the ground with blue side facing down and D-Rings facing the front of the dog.
Hold the side panels and pull up harness like a pair of pants.
Fold over dog’s back and touch-fasten together.
Buckle and adjust so that harness is snug to the dog.
Adjust leg rings for comfort.
Here’s how to connect the Walkin’ Lift Combo Harness Rear to a Walkin’ Wheels dog wheelchair (Rear or Full Support/4-Wheel):
Pull harness clips up and over wheelchair frame on each side of black knuckle, and push up to clip into place.
Customer Photos & Videos
Walkin’ Lift Combo Harness pet photos, sent in by happy customers!
Watch these videos of pets enjoying their Walkin’ Lift Combo Harness!
German Shepherd Can Just Clip & Go!
We just got Gabbi the Walkin’ Lift Combo Harness. Now she can just “Clip & Go!” It’s easier to attach to her chair. I love this harness! It’s so much easier to carry her around when she’s not in her chair, and it gives her extra support as well.