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Rot Wheels the doggy wheelchair

Salinka was your typical 13 year old Siberian husky. Six years of 4H training had mellowed her into a dignified senior. Yet, on some days that grace and dignity was replaced by a mischievous gleam in her light blue eyes and she would gallivant like a puppy chasing tennis balls and giving our local rabbits some exercise. Salinka appeared to be a husky that would surpass the typical life expectancy of 14 years. Then trouble happened. During the 4th of July, 2008, a large firecracker went off near our house scaring Salinka. In her sudden flight to get away from the noise, she stepped into a small hole and wrenched her left rear knee. Seeing her suddenly limping had me worried. Being a vet tech for six years my mind began running through all of the possible injuries that could have happened; the top two that came to mind were either her hip or knee had been injured. I took her to my vet the following day and the vet confirmed that her knee was blown out. I was faced with a dilemma. Salkina was an old husky and the ACL surgery that a specialist could perform would put her in harms way of dying under anesthesia. The cost of the surgery would be over 00. Surgery was out of the question. The other option the vet offered was to keep her crated, not allow her access to the stairs, and drug her to minimize the pain. I was not happy with that option either. Fortunately for me, the Pet Mobility Rehab Center had just hired me to help build wheelchairs for disabled pets. Honestly, I

Best Friend Mobility Dog Wheelchair, X-Small

Best Friend Mobility Dog Wheelchair, X-Small

  • Lightweight adjustable aluminum frame (non-rust)
  • Non-rust stainless hardware – very simple and quick assembly
  • Allows pet to use the bathroom while in cart
  • All terrain polyurethane wheels with sealed bearings
  • Ideal for dogs with hip dysplasia, arthritis & any other condition that results in rear leg pain or weakness

Best Friend Mobility Dog WheelchairBest Friend Mobility world class dog wheelchairs are the best quality and most affordable on the market today. With our Dog Wheelchairs, your best friend can run and play again. He or she can live a full, rich, happy life of play and exercise. If you are caring for a best friend who has mobility issues and needs a dog wheelchair for any reason, we can provide you with pet mobility solutions that fit your pet and your budget. Best Friend Mobility wheelchairs off

Price: $ 167.00

Dog Wheelchair – Med/Large – Made By Walkin’ Wheels

  • Off-The-Shelf: Available for overnight delivery
  • Easy to Order: Requires only one approximate measurement to help determine the right size wheels
  • Easy to use: Dog can be put in, and taken out of the wheelchair without lifting
  • Serviceable: All parts and components can be easily replaced.
  • No tools needed for adjustment, and folds flat

Dog wheelchair for elderly, disabled, paralyzed or injured dogs. Walkin’ Wheels dog carts are fully adjustable for a perfect fit, ships same day, fits different sizes of dogs.

This wheelchair is for dogs with a Fold of the Flank measurements between 17″-20″. The wheelchair comes with a 12″ strut on a 12″ wheel.

How to measure the Fold of the Flank of your dog.

To measure the height of a dog for our Walkin Wheels, measure from the ground to the “Fold of the Flank” as shown here. The Fold o

List Price: $ 439.00

Price: $ 439.00

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B-boy’s new ride… cute dog in wheelchair

B-boy is the proud new owner/operator of a custom built dog wheelchair made by Uber-cartz on Vancouver Island by Sean Balmer. It has dual suspension with oil filled shocks, air tires and sealed bearings. It is the best dog cart in the world made for the most adventurous dogs. For more info make contact via this profile. Thanks for checkin out this little dude dig!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

K-9 Cart Dog Wheelchair Videos

Here are a few dogs that we took video of when they came to Oxford, MD for a K-9 Cart wheelchair. For more info, come visit us at: www.k-9cart.com

This is how strong pvc can be. I inserted 3/4 wooden dowel inside the pvc and i am sure it would easily hold any size dog. I recently purchased some 3/4 pvc rod to build a fully adjustable cart with and will post videos of it when its done. This quad cart was way overkill in strength for the dog it was for but I wanted to make sure it was strong. I just do this for my personal enjoyment and dont charge a dime so if you cant afford a chair and have to build one yourself you are more than welcome to message me and I will help however I can with what I have learned.
Video Rating: 3 / 5

This is a video comparison, with commentary explaining important differences between Eddie’s Wheels and Walkin’ Wheels dog wheelchairs.

Trix was a corgi lucky enough to find a used dog wheelchair from a neighbor. She came to us seeking a new K-9 Cart dog wheelchair, but we found with one minor adjustment that she did not need a new one. Trix is back to playing ball. K-9 cart dog wheelchairs are fully adjustable in height, length, and width. And Corgis with degenerative myelopathy and disc disease are the third most popular breed we fit in dog wheelchairs. So a used dog wheelchair by K-9 Cart is hard to find.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Dog Wheelchair, Large (60-100 lbs)

Dog Wheelchair, Large (60-100 lbs)

  • Lightweight adjustable aluminum frame (non-rust)
  • Non-rust galvanized hardware (only 2 bolts required)
  • Deluxe neoprene front and rear harness for complete comfort
  • Designed and tested by K9 Orthopaedic surgeon
  • Easy to adjust height and length with hex wrench

This cart is made to fit any dog from 60-100lbs The widest width of cart (with wheels) is 21″. Cart measurements are length 29″-32.25″ (adjustable), width (ID) 10.5″, height 17.5″ without wheels and 21.5″ with wheels. This cart will adjust in height about +/-5″ tall, and about 3″ in length. It will not adjust in width or saddle (width measurement from top, or thigh measurement). It has 14″ all-terrain wheels, padded shoulder support, Triple thronged neoprene adjustable shoulder harness, and doub

Price: $ 257.00

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Question by S J: How do senior Siberian Huskies take to a dog wheelchair or cart?
I have a 13 year old female Siberian Husky with severe degenerative arthritis. We believe she may also have some nerve damage that is causing muscle wasting in her shoulders and legs despite daily walks and massage. My question is this: how well do senior Huskies take to carts (“dog wheelchairs”)? She is very weak in her back end, especially at the end of the day, and I’m hoping that a little extra support will help her take longer walks without as much energy expenditure. She is pretty patient about us “helping” her into the car and up stairs. She can still walk on her own, she’s just a little shaky sometimes. Our vet says she will not improve – she is on Welactin and Cosequin to keep her joints healthy, and Deramaxx to keep her out of pain. I would like to keep her mobile as long as possible. Has anyone had experience with Huskies and carts?
She is still very active, alert, and happy. She eats well and loves her walks – they are her favorite thing to do. She does have a big yard, but it’s not as much fun. The vet says the walks are good for her, as they will help keep her stronger longer. I just worry that she will exhaust herself on the walks, and make the weakness worse in her back legs. I thought a cart might help support her weight so she could enjoy the walks even more.

Best answer:

Answer by gtrgirl96
not well it makes them to week and they need to stay on them to make them strong but if she is in that bad of condition then u need to get him one or HUMANELY uthinize him but only uthinize him as a last last last resort not if u can get a cart only uthinize him if he is suffering and not a moment before because it is wrong to kill animals and i am against it until they are suffering and u dont want them to suffer

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