Welcome to Handicapped Pets Canada

Handicapped Pets Canada is your Canadian Pet Mobility Specialist. We provide devices like Wheelchairs, Splints, Lifting aids, and more for aged and special needs pets to help you help them!  Pets all over the world are benefitting from the use of these progressive aids.

 

Valid March 1st – March 31st

 Come and join us!

 

50% OFF
ECOgear Dog Backpacks! Check them out to learn more!
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10% OFF  
GingerLead Support Harness! The GingerLead is a lifesaver!
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50% OFF
ECOgear Rain Jackets  – Stay dry and green for spring! 
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Get your pet Walkin’ again!

Our online store Contact us  Our inspirational blog See pets walkin’ again!
Is your loved one struggling? 
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We help with mobility issues, weakened limbs, incontinence, limb and paw dragging, joint issues, or other physical set backs.

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 Your pet deserves to be a star!
Send us an email
with photos or videos of your pet
enjoying their Walkin’ Wheels and
include a short story. Your pet will be featured in our blog!

Latest Blog Posts:

Wellness Wednesdays – Degenerative Myelopathy

Wellness Wednesdays - Degenerative Myelopathy
We decided to do something a little bit different for Wellness Wednesdays this week (with a quick pet photo at the end, because we can’t resist sharing the cuties!). We get a great deal of inquiries from customers regarding whether or not our wheelchairs are suitable for their dog experiencing various stages of Degenerative Myelopathy. For ...

Featured Pet – Kelly

Featured Pet - Kelly
Say hello to Kelly! Kelly is a rescue dog and she currently has an amazing foster mom. “It’s working out great!” She said. “We have finally been able to get out in it as the first couple of days we had it, it was so icy here that I could barely walk outside!  So now ...

Featured Pet! Louix Von Drumstix

Featured Pet! Louix Von Drumstix
   One of our newest friends, Louix Von Drumstix, just received his hock splint and hock wrap in the mail. His mom actually works in the industry of making braces for humans! This little guy was having some issues with his hock joints. They didn’t quite stay in place properly, causing his leg to be ...