Top Five Reasons Why Walkin’ Wheels is the Best Dog Wheelchair

By nakedbarra | December 11, 2014

Having trouble deciding which doggie wheelchair is the best for your best friend and companion? this video will help make that decision easier.

5 thoughts on “Top Five Reasons Why Walkin’ Wheels is the Best Dog Wheelchair

  1. Reply Marlene Julien Mar 17,2015 3:18 pm

    My little dog is almost 5 pounds. She loses her balance every two steps. I am thinking to get her the walking wheels. Dos your smallest size adjust to her size? Thank you for your prompt attention to this request.
    Marlene Julien

    • Reply nakedbarra Apr 7,2015 10:51 am

      Hi Julien the walkin wheels mini is normally for dogs 8lbs and up but we have had a few at 5 lbs able to fit and use it, please give ma a call to dicuss her situation. 778-808-7421

  2. Reply Linda Hamm Aug 20,2015 1:02 pm

    Hi there,
    I have a 3 year old lab/king sheppard that has torn both his ligaments in his knees and the surgery will cost at least $6000.00. Unfortunately I am not in a position finically to do it. So I am looking at other options. He can still walk fine but can no longer go for hikes or long walks with our other dogs so I was hoping that a wheelchair might work for him and he can once again join us on those long walks he loves so much. My concern is that his legs still move fine but I am not sure how his legs would be in the cart. Would they still be able to move but not touch the ground? Should they be strapped in? Could you give me a little more detail on how it works, or if it would work for a dog like him. I would be interested in a used one if possible. Thanks so much for your help!!!
    Thanks, Linda Maple Ridge BC

    • Reply nakedbarra Aug 20,2015 2:19 pm

      Hi Linda, if he still has use of his legs then he would still use them in the wheel chair. They would not be suspended off the ground, he would be in a natural standing position, the chair is there to support him if he needs it. Please give me a call and I can go over everything with you in detail! Our number here is 778-809-7421.

    • Reply Chris Sep 28,2015 10:29 am

      Linda, my name is Chris, I have exactly the same issue with my 85 lb. dog who is 6 years old. I was thinking of buying one of these for the same reasons as you expressed and was wondering if you got one and if it’s working for you?
      thanks so much

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