All Terrain Dog Buggy Comparison- Best Dog Pram 2020 in the UK

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All Terrain Dog Buggy Comparison- Best Dog Pram 2020 in the UK
All Terrain Dog Strollers & Buggies have one key feature in common. They all have a 3 wheel system design and most have wheel suspension. Most have a light weight aluminium frame making them easy to steer and sturdy enough for a smooth & comfortable ride for your fur baby. However that does not necessarily mean it is an off road dog buggy. There are so many models and makes to choose from. Really depending on what is important to you as well as what terrain you and your pooch will be exploring the comparison below may assist in making the practical choice.



Why Innopet?

Innopet celebrated 20 years as leading pet travel experts in 2016. Their range of dog pram comfort strollers are designed for pet parents convenience and your pooches ultimate comfort. They have nailed down the fine balance of buggy weight vs dog size and terrain capabilities without compromising quality. They are exceptionally easy to assemble, store and handle with their one handed folding system.

 The All Terrain Urban Dog Stroller Range

The All Terrain range is a series of 3 models. The original is a popular and affordable choice, following it's great success Innopet added 2 variations called The First Class and The Allure.  All 3 are suited to urban strolling, managing curbs with ease or to be used while jogging with your pooch. They are ideal for negotiating grass, gravel or dirt paths while walking your dogs or at a dog show. The price jump between the Original and the other two is due to the aluminium wheels and a strong frame that remains rust free (great if you live or adventure with your stroller along the coast). They are light and compact, ideal for pet parents who are looking for convenience. Easy to manoeuvre, folds flat, simply pop it in your boot or store it away in the cupboard. The latest model the Allure dog stroller weighs a mere 7.1kg, making it ideal for easy transportation and handling. The Allure will comfortably accommodate dogs of up to 20Kg with front wheel shock absorption.
All 3 are suitable for small to medium dog breeds. They all feature a storage basket below the main cabin & cup holders. Unfortunately none of the below models have adjustable handles, they are fixed. 

Let's compare them

All Terrain Dog Stroller Features

 

Allure Dog Stroller Features

First Class Dog Stroller Features

The OFF Road Dog Stroller Range

These toughies are an ideal choice if you need a luxury robust dog stroller. They feature spacious cabins with roomy interiors, ample storage space and large wheels to negotiate trails. These are the dog strollers you can push on the beach, hiking trails or rough uneven terrain. They would be suitable for large dogs or 2 small dogs.

The EFA and AIR buggy comfort are very similar, the main difference being the tyres. The Sporty Dog Stroller doubles up as a dog bike trailer for cyclists with a dog weight capacity of 30kg. The Adventure dog stroller is one of Innopet's new models, designed for the outdoors with all the bells and whistles. The Hercules Heavy Duty is brand new on the market. It is an X-Large dog stroller with all the luxury features. If you are not sure that your dog will fit comfortably inside the cabin, measure their spine from the base of the neck to the base of the tail and compare that to the length of the cabin (dimensions below). If they are well within the limits or at least 3 cm less, they should be perfectly happy.

Hercules Heavy Duty Dog Stroller

Sporty Dog Stroller

Adventure Dog Stroller

EFA Comfort Dog Buggy

Air Comfort Dog Buggy

View an editors choice comparison of the best dog strollers based on your breed and the carriage size. 
We know it can be difficult to make choice without actually physically seeing the buggy so here are some video clips of the All Terrain dog strollers in action.

Hercules Heavy Duty 

  

The Sporty Dog Stroller



The EFA Dog Buggy Comfort



The Air Dog Buggy Comfort


We hope this was helpful, any questions just leave a comment below. In some situations it is can be painful acknowledging a dog stroller is necessary when your dog falls ill or can no longer keep up. Dog strollers are guilt free fabulous tools for pet parents and happy dogs.

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  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Susan,

    Thank you for your comment. Yes, exactly the front bar of the Air Buggy Comfort folds down. This allows your pooch to lie down, perhaps resting on their front paws to enjoy the view.

    Please let us know if you have any further questions.

  • Susan Butcher
    Susan Butcher

    Hi Andrea,we have had the Hercules buggy for a year now and it has been fantastic.we now need a smaller one just for the Jack Russell.she weighs 10 kgs.she likes to lay down in the buggy.you state that the front bar drops down on the air buggy comfort.would this allow her to lie down in the buggy whilst still being able to see out of it.thank you

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    H Kerry,

    Thank you for your inquiry. Estimated delivery to Ireland is between 3-5 working days.

    Please let us know if you have any further questions.

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Barbara & Chris,

    Thank you for your comment. Your Pekingese and Sheltie sound adorable! We do have a few 2 dog stroller models. A fantastic option as you can all continue to enjoy your country nature and beach walks without being concerned for your dogs discomfort. Considering their size, I would recommend the Sporty Dog Stroller which is compact and extremely robust, The Hercules Heavy Duty which might be a little too large but does have the potential for all three in the future, alternatively the Adventure which would comfortably accommodate 2 dogs of their size and has some lovely luxury features as well as being robust and an all terrain dog stroller.

    Please let us know if you have any further questions.

  • Kerry
    Kerry

    Hi I’m looking to order a new buggy for my almost 15year old corgi cross.
    The estimated delivery time is only for England . If I was to order it to Ireland what would the timing for delivery be?
    Thanks
    Kerry

  • Barbara & Chris Statham
    Barbara & Chris Statham

    We love your product, but we would appreciate your advice / recommendation. We have three rescue dogs from Romania. Two are Pekingese (mother and daughter aged 8yrs and 5yrs….weights ……7.6 kg and 6.7 kg) and one is a little mix (age 8 yrs probably the size of a small Shellie…Wt. 10.4 kg). We live by the beach and in the country, so terrain would be varied. You name it we walk it. However one of the Pekingese has difficulty walking any distance…..but we are aware that the Sheltie may also need transportation at some point. Two in one “buggy”? What would you suggest?

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Mrs White,

    Thank you for your comment. The Adventure or the Sporty dog strollers would be ideal for your English bull terrier. They both have a maximum loading weight of 30kg, so your pooch will be comfortable. The Sporty has a low to the ground back entrance. If your dog is struggling with jumping then certainly the Sporty would suit. Please let us know if you have any further questions.

  • Mrs white
    Mrs white

    Please can you suggest which one of your strollers would be idea for a English bull terrier weighing about 25-26 kg. For bumpy wooded area terrian

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Susie,

    Thank you for your comment. Considering the terrain – beach, muddy fields and gravel tracks, I would suggest either The Adventure, EFA Buggy Comfort or AIR Buggy Comfort for your Cockapoo. Although all 3 models are designed for dogs up to 25KG. They are robust, sturdy & easy to maneuver on off road terrain. You can always add a blankie or pillow in the cabin to make it cosy. There is also ample storage for your pooch and your goodies.

  • Susie
    Susie

    I have a cockapoo weighing about 12.5kg. I’m thinking about buying a stroller for when he is tired on holidays or when on longer walks. Terrain would most likely be gravel tracks, beach and countryside walks to include grass and muddy fields. Your suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Judith,

    Thank you for your message. From the terrain you have described – parks, reservoir and river banks I would suggest either the EFA Buggy Comfort or the new Adventure Dog Buggy for Annie. They are both All terrain robust options with great features. Please let us know if we can assist further.

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Mr Bailey,

    Thank you for your comment, great to hear your Rottie is enjoying his Hercules dog stroller. Love the idea of battery powered wheels! We will pass it on to the manufacturer.

  • P bailey
    P bailey

    Purchased Hercules heavy duty dog buggie just over a week or so ago pricey but a great bit of kit doing excactly what is expected . My rottie is delighted when riding along in it .perfect over rough terrain or smooth surfaces .only very slight quibble , pity not available with battery powered drive to wheels for inclines , petsownus excellent to deal with helpfull along with perfect delivery times thanks to all

  • Judith
    Judith

    Hi, apologies I am dithering between which buggy to choose, my little dog Annie can not do distance and recently retired I go out walking around parks, reservoir, pathed (not just grassy) river banks etc and like to take her with me. She is about 11kg in weight – which of your buggies would you recommend for me please
    Many thanks
    JUDITH

  • miranda
    miranda

    Hi, what are the advantages of the fold down front bar on the comfort buggy with air tyres. Are there any disadvantages to not being able to fold it down? The video doesn’t make it clear what the differences between the two comfort buggies are.

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Brenda,

    Thank you for your message. Yes, we do have accessories for the Innopet Sporty. You can purchase a set of 16" wheels. Please email us at support@petsownus.co.uk for further details.

  • Brenda Leavey
    Brenda Leavey

    I have an Innopet Sporty with 16" wheels can I purchase a et of solid wheels for this please?

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Sue,

    Thank you for your inquiry.

    The Sporty does include a rain cover, for the Buggy Comfort you would need to buy the rain cover for an additional £15. The Sporty supports a combined dog weight of 30kg. If your Basset Hound is 26kg, I don’t think either the Sporty or the Buggy Comfort would be suitable as they are both too small for both of your dogs. However I would recommend looking at the Hercules which is larger in carriage dimensions and supports up to 50kg. The other brand I am aware of that has dog strollers for 30 + KG dogs or 2 dogs is Doggy Ride. Unfortunately we do not offer payment plans on our dog strollers. Please feel free to get in touch on email if we can assist further – support@petsownus.co.uk

  • Sue Butcher
    Sue Butcher

    Hi,at the moment I used a pet gear dog buggy,but it is getting old and I need to replace it.Usually it’s just the jack russell but now the Basset hound,weight 26 it needs to use it.I was wondering about the sporty stroller as it looks larger than the other 2 but does it come with or can I get a rain cover for it?Also does the cover zip down for the dog to sit or lie and be able to see out?Are the tyres solid as the one we have now are.I don’t want inflatable tyres as I go over a lot of rough ground.Can you tell me which would suit my needs best.The comfort buggy is similar to the one I use now but yours has the bar in front.Does the front of the cover roll down or is it the square piece in front that opens up.Again can I purchase a rain cover for it.Lastly do you do a payment plan as the sporty one is a little expensive to pay in one go.Thank you for your help.Regards Sue Butcher

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Lynda,

    Thank you for your comment. Unfortunately the handle of the All Terrain is not adjustable. She could potentially unscrew and reset it to give her more range but that would not help if she is short. 97cm is the fixed and lowest height for the handle. Please let us know if we can be of any further assistance. Email us directly suppport@petsownus.co.uk

  • Lynda Christiensen
    Lynda Christiensen

    Hi, just bought the all terrain buggy for a friend, but she is leaning over to push it and we think the handle needs adjusting but she is not sure how to do it – she lives a long way away, can you please tell me how to do this? Thanks – she is quite short.

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Mrs Roberts,

    Thank you for reaching out. In fact the Buggy Comfort Air and Buggy Comfort EFA are very similar in terms of comfort and features. The main difference being the tyres 12"Air vs 12" EFA.

  • Mrs C Roberts
    Mrs C Roberts

    Can you tell me if the Air buggy is significantly more comfortable to ride in than the EFA?

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Alexandra,

    Thank you for your comment. Please email us at support@petsownus.co.uk. We can then send you payment plan options.

  • Alexandra Good
    Alexandra Good

    Hi I was wondering whether it is possible to pay in instalments
    Thanks as it is to expensive for me to buy at once

  • Andrea
    Andrea

    Hi Dawn,

    Thank you for your comment. Unfortunately we do not have a stand at Crufts. Please let us know if there are any specific questions we can assist you with.

  • Dawn
    Dawn

    Do you have a stand at Crufts? I love the look of your strollers but would like to see them before buying one. Thanks

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