Frame: Black powder coated with an anthracite wicker weave.
Cushion: Stonewashed canvas black.
Available in three sizes: Small, Medium and Large.
Size (cm) S: 58x43x26 | M: 74x54x32 | L: 91x68x37
Very pleased with this stroller , my dog is recovering from spinal surgery and this has been so useful for getting her out . Very smooth ride over pavements , I haven’t tried it out on any other surfaces
Great pram for our oldest dog who is blind - only problem the other 2 always want to jump in with her - folds up very easily and small when stored
Very good, 14yr old spaniel loves it.
Correcting a small mistake in my previous review:
We wanted a dog stroller for my 12 year old 34 kg Doberman cross: her back legs were getting weaker and we did not want her to miss out on her walks! We wanted something that would last for many hundreds of walks and not start falling apart after a couple of weeks. After a few months of almost daily use this stroller has not disappointed, it is very robust and well made, and I seriously doubt any of the alternatives are sufficient for dogs of this size or larger as a long term solution.
As others have said, it is also very maneuverable and it does fold down well to fit into our car boot (BMW 3 series estate) , and fairly quickly too. It also works pretty well over fairly rough terrain (woodland paths, fields that are not too muddy) so it is not just for tarmac.
There are a few minor negatives that I will mention before going on to describe further how this buggy has been such a god send for us. The first negative is one of the spring pins that holds the handlebars in place broke within a week- the spring popped out so it no longer stayed in place. We probably could have asked for a replacement, but thought they would keep breaking and needing to be replaced. So we replaced it with an M6 nut and bolt of the kind used to keep lawnmower handles in place, which works very well and will not break. You can get these things on amazon market place and probably DIY stores too. Hopefully this is a handy solution for others too. The description given here says there are 3 handle heights, whereas the manufacturer says 2. In fact neither is really right- there ARE two positions- one is folded up and one is for pushing the buggy, so there is only really one usable handle height, but this should be fine for everyone. The pocket at the back should have more Velcro on it to stop things falling out when one opens the back of the buggy, and we find the rain cover to be of little practical use. So there are a few minor design flaws but these are not really a big deal.
As for how the buggy has worked for us: we bought it alongside a Walkin' Wheels wheelchair. Our doggy does most of the walk sitting in the buggy, with shorter sections walking in her wheelchair. The wheelchair sections are getting longer and more frequent as she regains strength in her legs. Because we have the buggy with us, she can get in as soon as she gets tired so she does not injure herself and undo all the hard work! To carry the wheelchair during the walks, we mount it upside down on top of the buggy, and use two Velcro straps to attach the back crossbar to the handle of the buggy, which is a perfect way to combine the two bits of equipment. Because our doggy's legs are getting stronger she is also able to walk much more unaided (e.g. in the garden and around the house). I can therefore recommend this rehabilitation approach for others in the same situation!
Even if the rehabilitation had not worked, the buggy itself would have been a great solution. Our doggy loves riding in it! She quickly figured out what the deal was and is quick to climb in the back with a helping hand (using a sling or just a little push under her thighs). She now gets all the joy of her walks without any of that pesky effort! She sits with the front open and her head sticking out of the front, taking in the sights and smells and saying hello to her human and doggy friends. I can imagine that most other dogs losing mobility would love it too.
So overall highly recommended and worth the money it costs.
Very fast delivery, well made and easy to use. We now have one very happy little old dog. Would highly recommend to everyone who has a struggling to walk pet. A++++