Wheels4Dogs

Walkin’ Wheels LARGE Dog Wheelchair, Rear

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 The Walkin Wheels Wheelchair is fully adjustable, durable and lightweight. Give your pooch or pet a new beginning. A perfectly fitted body extension to explore, get some exercise and be a part of all the action. Freedom, comfort and safety with Walkin' Wheels.

  

 Walkin' Wheel Wheelchair Key Features

Only one measurement required.
Fully adjustable in height, length, and width.
Fits dogs weighing from 70 to 180 pounds (weight determines correct wheelchair frame size).
Wheelchair Frame made of durable, lightweight extruded aluminum.
Dense foam wheels with rubber outer layer; will not puncture, easy to clean, all-terrain.
For very active dogs, optional air tyres (like mountain bike tyres) may be purchased, featuring a deeper tread and replaceable inner tube.
Easy to resell because it can be adjusted and used on other dogs.
All wheelchair parts are washable; folds flat for easy transport and storage.
Available in Pink or Blue or Camo
 Fits large breeds: Rottweiler, Pitbull, German Shepherd, Labrador Retriever, Boxer, Bloodhound, Doberman, Golden Retriever, Bernese Mountain Dog, Great Pyrenees, Mastiff, Greyhound, Newfoundland, St. Bernard, Great Dane, Irish Wolfhound, and more.
Great customer service for any follow up or questions. Contact Us
  
 

Watch dogs using LARGE Walkin’ Wheels!

Sizing

1. Measure the Rear Leg Height to the toe pad, ideally when your pet is laying down, as shown below. Do not pull the leg tight; leave some natural bend.

 

 

  

 

Watch How to Measure Your Pet’s Rear Leg Height Video!

 
 
 
 
 

Rubix's Journey

Rudi's Walk in The Park

Customer Reviews

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Carly T. (Rotherhithe, GB)
Well worth the money

I don’t think you can put a price on seeing your dog turn into a brand new dog after using these wheels. It has given him a whole new lease of life and every penny has been completely worth it. Easy set up too. I mean he’s tired in this picture from all of the running around but it’s the best thing I’ve ever brought for him.

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frog53 (Melksham, GB)
Excellent service

A very helpful company, we were kept informed of delivery times etc, and Polly’s new wheels have given her a new lease of life. Thank you very much

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Diane H. (Mansfield, GB)
Ruby’s wheels

I’m so glad I got Ruby her wheels... she as DM they have gave her a new lease of life... the adjustments to make it fit are very easy to do... after that a few clips and she’s rareing to go.

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Tyler
Won’t Let His Disability Stop Him

Gunner is such a special boy. He became paralyzed from jumping over logs and landing wrong. He does not let his disability stop him though! He is also my service dog! He is so special to everyone he meets. He loves his Walkin’ Wheels!!

–@Indythesuperdog6/7/19
Indy the Super Dog is not Shy!

Indy is a rescued Pointer mix from Maui, Hawaii. Diagnosed with Neospora Caninum in May, after months of progressive mystery paralysis. Indy is currently training hard to recover his hind leg mobility. He has already received tons of love and support from the community and his friends in Maui, but he needs your continued support to aid his recovery. He’s not shy to wear pink or wear healing crystals. Lets get Indy walking!

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A P.
Wheels Help This Queen Run Again

Lilo has degenerative myelopathy, and has been showing signs for about 9 months, she just got her Walkin’ Wheels 3 days ago, and on day 3 is already running in them. She is so happy to be able to run free again. Lilo is still wheels-free at home, she is still going to the restroom on her own and can walk around fine. Her wheels give her the opportunity to exhaust herself the way she used to. The wheelchair also helps rebuild her muscle atrophy in her back legs.

Her condition will slowly get worse. I understand that there is a limit, and when that time comes, I will make that hard decision, but not now. I got a dog to give it it’s best life from start to finish, I won’t give up because things get hard. In my 10 years of having Lilo, she has very rarely missed her daily walks. She goes by the name of ‘Miss Queen Lilo’ at home, because she comes first (just as a child would), and that’s what I signed up for when I got Lilo. I spend a large amount of time by her side, caring for and loving her the way she deserves. This is also more work for me, but I love it, and for as long as I am happy doing it, and Lilo is in good spirit, it will remain that way.

Take a minute and think if your legs went funny and someone said ‘I am going to put you down,’ would you just give up and let them? Or would you fight and get yourself some shinny wheels and carry on with life doing the things you love?

Thank you to all that had loving, positive and supporting words.