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Walkin’ Wheels MEDIUM Front Wheel Attachment

The Walkin’ Wheels® Medium Front Wheel Attachment converts your Walkin’ Wheels Rear wheelchair into a Full Support/4-Wheel (Quad) wheelchair for pets with front and rear limb weakness.
  

 MEDIUM FRONT WHEEL ATTACHMENT KEY FEATURES

Only one measurement required.
Fully adjustable with simple push buttons; fits pets weighing 26-69 pounds.
Dogs can still “do their business” in the wheelchair.
Comfortable front support leg rings included.
Available in Pink or Blue or Camo
Great customer service for any follow up or questions. Contact Us
 
 

Overview

See pets using the Walkin’ Wheels Full Support/4-Wheel wheelchair!

  

Sizing

First, measure the struts on your Walkin’ Wheels Rear wheelchair. Second, measure the wheel size. These measurements will determine what size Front Wheel Attachment you need.

 

How to Measure Struts

The strut of the Walkin’ Wheels Rear wheelchair is attached to the wheel. Take a tape measure and measure the Walkin’ Wheels strut from end to end.

 

How to Measure Wheels

Measure the diameter of the Walkin’ Wheels rear wheel.

 

What Wheel will I Receive?

If your pet’s Fold of Flank measurement is between 7 and 11.9 inches you will receive a 4″ wheel.
If your pet’s Fold of Flank measurement is between 12 and 28 inches you will receive a 6″ wheel.
 
Strut Wheel
6″ 4″
6″ 8″
9″ 8″
9″ 12″
12″ 8″
12″ 12″
12″ 16″
15″ 16″



 

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

  

  

Gracie Back on her paws

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Terri F. (Wakefield, GB)
new lease of life

My 12-year old (nearly 13!) border collie has epilepsy and due to the medication he's been on for 11 years, his back legs no longer have enough muscle mass to keep him walking--and his front legs can't carry his weight on their own, so he was at a total loss, until we discovered petsownus and the options they provide.

now he's running round the garden, something he hasn't done in so long, and is so happy. the change in his mood has been nothing short of heartwarming, and i still cry a little when i see him trotting around by himself. it has done wonders for him, and i couldn't be happier!