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Walkin’ Wheels SMALL 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 two measurements required
Fully adjustable in height, length, and width.
Fits pets weighing from 11 to 25 pounds (weight determines correct wheelchair frame size).
Wheelchair Frame made of durable, lightweight extruded aluminum.
Easy to resell because it can be adjusted and used on other dogs.
All wheelchair parts are washable.
Available in Pink or Blue or Camo
Fits small breeds: Miniature Poodle, Dachshund, Pekingese, Maltese, Bichon Frise, Jack Russell Terrier, Miniature Schnauzer, King Charles Cavalier Spaniel, Pug, French Bulldog, Shih Tzu, Boston Terrier, Wire Fox Terrier, Miniature Pinscher, Chihuahua, and more.
Great customer service for any follow up or questions. Contact Us
 
 

Overview

Watch pets using SMALL Walkin’ Wheels!

 

Size Measurement

Measure the Rear Leg Height to the toe pad, ideally when your pet is lying down. Do not pull the leg straight; leave some natural bend.
2. Measure your pet’s length or armpit to rump (ATR).

Rear leg Height Weight Pet Length (ATR)
3-6″ 11-17 lbs 7-15″
7-8″ 11-17 lbs 7-15″
9-13″ 11-17 lbs 7-15″
6-8″ 18-25 lbs 7-15″
9-11″ 18-25 lbs 7-15″
12-15″ 18-25 lbs 7-15″

 

 

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

  

 

 

  

Happy Goose in his Walkin Wheels

Louis Cooling Off 

 

Customer Reviews

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Claire (Doncaster, GB)
Absolutely fantastic!

My Little Shih Tzu Lacey has spinal problems which resulted in surgery a few years ago as she lost the use of her back legs. The surgery helped her walk again but she has been left with some weakness which is now getting worse with age. She has not been able to go for walks anymore so i bought these wheels to hopefully give her some freedom back. She is a very timid little girl but she took to these wheels straight away, it was amazing She now really enjoys her walks and is so fast on the wheels it makes us all laugh, its lovely to see her enjoying life again.

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ashley a.o.G. (Bournemouth, GB)
New chapter!

Honestly couldn’t recommend enough! Even though it’s an investment it’s honestly the best decision I’ve made in a long time!
My best friend is very unstable on his legs and has lost a lot of muscle on his back legs. He wasn’t enjoying his walks lately as he kept falling and was scared. And the vets said unfortunately it will get worse so I decided to take the plunge after following many happy wheeling pugs on Instagram. It’s only the second outing with him in it and let me tell you his tail was
Wagging the whole time and had so much more confidence when he got the hang of it! I’m so proud of him and I hope this enables us to enjoy many more years and happy adventures together! Honestly do it you won’t regret it. So easy to use and super light . Perfect !

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Francesca M. (Welling, GB)
Amazing product

My Boston Terrier has got nerve issues in his back and is struggling with long walks.
He is taking a bit to adjust to his new ways of walking but I'm excited to see his fitness getting back up and taking him for longer walks as he loves going for a walk! Thank you

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Jacques
Totally Enjoys the Ability to Walk Again

We adopted Sophia in 2009 after she was kept in a cage for 2 years for breeding. In 2015, she started having trouble using her back legs when walking. Acupuncture helped for 1 year, and then her rear leg mobility totally stopped. Sophia has been using a Walkin’ Wheels wheelchair since then, and totally enjoys the ability to walk again!

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Murphthemutt
Slow, But Still Going!

Jack is 15 years old, and has been having some trouble with his back legs for quite a while. He is not in pain, just weak and unsteady. Typically, he will take a very slow, wobbly walk to the street corner that often ends with us carrying him back inside. Today was our first time testing out his new Walkin’ Wheels wheelchair! He hasn’t sprinted yet, but we did slowly and successfully make it around the block on his new wheels. Hoping to keep him happy and healthy as long as possible!

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Wanda S.
Always Happy and On the Go!

When I got Porschia, she was so withdrawn, no happy face and always sad. After two months, she was totally unable to use her back legs. After getting her Walkin’ Wheels wheelchair and working with her, she is just an amazing little dog, always happy and on the go! She is a star in my eyes. She is also a poster child for a Volunteer Agency in our county. Snippet Citrus is all about spay and neuter. Her picture is posted for fundraising for the nonprofit we volunteer for!