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The majority of people in the market for dog wheelchairs are buying for dogs with injured or amputated rear legs. If this is your situation, what you need is a rear-support dog wheelchair. These consist of two wheels at the back with a harness to attach the wheelchair to your dog. They’re suitable for dogs with strong front legs but no or limited use of their hind legs.
Great for pets with the following issues:
Measuring your pet to determine which size wheelchair will best fit is the quickest and easiest thing. The only information you truly need to get the right size wheelchair for your dog is the measurement from the floor to your pet’s back—at its hindquarters. It’s that simple!
Depending on your pet’s current capabilities and its willingness to cooperate, this can be a 1-person or 2-person job.If your pet has very little or no rear-limb strength, one person can be the support while the other does the measuring.
"This is Princess. She is a 3-year-old miniature Australian shepherd. She is paralyzed in her lower back. She was hit by a vehicle in September, which severed her spine. She is doing great and does well with the wheelchair. Thanks for everything!"- Michelle and Daniel Vaughn
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