Category Archives: Dog Training Wheels

Common Myths about Dog Wheelchairs

Our dogs will still strive with disabilities, by using walking wheels. Which dog wheelchairs will you choose to enhance your pet’s life?

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This two-legged dog’s wheels are cooler than yours!

A Chihuahua puppy named TurboRoo has gone from being abandoned in a veterinarian’s office to having more than 66000 Instagram followers.

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Veterinarian Demonstrates how to put a Walkin’ Wheels Dog Wheelchair on a dog

Watch Dr. James StClaire, DVM and animal rehabilitation specialist as he demonstrates to put on and use the Waslin’ Wheels dog wheelchair for handicapped pets. This cart is fully adjustable,…

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Stray dog in need receives wheelchair for paralyzed legs …

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Keebler, an 8-year-old daschund, loves ear scratches and treats, but now what sets him apart, is the way he gets around.

Wheels can be the first step to rehab – Eddie’s Wheels

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IVDD dachshund rehabilitating using a dog wheelchair and physical therapy on a land treadmill.

Ike the dog gets a new set of wheels | DoggyMom.com

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Ike is a 15-year old dog living in California. He’s been diagnosed with bone cancer and so only has a few months to live. His owner, Risa Feldman, wanted to give Ike as much quality of life as possible and the traditional hind …

Rehabilitating quadriparetic dogs in Eddie’s dog wheelchairs

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You might wonder what would possess someone to attempt to rehabilitate a quadriplegic dog. Ten years ago we were faced with this dilemma ourselves: our 1.

Dog in Wheels Hikes and Swims – HandicappedPets.com

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Alaskan Golden Retriever Dog Denali goes dog wheelchair hiking with her family for a dip in the lake. Watch as she bounces down the trail — with a little help from her family.

Rehab Success Stories – Eddie’s Wheels

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Nothing gives us more pleasure than hearing from clients whose pets have rehabilitated and no longer need the assistance of a wheelchair. Lately, we have been hearing about a number of dogs for whom a cart was a critical piece of their …

Animal Rehab Professionals Prefer Eddie’s Wheels

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Here at Eddie’s Wheels we love working with animal rehab professionals who understand that a cart can be a valuable therapeutic tool, as well as a way to keep both dog and caregiver happy while a pet rehabs from an injury. When pets have …

Common Myths about Dog Wheelchairs – Eddie’s Wheels

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Here are some common myths about dog wheelchairs that we hear about – from both pet owners and veterinarians – and we’d like to dispel them. Myth #1: Big dogs won’t use carts. Over twenty years ago, when our 80 lb. Doberman became …

How Eddie’s Wheels Can Help Dogs with Degenerative …

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Eddie’s Wheels has a full complement of mobility aids for dogs with degenerative myelopathy.

Top Five Reasons Why Walkin’ Wheels is the Best Dog …

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Having trouble deciding which doggie wheelchair is the best for your best friend and companion? this video will help make that decision easier….

Dog Training Wheels


If your dog is physically handicapped or has limited mobility, then dog training wheels can help your dog with this problem. Dog training wheels will make sure that your pet dog is not missing his walks because of its disability. If your dog has been crippled for any reason, you should not worry because there is help available for all types of injured dogs. Your dog will walk again with the help of the canine training wheels. With your dog walking again, you will have peace of mind, which in turn will turn you into a contended owner.

The canine wheel chairs will help your dog in walking naturally. They will also help your dog in becoming mobile again. Your dog can even do different exercises, what that means is that your dog can walk on excursion trips with you again with the help of dog training wheels. There has been an increase in the demand for custom built canine wheel chairs these days. You can see an increased number of dogs moving around on these wheels.

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The training wheels have helped dogs in becoming independent again. If your dog has been injured in the rear section of its body then the chances are that the dog may have to drag its rear behind when it walks. A rear wheel chair is suitable for this type of dog. Some animals may not have any physical disability. They may be too weak because of some form of ailment. The dogs may be physically debilitated because of some form of degenerating ailment. In that case the dogs can use the dog training wheels to help them in becoming mobile again.

Canine training wheels can also be used by the dogs who are recovering from some type of medical procedure. These animals have to be kept away from intense exercise. However, they may a need little exercise on regular basis. In this case the carts offer the best type of mobile support for them.

The dog supporting wheels are extremely adjustable. They can be used to adjust the cart in which the dog is resting, without the help of any tools. These carts are very comfortable for dogs, allowing them to move to different places conveniently. Some of the canine training wheels come with a number of s back. It can help the dogs with weaker backs. Your pet’s training wheels can be attached to the dog depending on their weight and size. These accessories support the dog with better movement and easier accessibility.

You can determine if your dog’s training wheels have been fitted properly. That can be found out by analyzing the position in which the dog is standing. If the training wheels have been fitted properly the dog will be able to stand in its natural position without any problems.