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The Walkin Wheels wheelchair allows your dog to regain her former level of mobility. The increased mobility is also beneficial for dogs suffering from a range of conditions since it can reduce the severity of some of their symptoms, and thereby decrease the amount of medication needed, or the frequency that it needs to be given.

Unlike the mobility aids of the past, which were custom build for each pet at the request of the owner, the Walkin Wheels device can easily be purchased from your local veterinarian or pet professional. You can also get one by visiting an animal rehabilitation facility in your area or ordering online. For dogs ranging from 20 to 200 pounds, the owner only needs to provide the dog’s standing height, from the ground to the fold at the rear leg. The measurement doesn’t have to be perfect, as the wheelchair is slightly adjustable; the main purpose is to determine the type and size of wheels the chair will need to accommodate your pet. Unlike the mobility aids of the past, which were custom build for each pet at thewalkin-wheels request of the owner, the Walkin Wheels device can easily be purchased from your local veterinarian or pet professional. For dogs ranging from 20 to 200 pounds, the owner only needs to provide the dog’s standing height, from the ground to the fold at the rear leg.
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Wheelchairs are also available for dogs that weigh less than 20 pounds; however, these must be custom ordered and require a few more measurements to ensure that they are a proper fit. With the exception of specialized orders, all Walkin’ Wheels wheelchairs are available for next day shipping or the devices can be rented for up to 45 days. The wheels arrive already assembled, and can easily adjusted to fit most dogs within the weight range. A tote bag and instruction manual are also included with the wheelchair.

For dogs ranging from 20 to 200 pounds, the owner only needs to provide the dog’s standing height, from the ground to the fold at the rear leg.

In the past, the owners of dogs that developed these or other mobility-related conditions faced two equally heartbreaking choices: try to locate some form of canine mobility assistance device, or have the animal put to sleep. Now, aging dogs are regaining their freedom due to a new mobility assistance device called Walkin’ Wheels.