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Videos

Front Support Wheelchair Videos

Dog Wheelchair for front legs. This is Tres’. And he loves his front support wheelchair from Ruff Rollin’!

Jed is a 100 lb Lab in a Front Support Wheelchair. He cruises on the trails in Washington. Get a dog wheelchair for your dog if he needs mobility help.

Full Support Wheelchair Videos

Sweet Tumbelina was born with Cerebellar Hypoplasia and is unable to control balance and coordination. This required the use of Full Support Cat Wheelchair.

Chamberlin was found in an overgrown yard, malnourished, and left abandoned. He was unable to walk on his own, and required the use of a full support dog wheelchair to rehabilitate his back legs. His front legs will never support him, but you wouldn’t know it!

Another great testimony of a Full Support Wheelchair. This is Taya. She was also a rescue that was abused. Here is her owner’s statement; “She runs like the wind, it is pretty cute to watch, the video was shot about 20 seconds after we strapped her in, she got the hang of it really quickly!”

Lucky is the therapy dog at a nursing home. It’s hard not to smile when Lucky visits with lots of kisses and attention for the residents of the facility!

These are literally Jack’s first steps as a four legged friend. Jack is a 5 month old Cattle Dog Mix. He is neurologically imbalanced, which has caused weakness in all four limbs. Thanks to Joanie, a foster mom, Jack has a new lease on life!

Rear Support Wheelchair Videos

Triplets, Mary, Noah, and Abby were rescued at 5 months old, weighing in at 2 1/2 lbs. Before Noah and Abby were placed in dog wheelchairs, they were rehabilitated back with the help of Saving K9 Lives, out of Van Nuys, CA. All three were born with rear leg defects, but Mary was able to get her rear legs surgically corrected. All three dogs continue to thrive!

Connie is so happy! She loves her Ruff Rollin’ Dog Wheelchair. Our Dog Wheelchairs can easily roll on the grass and allow your pet to enjoy the outdoors again!

Maxx was one of the original recepients of a Rear Support Wheelchair, donated by Mango’s Freedom Wheels. Mango donated over 100 dog wheelchairs in her first year.

My name is Oakley and my mom calls me bulletproof. Well she’s kind of right and I like the sound of that! I’m one strong little boy that is making a Stand against Animal Abuse. I also want to inspire other animals and humans that are different to never give up! Nothing’s going to keep me down so you don’t need to let anything keep you down either. Let’s do this together!

Corgi in Walking Version of Dog Wheelchair. This is Dash, with DM. He has not lost full use of his rear legs, but has the “drunken walk” His owners wanted him to get his wheelchair early so he doesn’t lose muscle mass, and can continue to go for long walks.

Sookie, Maltese in Dog Wheelchair. Sookie shares her love in her wheels. She is from the Guilford County Animal Shelter.

This is Poncho on the Beach in his Ruff Rollin’ Dog Wheelchair. Dog Wheelchairs perform excellently in both water and sand!

Simon the Boston Terrier in his Ruff Rollin’ Dog Wheelchair. Simon loves to chase a laser light! He brought so much spunk and energy to his fitting, it was hard to catch a clear photo of him!

Tiki’s first test drive in her new wheels. She literally took off in the first second that she could after we let her go.

It’s easy to get a large dog, such a German Shepherd, into a Rear Support Dog Wheelchair.

This is probably the best way to get a large dog in a Ruff Rollin’ Dog Wheelchair. Twila uses a Help Em Up Harness, but simply lifting the rear end with any type of harness or towel works as well.

Overcoming Adversity. This is a great story of Shilo’s adversity and how he overcomes with the donation of a dog wheelchair. Thank you Fio! Share in his excitement as the UPS man delivers the wheelchair, and share in his adventures.

Oh, the places this pup has gone in his dog wheelchair! Ledger was kicked by a deer, and it broke his back. But he never let that stop him from having fun with his best friend.

Elmo lives in Mallorca, Spain! Elmo, yes, Elmo, runs a vespa rental company called Bullimoto. How cool is that? Here is a testimony from his dad, after he received his doggie wheelchair, “The biggest thank you possible to Ruff Rollin’! Elmo loves his dog wheels and is out patrolling the Port. He is now even more famous!”

A little Thank you video from Toby’s mom…”Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!! I haven’t seen my little one this happy since his accident!! He is free and moving on his own again!! We couldn’t be any happier!!”

Beamer in Ruff Rollin’ Dog Wheelchair. Just cruisin along, enjoying the day, taking sniffs, and loving life!

Mushu getting a ball with his new dog wheels. First Five Minutes in a Ruff Rollin’ Wheelchair. Look how fast he goes. I wish this video were longer. Mushu was also recently taped on an episode of Storage Wars on Spike, on September 12. Look for it!

Bubba loving life in his dog wheelchair! Bubba is a pitbull mix that loves to play.

Bubba is a pitbull mix that was abused and badly beaten until he was unable to use his rear legs. We built him a rear support dog wheelchair, and he is good to go!

A compilation of some of our first projects as Ruff Rollin’ Inc. We continually strive to keep our designs durable and easy to use, while providing your dog with mobility and a better quality of life. We build a Rear Support, Front Support, and Full Support Design.

Although, not a professional video, this was shot at one of our last fittings. This shows how to get a dog into a Ruff Rollin’ Wheelchair. Most dogs are not this active. Murphy had an ACL surgery, and was just about to have the other one done. His owner is going to use the wheelchair for rehabilitation, out of surgery to speed up the healing process. Good idea, huh?

Samson’s New Wheels in a Ruff Rollin’ Wheelchair. We received this video on a Saturday morning. We laughed out loud in happiness! There’s nothing but heartwarming feelings that you get from this video. Samson is a 9 year old Pug from Colorado. I think he feels sassy in his dog wheelchair from Ruff Rollin’, what do you think?

Cash rolls in snow in his Ruff Rollin’ Dog Wheelchair. Look at the movement in Cash’s hindquarters. Notice how quickly he is moving and there is no swaying in his rear…This is due to the very supportive saddle. The saddle is a soft neoprene saddle with sewn in foam leg rings, making it the most comfortable and supportive support system on the market.

Corgi in Dog Wheelchair, Wiley Ruff Rollin. Everyone loves to see a fast moving Corgi, especially one that is 50 lbs! Allie rescued Wiley and has taken almost 20 lbs off him. In her words; “This is our chubby, old Corgi, Wiley, chasing a 2 year old Australian cattle dog. He’s never moved this fast before.”

RUFF ROLLIN’ is a family owned company founded in the heart of the Northern Rockies, in Bozeman, Montana. We are committed to one thing; we will provide you and your dog with the best possible experience during this difficult time. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to provide your dog with a new lease on life!

This is Bella rollin around in the desert in her wheels. Belladonna lived a full and happy life, four of those years while in her Ruff Rollin’ Dog Wheelchair!

Donner, a red Miniature Dachshund, suffers from a spinal injury and does not have use of his back legs. This video shows the first few minutes in his new Ruff Rollin’ Dog Wheelchair. This will give Donner some much-needed mobility around the house and outside! Donner’s brother, Blitzen, is also very curious about his brother’s new wheels!

Now this is a happy dog! Cash is testing out his new Ruff Rollin’ Dog Wheelchair for the first time. Ruff Rollin’ is a company in Bozeman, MT that builds custom wheelchairs for handicapped dogs. Cash came to the shop today to get fit into his new ride. We’d say that he was another satisfied customer!

This is Cash, a 4 year old Husky Mix. Check out the way that this wheelchair tracks in the snow!

This is Meyer, the Wiener on Wheels. He loves his new wheels! He is very popular too.

Bean ruptured a disc at age 2. Although it took him a few weeks to get full use out of his dog wheelchair, his owners didn’t stop encouraging him to try. Today he is fully active, walking in the local Mutt Strut, and even running off to his girlfriend’s house!