- Adjustable, lightweight, high-strength aircraft-grade aluminum frame
Adjustable in length and height, allowing you to achieve the correct amount of weight-bearing on front legs
High-strength tubular aluminum has ultimate tensile strength and resistance to corrosion.
- Two Wheel design with canted struts for maximum stability
Two-wheel design supports only the front end, leaving rear legs free to turn, sit, and move freely
- Extremely durable, pneumatic (air-filled) tires, with high precision bearings
High precision bearings are waterproof and roll three times smoother than a standard bearing. This means a smooth, comfortable ride for your dog.
Although not air-filled, the front wheels are made of a soft roll rubber, with the feel and action of an air-filled, without the hassle of replacing tubes.
Support slings are custom built to fit your dog’s specific build. Support slings are gender-specific, allowing for easy elimination.
Custom support slings are detachable and built with handles to be used as a handheld support system as needed. For large dogs over 50 lbs, this system proves very useful to get your dog in and out of the wheelchair.
All of our dog wheelchairs carry a lifetime warranty on the frame. It is very rare, but should any part of the wheelchair frame need to be replaced, we will do so at no charge, and will also cover the shipping to get the part to you as soon as possible.
* Custom colors are available for a $100 charge and can take up to an additional 2 weeks.
** Front Support Wheelchairs require extra time to manufacture and can take up to two weeks to process and ship.
***Shipping to Canada, Hawaii, and Internationally will vary. Please call for quote. In addition, duties and taxes charged by country are the responsibility of the purchaser. We are unable to provide these costs for you but will label the shipment as a medical device.
|Build Time||1-2 weeks|
Conditions that benefit from the use of a Front Support Wheelchair:
- Young dogs born with congenital defects
- Young amputees
- Rehabilitation after surgery or injury
Often times, with elderly dogs, we will work as a team with you to determine if we might possibly refer you to a Full Support Wheelchair, rather than a Front Support. An example would be a front amputee, with possible rear limb weakness.