How do you know if your k9 is a good candidate for a front support dog wheelchair? What kind of condition is affecting your fur buddies quality of life right now? There are a few common disabilities that affect k9s that have been in accidents or are suffering from conditions that might make them a perfect fit for a front limb doggie wheelchair.
Has your k9 been in an accident in which one of his front legs needed to be amputated? Or was your rescue pup born with a congenital defect without a front limb? Perhaps your dog still has both front legs, but was temporarily paralyzed in an accident, or just had a front paw break? Regardless of the injury or illness, if your dog is having difficulty walking, running and playing like normally, during rehabilitation he might benefit from the relief that only a front support K9 wheelchair can offer.
Your dog deserves happiness, just like you do. We know how hard you work to help your dog live life to the fullest. From the long car rides to the socialization at the local dog park, you make it a priority to give your all to your dog to enhance their quality of life.
For a dog, mobility is everything. Being confined to a couch, deprived of outdoor adventures, and separated from nature’s myriad elements, sights, sounds, and smells, directly and negatively affects a dog’s mood, health, and longevity. Let Ruff Rollin’ restore that quality of life with a one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted wheelchair for your best fur buddy.