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Boston Terrier Lives On After Abuse

By |September 18th, 2017|

This beautiful testimony came to me from The Rescue Ranch, a Boston Terrier Rescue Organization. Ruff Rollin' is the elite. We are where you want to go purchase your dog wheelchair if you want the best. If your dog is your whole life, or if you're pets are your children, and God forbid that anything should happen to one of them, Ruff Rollin' is your choice if your dog is

Mango’s Freedom Wheels Still Rollin’

By |August 3rd, 2016|

Cairn Terrier Rear Support Dog Wheels Dressed Up Mango is a very busy 4 year old Cairn Terrier who was found on the side of the road in a ditch in Fort Worth, Texas in late 2013. She was picked up by the city's animal control, and dropped at the local kill shelter. After looking at all of her broken bones, the vet at the shelter gave her

Dachshund Rolls Through Life In Dog Wheelchair

By |August 3rd, 2016|

"Jack is a Double-Dapple Dachsund who is in his 14th year with us and has found life exciting and fun all over again since a failed back surgery several years ago that left him paralyzed in his hind legs, requiring a dachshund wheelchair. He has been in many fun races in downtown Denver, CO as part of the Oktoberfest celebrations. Additionally, he loves to venture outdoors and be in our

Maltipoo with Cerebella Hypoplasia Uses Dog Wheelchair

By |April 12th, 2016|

Jada Loves her Dog Wheelchair! "Jada is a 9 month old Maltipoo. Jada’s plight started as so many puppies do, being born into a puppy mill/backyard breeding situation. Somewhere between 6 and 8 weeks old Jada started showing signs of Cerebella Hypoplasia, as did the other puppies in the litter. Cerebella Hypoplasia is a neurological condition in which the cerebellum is not completely formed, i.e. the cells of the cerebellum do

Trail Dog Loves Life in Dog Wheelchair

By |April 5th, 2016|

Kelly and her sweet boy Ledger enjoying the great outdoors! Kelly and her dog, Ledger, joined the Ruff Rollin' family in November of 2012. Although Ledger only used his dog wheelchair for a year after his injury, he lived it like no other dog that we have worked with, even to this day. We miss hearing from Kelly and sharing in their adventures. Thank you Kelly for sharing

Wheelchair for Front Legs-Practice Makes Perfect

By |March 31st, 2016|

Check out this incredible testimonial below from Jed's mom, Terry, about getting her yellow labrador used to his wheelchair for front legs. Typically dogs aren't aware of their back legs and take time to learn how to use them. His story is a perfect example of how practice makes perfect when it comes to success for your pet in their new dog wheelchair: Jed the Therapy Dog Playing Outside

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