Less Costs More-Purchasing A Dog Wheelchair Online Question: "Why are your dog wheelchairs so expensive?" Answer: "Less Costs More." This is an actual purchase made by a customer in CA. She purchased this little doggie wheelchair as a "small" dog wheelchair on Ebay. She spent $143 only to receive a wheelchair that was three times
Twinkles – Rear Support Dog Wheelchair Twinkles has just been adopted into her new forever home. Rear her story here and how we came up with a very special custom built doggie wheelchair to fit her needs. https://ruffrollin.com/we-do-custom-right/
Tres – Front Support Dog Wheelchair Tres, a 2 year old Pit Bull Mix was found wandering the streets with a congenitally deformed from limb. He was taken in by Three Acres Animal Shelter and was gifted a front support wheelchair to prevent damage to his remaining good leg. A dog wheelchair will allow him to
“Murphy” Corgi – Doggie Wheelchair These photos came to me in an e-mail with this attached. Even though Murphy's owner is letting us know that she is doing great, I think it's not hard to tell by the look in her eyes. She looks very relaxed and full of life! "FOUR MONTHS INTO HER WHEELS AND
Hobbes – Rear Support Dog Wheelchair "Sierra!!! Oh. My. God!!! Sierra, I put him in it and he just blasted off! Like he's been in the thing forever. I can't thank you two enough! We went up to the cabin in the mountains here in AZ because he loves it up here, and we thought it
Cricket – Rear Support Dog Wheelchair Cricket has a specially designed frame to accommodate her rear legs. They are fixed in her rear, unable to spread, and hang to the ground. But she doesn't know that she's disabled. She loves her new life!
Samson – Rear Support Dog Wheelchair Oh, sweet Samson, a young Pit Bull, was found shot 4 times, and left for dead. Look at him now, thriving, and healthy, loving his wheelchair that allows him to have a quality life. He has been able to grow and regain his dignity thanks to the help of the
Mango – Rear Support Dog Wheelchair Mango, a 4 year old Cairn Terrier, was also found paralyzed on the side of the road, thought to have been a hit and run. She was adopted through Emma's Rescue, to a Veteran, Judy Walter, in Ohio. She came with a doggie wheelchair upon arrival, but soon upgraded to