Through our website, we offer some tools to help determine what type of wheels will work best for your disabled pup. From stumbling, staggering, taking short, choppy steps to laying down during evaluation, signs of weakness will help you determine whether your dog is in need of full support wheels, hind leg dog wheels, or front leg dog wheels. Throughout the testing phase, we at Ruff Rollin’ are here to help guide you to making the right choice of wheels for your best furry friend.
One of the most common disabilities among canines is paralysis of the rear legs. Some of the usual disorders in these cases include Degenerative Myelopathy, spinal injuries, fractures, cruciate ligament injuries, and more. Dogs who suffer from weakness in the hind legs can benefit greatly from wheels for their back legs using a rear support wheelchair. Dogs with bad hips or arthritis will benefit greatly from these types of rear support wheelchairs as well.
Traditional adjustable wheels often won’t provide the support or flexibility needed to fully address all sizes and shapes of dogs suffering from certain disabilities. That is why we at Ruff Rollin’ custom make all of our wheels for dogs. With a set of hand-made, custom fit wheels for back legs, designed perfectly for your dog and her injuries, you are certain to get the highest quality and value from your investment in your fur baby’s health and future. Seeing your best friend rollin’ down the driveway or cruising in the yard will bring joy and happiness to both you and your pup.