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Dog Wheelchair Legs Walking Assisted
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What's special about this wheelchair
Lightweight adjustable non-rust aluminum frame
Non-rust stainless hardware
Simple and quick assembly
Help pet dog cat stand up and walk again
Portable to carry and storage
Both male and female dogs can still go to the bathroom comfortably in this rear harness.
Note about this wheelchair
Designed for pets, it help the pets with hind leg injuries or disabled pets to walk. It can alleviate the pain of your beloved pet not walking properly.
Lightweight, removable structure for convenient to carry and store.
Disassemble and assembly is easy.
Buckle design on the strap, you can traction rope on the buckle, which can avoid the lost of pet and very convenient.
It is made of aluminum alloy, anti-wear, anti-dirty, not easy to rust and durable to use.
Suitable for pet types: adult cats, small dogs such as Pomeranian and Chihuahu
You should know it before payment
Only the above package content, other products are not included.
Light shooting and different displays may cause the color of the item in the picture a little different from the real thing. The measurement allowed error is +/- 1-3cm. You can get the right size by measuring the weight and Height，Width data of your pet ,As we know, every dog is different. If you don’t sure the size you will need please ask us before purchase.
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Initially I ordered the two-wheel Hobeyhove for my Shih-Tzu that has lame back legs. That wheel chair was too heavy on his elderly back. I returned it and ordered this 4 wheel Hobeyhove. It has been life changing! I ordered size xs and it fits him perfectly. My dog has a long body and the xs still fits him perfectly. The wheel chair comes with a great deal of parts and features. That worked out perfectly for us because I was able to choose to add and remove features that weren’t needed for my dog. I was even able to rig it a little differently to make it ideal. All we use are the back leg inserts and I made a front chest strap out of duct tape. My dog went from needing to be carried everywhere and even held up to eat - to speeding around the house and enjoying life. It truly took only 1-2 days (and a lots of treats) to get his accustomed to it. It’s so great to be able to see him stand and walk again instead of falling limp on his back legs.
This wheelchair was a life saver for my elderly dog who lost control of his rear legs and has balance issues due to hardwood floors. I followed the instructions to measure him and the first chair I ordered was far too large so if you have a smaller dog, think about sizing down. It took some trial and error adjustments and about a week for my pet to become accustomed to the chair but once he did he wagged when put into it. He can walk faster and I don't worry about him falling over and being unable to get up. Keep an eye on your pets pressure points where their legs are held because mine did get a sore initially so I wrapped the legs with felt and it worked great. Overall this product is helpful but it's up to you to invest the time into making sure your pet is comfortable and adjusting the framework as necessary.
arrived with broken clasp for the harness, but they sent another, the first was for a medium size but mine was a large, so they did send another. I only got my dog in it once, she died before I could really use the wheelchair, but it worked ok when I had her in it.
I put the item together today and placed Ginger into it. She appears not to have a problem, she is 10 months old. This could be a winner, I am thinking with practice she will get better. She has neurological issues.
Wheelchair is lightweight and was not to difficult to put together.
Size large-Looking at the review photos-many people are struggling as I did. We tried putting our dogs legs THROUGH the blue foam supports intended to hold her body. And she couldn’t move. Once we put her legs in front of/behind those, this was great. Once her legs dragged (myelopathy) we could use the rear loops to tether them up.