Everything to help you if your pet has a disability
This is a Standard Dog Wheelchair by K9 Carts™ with an added extension to give support to the front limbs. Example: Your pet can walk with the front legs, but has some weakness when using the towel test. The front wheels are casters and are used for guiding the cart. This cart will allow pets with some weakness in the front legs to continue to be mobile. It is recommended only for pets with moderate strength in the front limbs.
State-of-the-Art Construction – All of the materials we use are corrosion resistant and will withstand years of tough use. Contouring Stable Pelvic Support – Molds itself to your pet’s pelvis for a truly custom fit while providing necessary stable support. The leg rings are made of a soft, flexing, foam ring with a semi-rigid wire core. Our pelvic support system is designed and tested by a Veterinary Orthopedic Surgeon. Flexible Straps – Are made of nylon webbing and covered with soft padding for a contoured fit. Rehabilitative Leg Slings – Allow your pet to move its legs, aiding in rehabilitation. Made of padded webbing, our leg slings protect the paws and are included with every Dog Wheelchair. Easy to Adjust – Every Dog Wheelchair by K9 Carts™ is height, width and length adjustable for weight bearing and perfect fit. An Allen wrench is included with each Dog Wheelchair. Folds Flat to Save Shipping Costs – And assembles in minutes with easy-to-follow instructions and tools provided. We also have qualified staff available to answer your questions. Allows Your Pet to Defecate and Urinate – With this Dog Wheelchair design your pet is able to urinate and defecate while in the Dog Wheelchair by K9 Carts™.
A. Rear height from top of hips to floor. B. Length of back from shoulders to base of tail. C. Inside distance from heel of the front paw to toes of back paw. D. Girth or circumference around the chest. E. Front height from top of shoulders to floor. F. Width of shoulders straight across. G. Width of hips straight across. H. Groin to the floor.
Helpful Measurement Tips
1. For accurate measurements have your pet stand in a square position (with legs straight down from the shoulders and hips). 2. A yardstick is best for taking measurements A, B, C, E, F, G, H. 3. A cloth tape is best for cart measurement D. 4. If you are measuring with a cloth tape be sure to hold the tape straight and taught. 5. If you have a paralyzed dog, you can lay it down on its side with its back straight against a wall and legs extended straight down from the hips and shoulders, and take all measurements this way – except D, F, and G which must be taken in a standing position.
I. Height of front leg – Chest to floor. J. Height of rear leg – Groin to floor. K. Mid-point of shoulders to mid-point of hips. L. Length of abdomen.
Helpful Measurement Tips
1. If your pet is strong enough to stand, have your pet stand in a square position (with legs straight down from the shoulders and hips). 2. If you have a paralyzed pet, a pet too weak to stand, or if you have no one to assist you, you can lay your pet down on its side with its back straight against a wall and its legs extended straight down from the hips and shoulders. Take all measurements this way, except D, F, and G, which must be taken in a standing position.
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