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Doggon Wheels’ is a small company with over 30 years combined experience in meeting the needs of handicapped pets.

Owners Chad and Lori handle product development, wheelchair design, marketing, emails, fittings, and all the other things that come with being small business owners. They use their products on a daily basis, and are happy to have a great staff of experienced, caring people to help them in their endeavors:

Products include front-wheel drive wheelchairs, all-wheel drive quad chairs, rear-wheel drive wheelchairs, and front extensions.

Doggon’ Wheels carries or can construct wheelchairs and other products for other types of pets, including cats, rabbits, goats, gerbils, rats (yes, rats!), ferrets, pot-bellied pigs, lemurs, oppossums, and more.

Doggon’ Wheels also carries anti-slip spray, splints, paw protectors, support slings, and doggie diapers.

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Eddie’s Wheels for Pets specializes in carts and other gear for handicapped pets.

The cart is a lightweight aluminum vehicle with a welded frame, machined fittings, stainless steel hardware, and molded closed-cell foam padding. Each cart is custom designed and built to your dog’s measurements and specific needs. Besides its basic rear wheel cart, Eddie’s Wheels for Pets designs and builds carts for front leg disability, counter-balanced carts for those with weak forelimbs, and carts for amputees.

Eddie’s Wheels for Pets builds carts for cats, too.

The company also carries diaper covers and wraps, booties, and support slings.

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K9 Carts is the original pet mobility company.

Co-founder Barbara Parkes has owned and operated the company for over 30 years. K9 Carts continues to provide customers with the same outstanding products and care they have come to know and trust.

K9 Carts’ pet wheelchairs set the industry standard and have been proven with over 35,000 happy pets! The company is committed to providing the best customer service and support in the industry.

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Dewey Springer, of Deweys Wheelchairs for Dogs (Prineville, Oregon 97754), has been building wheelchairs for dogs for over 10 years.

About seven years ago Dewey developed a new and better design to assist dogs who have problems with their hind legs. This is the original design using aluminum tubing, lightweight plastic, neoprene rear support, and a pneumatic wheel; the lightest on the market. This wheelchair is user-friendly for both you and your pet. Made with durable materials, the wheelchairs will withstand wear and tear under normal conditions.

A wheelchair may be in order for your dog if it is suffering from degenerative myelopathy, hip dysplasia, disk or cervical disease, ruptured disc, spinal disorders, or any other problem that affects its hind legs. Dewey has worked closely with veterinary hospitals and university neurology departments on how to best support pets with disabilities.

Each wheelchair is a custom-made, quality product built only by Dewey, with integrity, dependability, creditability, and pride. Dewey stands behind the workmanship on all of his wheelchairs.

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K-9 Cart Company East (Oxford, Maryland 21654) is the original patented dog wheelchair company for paralyzed pets, developed and owned by a veterinary orthopedic surgeon.

For over 45 years, K-9 Cart Company has custom-built mobility aids including dog wheelchairs for handicapped pets, including dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, sheep, goats, etc., with disabilities ranging from disk disease, arthritis, and birth defects, to degenerative neurological diseases and orthopedic injuries.

K-9 Cart dog wheelchairs are the product by which all other “imitation” wheelchairs for dogs and other pets are judged. K-9 Cart dog wheelchairs are the lightest weight, fully adjustable wheelchairs available that are custom-made for each pet. Accept no substitutes for your handicapped pet.

K-9 Cart East also offers boots, diapers, handheld slings, and dog beds for senior and handicapped pets. Come to Oxford, MD for a free custom fitting of your dog wheelchair or handicapped accessories.

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If you have a handicapped pet, disabled pet, or mobility impaired pet and are looking for a pet wheelchair to put your cat or dog on wheels, K9 Carts West is the premier manufacturer of dog carts, with over 35,000 happy tails all over the world and 40 years of veterinary experience to assist with any mobility or nursing care problems.

The K-9 Carts West wheelchair, shown above, is the only cart designed and tested by an orthopedic veterinary surgeon with over 40 years of experience in the veterinary field. K9 Carts West’s new design incorporates many new features, including extremely lightweight materials, a contouring stable pelvic support system, rehabilitative leg slings, and virtually unlimited design variations.

K9 Carts West also offers many other products for disabled or senior pets.

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With a dog wheelchair, the fact that a dog can’t use his back legs becomes no more than an inconvenience.

Dogs get sore backs about as easily as people do. The problem is that when a dog can no longer walk it is considered a catastrophe. Sometimes the dog is even put to sleep. With a dog wheelchair, the fact that a dog can’t use his back legs becomes no more than an inconvenience.

A wheelchair can enable your dog to run and play again, get the exercise he (or she) needs, and live a happy, healthy life. The Walkin’ Wheels wheelchair is designed to help animals with hip and leg problems including degenerative myelopathy (DM), hip dysplasia, arthritis, paralysis, slipped disc, soreness, spinal and neurological problems, surgical recovery, and more.

A Walkin’ Wheels dog wheelchair from HandicappedPets.com can be shipped next day, requires only approximate measurements (the cart wizard does all the work), folds flat, comes fully assembled, and is adjusted, without tools, to fit your dog, or any other dog. In some cases, such as for animals under 20 lbs or over 100 lbs, some customization may be required.

Dogs get sore backs about as easily as people do. The problem is that when a dog can no longer walk it is considered a catastrophe. Sometimes the dog is even put to sleep. With a dog wheelchair, the fact that a dog can’t use his back legs becomes no more than an inconvenience. 
A wheelchair can enable your dog to run and play again, get the exercise he (or she) needs, and live a happy, healthy life. The Walkin’ Wheels wheelchair is designed to help animals with hip and leg problems including degenerative myelopathy (DM), hip dysplasia, arthritis, paralysis, slipped disc, soreness, spinal and neurological problems, surgical recovery, and more.
A Walkin’ Wheels dog wheelchair from HandicappedPets.com can be shipped next day, requires only approximate measurements (the cart wizard does all the work), folds flat, comes fully assembled, and is adjusted, without tools, to fit your dog, or any other dog. In some cases, such as for animals under 20 lbs or over 100 lbs, some customization may be required.

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The DogMobile Company (Buckton, Bridlington, UK) manufactures a range of uniquely designed carts and harnesses for the disabled, infirm, and/or recovering dog.

Whether dog mobility is a new problem or something you’ve been living with for some time, The DogMobile Company may have a product tailored to your dog’s mobility / paralysis needs.

The DogMobile Company’s products are made in the UK and distributed worldwide.

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