Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Canine Carts and Veterinary Rehabilitation

HandicappedPets.com was honored to be a part of the 6th Symposium of the International Association of Veterinary Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy (IAVRPT) that took place at Auburn University from August 4-7. The IAVRPT is dedicated to the practice, teaching and research of veterinary rehabilitation and physical therapy, furthering scientific investigation and providing better patient care based on sound scientific study.

As exhibitors at the IAVRPT Symposium, we had the opportunity to present the Walkin' Wheels for Handicapped Pets dog wheelchair to veterinarians from around the world who specialize in helping dogs maintain and regain their mobility.
Since it is the pet industry's only canine cart that is fully adjustable in height, length and width, the Walkin' Wheels is the ideal dog wheelchair for veterinarians who specialize in canine rehabilitation and physical therapy. With the Walkin' Wheels cart, a canine rehabilitation specialist can outfit any size dog weighing from 20 up to 150 pounds.

Within a matter of minutes, a client's dog can be up and exercising in a Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair. The Walkin' Wheels can be used long-term for dogs that are permanently paralyzed. The Walkin' Wheels is also an ideal canine cart for dogs that are experiencing a temporary loss of mobility as a result of injury, and it can be used to provide mobility during recovery from surgery.

To learn more about the International Association of Veterinary Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy, click here.

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