|VIDEO: Duchess Regains Her Mobility |
with Walkin' Wheels - See Before and After
If your dog is suffering from a condition such as degenerative myelopathy, arthritis, invertebral disc disease ("IVDD") or any illness or injury in which his or her mobility is steadily decreasing, it is advisable to purchase a Walkin' Wheels at the early stages of mobility loss. This will allow your dog to continue exercising while also maintaining muscle tone in his or her rear legs and becoming accustomed to using a dog wheelchair.
The Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair can be adjusted in height, length and width to accommodate changes in your dog's health and is suitable for all levels of mobility ranging from partial to complete paralysis of the rear legs. It is also an ideal dog wheelchair for rehabilitative use, and many canine companions have successfully recovered their mobility by using Walkin' Wheels as a part of their therapy programs.
Below is a video of German shepherd Duchess demonstrating her newly acquired mobility during the early stages of progressive paralysis. If you would like to submit your own product testimonial for inclusion on our website, blog or social networks, please click here.