Specializing in Dog Wheelchairs
Eddie’s Wheels designs and manufactures custom dog wheelchairs and wheelchairs for a variety of handicapped pets. Made in the U.S.A. As caregivers of disabled dogs for the past 20 years, Ed and Leslie Grinnell knew what they wanted for their pets: a wheelchair designed for on and off-road play that would allow for their pets to enjoy a good quality of life while they healed. A mechanical engineer by trade, Ed’s revolutionary design has been endorsed by veterinarians, rehab practitioners and canine chiropractors.
- Custom-built and engineered to match your pet’s disability.
- Welded padded saddle gives your pet solid support on its pelvic floor, eliminating chafing to delicate soft tissue.
- Lightweight solid aluminum construction with a choice of wheels to match your pet’s terrain.
- Adjustable for height and length.
- Variable axle carts allow owners to change the balance of the cart to compensate for increasing weakness in the front legs for dogs with degnerative myelopathy.
- Easy to use, indestructible and warranteed for the life of your pet.
- Made in the USA in our own workshop in Shelburne Falls, MA. and exported all over the world.
It was 7:30 AM on a Saturday morning when Crockett's owner called me from New Hampshire to beg for an appointment that day to see his dog. Crockett, a 14 year old 90 lb. yellow lab, was down - unable to stand on any of his four legs. The vet had advised him to let…
We were delighted to meet with Sue Davis, P.T., author of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation for Animals, A Guide for Consumers at our facility this summer for an intensive workshop on measuring, fitting and adjusting Eddie's Wheels carts. Sue's book on animal rehab is a fascinating read, full of interesting and vital information about the…
When Eddie and I started Eddie's Wheels, we thought all the dogs we'd build carts for would eventually rehabilitate out of their wheels. That's because our first dog, Buddha, used her wheels for less than 6 months before she started being able to walk again without a cart. Sure, it was "spinal walking" - a…