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Detachable “Training Wheels” Makes Dog Wheelchairs an Instant 4 Wheel Cart

We were delighted to see how the addition of detachable front "training wheels" is helping Journey to continue to take long walks in her cart.  Journey has hip dysplasia and disc disease.  She's had a counterbalanced cart for over a year - this cart completely supports her rear and takes about 35% of her own… Read More

Eddie’s Wheels gives dogs a new leash on life on NECN

NECN video featuring Eddie's Wheels It's always wonderful when a major media outlet does a story about the work we do to help animals with disabilities.  We were thrilled with this wonderful video story that New England Cable News produced. All three of the clients featured in this video were extraordinary.  Fenway, the black lab… Read More

Another Chance Rescue – Vet Approval

I don't know why I haven't written this a long time ago, but my middle name is LATE explaining many things.  I can't thank you all enough for the cart you made for Hannah.  Her hygroma is no longer ulcerated, and the asymmetrical leg holes have worked perfectly so that she does not rub on it while… Read More

Purebred Dogs and Genetically Linked Disabilities

In honor of the Westminster Dog Show, I am sharing this letter I wrote last summer which was published in All Animals (July/Aug. 2010), the official publication of the Humane Society of the United States.   One of the first boxers we ever met who had degenerative myelopathy had won Best in Breed at Westminster and… Read More

Dog Wheelchairs for Dogs with Intervertebral Disk Disease

We received this email from one of our customers: Leslie and staff: I saw your clip on NECN.  I myself ordered my dog, Hobie’s, wheelchair from you.    Back in November 2008 Hobie ruptured a disk in his back being the dachshund that he is, and although he did go for surgery it did not work. … Read More