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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

Preferred by Animal Rehab Practitioner

Eddie's Wheels carts are the only carts that I recommend for my patients, the only one that I recommends to vets / surgeons and the only ones that I use with my own dogs. I have been an avid supporter for over 5 years. Prior to my first experience with Eddie's Wheels carts, I had… Read More

Variable axle dog wheelchair – the perfect solution for dogs with Degenerative Myelopathy

  Owners of dogs with degenerative myelopathy are faced with coping with a disease that progressive - starting with a gradual loss of feeling in the rear legs, it moves forward, eventually affecting the dog's core strength and front legs.   A simple rear wheel cart is sufficient to keep these dogs active and mobile for… Read More

Helpemup Harnesses -the perfect adjunct to dog wheelchairs

Twenty years ago, when our own Doberman, Buddha, became suddenly paralyzed,  I  needed to come up with a way to carry her back end around for her while Eddie came up with a wheelchair for her.  I used a LL Bean canvas firewood carrier - which was fine for a couple of days, but after… Read More

Managing ACL injuries in large breeds with dog wheelchairs

Torn ACL injuries are common, and in large breed dogs often need to be dealt with surgically.  We usually see these dogs after repair has been done to one knee, and within weeks the strain borne by the other rear leg results in injury to the other leg... We wonder why it does not occur… Read More