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Wheelchairs for Pets

Not all Front Wheel Carts are Equal

We were astonished at the complexity of the front wheel cart  Tiky was fitted with from the K9 cart company. Not only is this cart cumbersome, Tiky cannot sit or reach the ground to sniff in this contraption.  Her dwarfed forelimbs rub on the harness and have become chafed and swollen. No other company in… Read More

Shep, A GSD with Degenerative Myelopathy in Australia, Gets a Variable Axle Dog wheelchair

  It's always a little daunting sending a dog wheelchair half the way around the world !  This beautiful German Shepard, Shep, lives on a farm in Australia.  We had a fairly lengthy correspondence and a long distance phone call to get all the details settled about Shep's cart.  It was still a delight to… Read More

Willa, Webster and Sweet Pea, Disabled dogs stroll in their dog wheelchairs

Today is the first day of Spring and after a very long snowy New England Winter, the  snow is melting and we're in MUD season...... also known for maple sugaring , blossoming dog poop and dogs running wild.  Eddie, who serves as Animal Control officer of our little town, is getting calls every day about… Read More

Bailey, the paralyzed Cocker Spaniel, who couldn’t use a Walkin Wheels Takes off in an Eddie’s Wheels

When Kim Pevey called us to make an appointment for an evaluation for Bailey, she had almost come to believe that Bailey would never be able to use a dog wheelchair.  They had purchased a Walkin Wheels from Handicapped Pets and Bailey had been unable to move in it.  They had even visited Handicapped Pets… Read More

It takes a Machine Shop to build a good dog wheelchair

Your Eddie's Wheels cart starts with your phone call or email inquiry and submission of information about your pet and its disabilities.  Once we are satisfied that your measurements are accurate, your order goes downstairs to the shop for design and fabrication. The first step is the creation of the individual custom-fitted saddle.  Pieces of… Read More