Preferred by Animal Rehab Practitioner

patpt1 said…
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 the opportunity to work with other brand name carts as well as some homemade carts. In the last year, I’ve also had the opportunity to work with 2 brand name adjustable axis carts and was not satisfied with either. By far, there is no comparison between other carts and Eddie’s Wheels in terms of quality, durability, and proper support of the dog. Specifically, no other cart provides the spinal positioning and support that I look for with dogs with disk disease and other neurological conditions affecting the spine.

To date, I’ve used Eddie’s Wheels hind end carts, neutral balanced carts, counterbalanced carts, ones with training wheels, quad carts and front end carts. I’ve had patients that have refused to walk in other brand carts or that weren’t getting the right support with other carts switch over to an Eddie’s Wheels cart with immediate positive results.

I am completely satisfied with the entire process with Eddie’s Wheels carts from measuring a dog to the final fitting. Any questions or concerns with a particular dog are immediately answered by the Eddie’s Wheels staff.

Patti Triola, PT, CCRT
Dogs In Motion, In Home Canine Rehabilitation
www.dogsinmotion.net

One Response to Preferred by Animal Rehab Practitioner

  1. Nancy June 21, 2012 at 12:59 am #

    What about an 11 yr old lab/shepherd/rottweiler
    cross who had his right rear leg amputated because of cancer a year ago in March? He has pulled his right shoulder muscle (we believe because we have stairs at every entrance to our house).but still loves to walk. I am afraid of hurting his right leg more, but as I understand it, his leg will be counterweighted and the cart will be neutral balanced so that the weight is mainly on his back leg. He will walk even when it hurts and I am afraid I have been making it worse. This cart seems to be perfect, but I am in a rural area 7 hrs away from a pet physical therapist. His x rays are clear for cancer and the vet said his hips are in good shape.Thanks and peace!

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