Dog Wheels Back Legs Release Information about it’s Best-Selling Product

Dogwheels.net latest article sets the record straight with several useful tips for pet owners with a dog that has back leg mobility problems.

As part of their ongoing efforts to provide the best information to help dog’s with disabilities affecting their back legs, Dog wheels.net has published a new article entitled Help Your Dog With Dog Wheels back Legs.


Interested individuals can view the full article at: http://dogwheels.net/help-your-dog-with-dog-wheels…


The article sheds light on the most important aspects used to help dog’s walk with wheels. It used to be that, all pet wheelchairs had to be custom made. This demanded the pet owner to take over a dozen exact measurements of height, weight, length, width, girth, and more, then wait over two weeks while the cart was completed.


If any of the measurements were wrong, the cart would need to be returned to the manufacturer for adjustment, more often a time-consuming and costly process. Additionally, this custom made cart could not be returned or resold to another dog.


Pet owners with a dog that has hip and leg problems including degenerative myelopathy (DM), hip dysplasia, arthritis or paralysis, can find the most up-to-date version of the product at: http://dogwheels.net/recommends


20 years and 12,000 cities later, these Walkin’ wheels which provide push button adjustability in height, length and width, provide the dog the support it needs to live a happy productive life.


Pet owners with a dog that has hip and leg problems including degenerative myelopathy (DM), hip dysplasia, arthritis, paralysis, slipped disc, soreness, spinal and neurological problems and surgical recovery are allowed to have free and independent movements with the use of the dog wheels which support the back legs to walk, run or play.


Mixed Spaniel owner Darrell Jackson said, “it’s the moral responsibility of pet owners to help ease your pet’s suffering from any kind of disability, and help them out”


One of the most surprising pieces of information in the article is the fact that Kids get attached to their pets quickly and when they see their pets suffering they can feel their pain.


In discussing the article’s creation, Brian Durrah, business owner of Dogwheels.net said, “if they have difficulty with their back limbs. It doesn’t matter whether they have problems with their back limbs or are unable to move the lower part of their body. Now it is possible for them to become mobile”



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