Walkin’® Wheels Large Dog Wheelchair

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The Walkin’ Wheels Large dog wheelchair is built to support your large or giant breed dog to help them lead an active lifestyle. The large dog wheelchair gives your dog the stability and rear support they need to exercise, go to the bathroom, and enjoy their time with their family. 

Suitable for dogs hind leg weakness from Spinal injury, Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD), Wobblers, Fibrocartilaginous Embolism (FCE), Degenerative Myelopathy, paralysis, age related issues or joint pain. 

- Only one measurement required.
- Fully adjustable in height, length, and width.
- Fits dogs weighing from 30-80kg (weight determines correct wheelchair frame size).
- Wheelchair Frame made of durable, lightweight extruded aluminium.
- Dense foam wheels with rubber outer layer; will not puncture, easy to clean, all-terrain.
- All wheelchair parts are washable; folds flat for easy transport and storage.
- Fits large breeds: Rottweiler, Pitbull, German Shepherd, Labrador Retriever, Boxer, Bloodhound, Doberman, Golden Retriever, Bernese Mountain Dog, Great Pyrenees, Mastiff, Greyhound, Newfoundland, St. Bernard, Great Dane, Irish Wolfhound, and more.


How to Choose the Right Size

Measure the Rear Leg Height to the toe pad, ideally when your pet is laying down, as shown in the photo. Do not pull the leg tight; leave some natural bend.


Once Measured, please provide us with your measurement in the Special Instructions on check out and we will send you the appropriate size.


Alternatively, you can book in to have your dog professionally fit for their wheelchair in our clinic. Visit www.crah.com.au to make a booking for a custom fitment.

How to choose the correct size dog wheelchair
Rear Leg Height
35.5 - 40.6cm
43.2 - 48.3cm
50.8 - 55.9cm
58.4 - 63.5cm
66 - 76.2cm




WHY YOUR PET WILL LOVE IT

The Perfect Fit

A Golden Retriever has a very different body shape from an English Bulldog. Instead of providing both dogs with the same wheelchair, we designed the Walkin’ Wheels large dog wheelchair to fit them based on their unique measurements. When you get Walkin’ Wheels, your dog will thank you.

Also, your dog will be able to pee and poop without you having to remove their wheelchair.

 

A Durable, All-Terrain Wheelchair

Dogs love the outdoors. And as we all know, they love tearing up everything in their path. But we love them anyway.

This is why we’ve created a chew-proof and rust resistant extruded aluminium wheelchair frame. Additionally, the included wheels will not puncture and are all-terrain.

WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT

Simple Setup

When we were designing the Walkin’ Wheels large dog wheelchair, we knew it had to be simple to use for pets and owners alike. Setting up your pet’s new wheelchair is a lot like using a regular dog harness. The only big difference is attaching the harness to the wheelchair frame, which takes only a few seconds.  

Easy to Transport & Store

With the Walkin’ Wheels large dog wheelchair, looks can be deceiving. Despite its size, this wheelchair is actually easy to transport to the dog park or store in the closet when not in use. The secret is that the wheelchair foldable so it can fit in a car or home while occupying little room.

 

 

 

What’s In the Box?

Your pet’s new Walkin’ Wheels dog wheelchair comes with everything your pet needs to get up and walking again!

Walkin' Wheels large dog wheelchair - parts and accessories
  • 1 Frame
  • 1 Set of extenders
  • 1 Connectors
  • 1 Set (2) Foam Wheels or for Pneumatic Air-Filled Tires (add $40)
  • 1 Front Harness with Sleeves
  • 1 Set Leg Rings Rear Support Saddle
  • 1 Belly Belt
  • 2 Stirrups
  • 1 Instruction Manual
rear dog wheelchair frame

Frame:

The Frame is powder-coated aluminum in blue or pink. It will not bend, break, or rust. The molded plastic knuckles attach the frame to the legs; 360 degrees of ‘teeth’ hold the knuckle in place. On the side of the knuckle, a spring-loaded turning cap allows you to loosen the knuckle and swivel the legs up or down.

dog wheelchair width connector


Width Connectors: (one 9″ connector)

The width connector connects the left and right side of the frame together. One size fits the width of 9″-12.5″

dog wheelchair extender

Length Extenders: (one set of 26″ extenders )

The adjustable length extenders connect the front harness to the wheelchair.

dog wheelchair front harness

The Front Harness

The dog’s head goes between the blue and black straps. The red strap goes under the dog’s front legs and clips on the side of the harness. The shoulder pads are made of neoprene and keep the straps and buckles from causing discomfort for the dog. Neoprene comfort sleeves wrap around the straps for the dog’s comfort. Comfort sleeves can be cut in half if they are too long.

dog wheelchair leg rings


Leg Rings:

The dog’s hindquarters are held in place by the leg rings, or our rear harness support system. The leg rings can also be used as a lifting harness when out of the wheelchair; the excess strapping can be touch-fastened together to make handles on each side.

dog wheelchair wheels

Struts & Foam Wheels:

Depending on your pet’s fold of flank measurement, you will receive a set of wheels attached to struts. Struts snap into the leg of the wheelchair frame and adjust to the height needed. Struts are adjustable within a range of 3 inches and come in 4 different sizes: 6”, 9”, 12”, & 15”. The foam wheels are great for all terrains. They feature a dense foam interior with an outer rubber layer. These wheels will not puncture, they wear extremely well, and are easy to clean. Sizes available: 12″ & 16″.

 

belly support for dog wheelchair

Belly Belt:

The Belly Belt will help support your dog’s back. It is not always necessary to use the belly belt, but is highly recommended for dogs with a long back, overweight or elderly dogs, dogs with curvature of the spine, and dogs with disc problems.

dog wheelchair stirrups for paralyzed dog

Stirrups:

Stirrups are used to hold the dog’s legs off the ground so they don’t drag due to paralysis, knuckling under, or foot injuries. The adjustable stirrups are positioned to hold the foot up at the hock. If your dog doesn’t need them, the stirrups may be removed from the wheelchair.

Walkin' Wheels large dog wheelchair instructions


The Manual:

The manual gives instructions and tips on assembling and using the Walkin’ Wheels Wheelchair.

dog wheelchair tool kit


Tool Kit:

The tool kit comes in a plastic bag and includes an Allen wrench and set screws. The (optional) set screws may be used to tighten up the wheelchair frame and reduce flexibility, depending on your preference.


Can my dog still use their back legs with the wheelchair?


Yes, the dog wheelchair will gives pets the support they need to stand, walk, and rebuild their strength. The wheelchair supports your dog to relieve pressure and reduce the weight placed on their legs making it easier for them to walk. We encourage your dog to use his/her rear legs to maintain muscle mass and to get exercise, while using their cart your pet will work to develop the muscle in the rear legs and build up their stamina as they exercise. A dog does not need to be fully paralyzed to benefit from using a dog wheelchair. If the rear legs are paralyzed, then the stirrups will keep their legs from dragging.

 

Vendor: Walkin Pets
Type: Large
Size: Large 31.5-81kg FC7-912, Large 31.5-81kg FC7-1212