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Best Friend Mobility Elite Dog Wheelchair

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Help your best buddy get around with the Best Friend Mobility Elite Dog Wheelchair. Offering rear leg support, this wheelchair includes a deluxe neoprene rear harness for total comfort, while giving him independence and freedom to roam. It also features padded shoulder support and an adjustable neoprene shoulder harness to help bear the weight, plus a fixed padded seat so he’s always steady. The Swiss bearings offer a smooth ride, and the all-terrain pneumatic wheels mean he never has to miss a single adventure—because there’s no reason he can’t enjoy life to the fullest!

Key Benefits

  • Rear support wheelchair made from a lightweight and adjustable non-rust aluminum frame. Easy assembly!
  • Features all-terrain pneumatic wheels and waterproof Swiss bearings for a smooth and steady ride.
  • Easy, clip-on rear harness and triple-thronged adjustable shoulder harness provide comfort and support.
  • Use for assisted walking or full rear leg support with zero rear leg weight bearing. Allows for bathroom use.
  • For conditions including hip dysplasia, arthritis, neurological problems, fractured spine or back, rear amputation or injury.

Cautions

Pets should never be left unsupervised in their wheelchairs.

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  • Item Number
    112789
  • Dimensions
    25 x 19 x 5 inches
  • Weight
    14.0 pounds
  • Breed Size
    Large Breeds
  • Material
    Aluminum

Size

Size Pet Height
XX-Small 8 to 11 inches
X-Small 9 to 14 inches
Small 15 to 17 inches
Medium 16 to 20 inches
Large 20 to 26 inches
X-Large 23 to 29 inches

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17 reviews 17 Reviews 4.4 out of 5 Stars

88% Recommend

88% of reviewersrecommend this product

4.4 / 5

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  • Difficult to use

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    I measured my boxer for this wheelchair and he is 22 inches in height in his rear which qualifies him for a size large wheelchair. First of all, the instructions to put it together were pretty terrible and there is no clear indication how to use the different kind of harnesses. The main support harness is WAY too big for my dog. I had to tighten up the straps as far as they would go. It is so difficult to get him in the chair, it’s almost a 2 person job. The size of the wheelchair just looks too big for him and doesn’t seem to give him much support at all. In fact while in the driveway, one of the hooks from the harness came loose and he fell down and scraped up his leg. I am so disappointed I measured my boxer for this wheelchair and he is 22 inches in height in his rear which qualifies him for a size large wheelchair. First of all, the instructions to put it together were pretty terrible and there is no clear indication how to use the different kind of harnesses. The main support harness is WAY too big for my dog. I had to tighten up the straps as far as they would go. It is so difficult to get him in the chair, it’s almost a 2 person job. The size of the wheelchair just looks too big for him and doesn’t seem to give him much support at all. In fact while in the driveway, one of the hooks from the harness came loose and he fell down and scraped up his leg. I am so disappointed because we are on a very tight budget and $250 is a lot of money for us to pay for something that doesn’t work well for our poor baby. I think with a lot of practice and the right sizing, this wheelchair could work out for him but I’m not convinced. I gave it two stars because the shipping was super fast, it was packaged nicely, and the actual frame of the chair along with the wheels seems very sturdy. … more

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  • Amazing customer service

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    My 14 year old Golden has been losing control of his back legs but still has a lot of energy and spirt, we thought this wheelchair to help him move around. Unfortunately his hip dysplasia was too far along and the wheelchair just made him more anxious. My only regret is not getting this earlier while he still had leg mobility to get him comfortable using it. The wheelchair itself was easy to assemble, straight forward to use, and good quality. Chewy was so helpful and attentive with answering my questions before and after I purchased this wheelchair. I would definitely recommend this product as soon as you notice any hind-leg weakness in your senior dog.

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  • Changed My Dog's Life

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    My elderly dog suddenly lost use of his back legs. He was otherwise healthy, still eating, so we wanted to give him a chance. We carried him around with a harness for a week which was hard on him and us. We decided to try the wheelchair as a last ditch effort. As soon as we got him in the chair, he immediately took off running around the yard. It was amazing! He has even regained strength in his back legs since using the chair. I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT!!!! Handicapped dogs rock.

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    I wasn't for sure if this would be good for our mini schnauzer, but it is great, he has hip problems, so it is hard for him to stand. At first he wouldn't move in it, now he is doing good, he can eat without falling and now he can go up to our other schnauzer, by the way our older dog that uses the wheels is 17 yrs old the younger one is 3. Since the older one can pester the younger one now, I think the younger one wishes he didn't have the wheels, LOL! One thing that I think they could change on the walking wheels is the part that extends out, that you have to use the little hex tool to shorten or make it longer, could be reversed so you can see where to put the hex tool. It's inconvenient it I wasn't for sure if this would be good for our mini schnauzer, but it is great, he has hip problems, so it is hard for him to stand. At first he wouldn't move in it, now he is doing good, he can eat without falling and now he can go up to our other schnauzer, by the way our older dog that uses the wheels is 17 yrs old the younger one is 3. Since the older one can pester the younger one now, I think the younger one wishes he didn't have the wheels, LOL! One thing that I think they could change on the walking wheels is the part that extends out, that you have to use the little hex tool to shorten or make it longer, could be reversed so you can see where to put the hex tool. It's inconvenient it being on the bottom. Other than that, I love it, should have ordered a long time ago. … more

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  • Disappointing

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    I have a 17lbs Boston mix who has a tumor on his spin causing him to lose mobility of his back legs. His height called for a small. The wheels are way too big and overall just too bulky for his size. The stirrups for his feet do not hold his feet back, they just keep slipping and his feet drag. This wheelchair would be great for big dogs.

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  • Excellent Wheelchair

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    The wheelchair is very easy to put together. It is also adjustable for a custom fit for the dog. The wheels move very easily over all types of terrain. I recommend it highly.

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  • Great product!

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    My 90 pound female German Shepherd was diagnosed with degenerative mylopathy. She is currently paralyzed on her back end. I am able to put her in the cart myself. It is an ingenious , intelligently designed cart. I put her hind legs in the provided stirrups so they do not drag on the ground.There are steps going in and out of the house and she is able to go up and down the stair easily with my assistance while she is in the cart. She runs after her ball now. We have taken her on a hike through the woods up a hill. She went over tree roots and through puddles, happily trudging along. It is light,easy to get in and out of the car.I wish I had got the cart for her long ago. She is so much happier My 90 pound female German Shepherd was diagnosed with degenerative mylopathy. She is currently paralyzed on her back end. I am able to put her in the cart myself. It is an ingenious , intelligently designed cart. I put her hind legs in the provided stirrups so they do not drag on the ground.There are steps going in and out of the house and she is able to go up and down the stair easily with my assistance while she is in the cart. She runs after her ball now. We have taken her on a hike through the woods up a hill. She went over tree roots and through puddles, happily trudging along. It is light,easy to get in and out of the car.I wish I had got the cart for her long ago. She is so much happier. I do not know how long she has. How fast the dm will progress. So far she has used the cart for two months and it is worth every penny! … more

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  • Dog wheel chair

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    I cannot believe how good this dog wheelchair is. The day I got it I put it together simple very easy two put together. I put my dog in it for the first time and he took off it didn't even bother him I thought I was going to have to work with them to get them to like it he loves it thank you very much for a beautiful product

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  • My O.G. of the H.V. stides again!

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    My older gal, Zoe, is 14 and has developed some mobility issues with her left rear leg 'folding under/cross-ways' under her body and she falls to the floor. Though she has just enough stamina to go out for a quick potty break, she could no longer, without repeatedly falling, go on walks with the rest of the pack which saddened the entire pack. Enter Best Friend Mobility. My husband was able to put the cart together quite quickly (we also watched a You Tube video) and after some adjustments to meet Zoe's height and needs she is off! Zoe, still walks quite slow due to arthritis, etc. but she walks slowly with a huge smile on her face and no longer falls down (when she is in the cart). She even My older gal, Zoe, is 14 and has developed some mobility issues with her left rear leg 'folding under/cross-ways' under her body and she falls to the floor. Though she has just enough stamina to go out for a quick potty break, she could no longer, without repeatedly falling, go on walks with the rest of the pack which saddened the entire pack. Enter Best Friend Mobility. My husband was able to put the cart together quite quickly (we also watched a You Tube video) and after some adjustments to meet Zoe's height and needs she is off! Zoe, still walks quite slow due to arthritis, etc. but she walks slowly with a huge smile on her face and no longer falls down (when she is in the cart). She even takes this ride over gravel and dirt terrain with no issue and she took to it right away (almost like a new found freedom that she can almost keep up with her siblings again). I highly recommend this cart to any pup who is struggling with rear leg mobility. At 14, she loves to eat and loves her walks and if we can keep her a-walking, and enjoying it, I feel we are saving a portion of her quality of life. She is trying to figure out how to potty while in the cart, but we are working with her on that... Highly recommended! … more

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  • Dog Wheel chair

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    This is really easy to assemble, didn't take my dog long to learn how to get around with it and he has a ball when in his chair and running and playing again. Thank You Chewy for handling all sorts of great products compared to other chairs I looked at this was the best value. Thanks again for helping to make Buddy happy and mobile.

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