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Pet Gear Expedition No-Zip Dog & Cat Stroller

Pet Gear Expedition No-Zip Dog & Cat Stroller

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    Improved quality of life

    By Marie on Dec 6, 2021

    Got this for my elderly & weak dog - she's 50 lbs. & is able to lie down inside the stroller or can sit up and look out the top - this stroller enabled us to bring her on a walk with our other dogs for the 1st time in months - it was breaking my heart to have to leave her behind so this definitely improved Got this for my elderly & weak dog - she's 50 lbs. & is able to lie down inside the stroller or can sit up and look out the top - this stroller enabled us to bring her on a walk with our other dogs for the 1st time in months - it was breaking my heart to have to leave her behind so this definitely improved her quality of life. Great design that she can enter from the back and exit out the front so doesn't need to turn around. However a larger dog over 50 lbs. would only be able to sit up, not lie down inside. … more

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    I Don't Get It

    By Clara on Oct 7, 2021

    I got this stroller two weeks ago after my 31 pound, 12 year old terrier mix tore her cranial cruciate tendon. She's too old for surgery. We lost so much of our quality of life which depends on our walks. How do you get the dog to want to get into that scary enclosure? The stroller doesn't look at all I got this stroller two weeks ago after my 31 pound, 12 year old terrier mix tore her cranial cruciate tendon. She's too old for surgery. We lost so much of our quality of life which depends on our walks. How do you get the dog to want to get into that scary enclosure? The stroller doesn't look at all as open in person as in the photos. And I am unable to understand how a big dog is able to use this. It just isn't that large. Treats worked the first day and I thought we had a winner. It all surprised her and I was able to gently lift and get the last back leg into the unit. But the second day she realized she didn't have to put her back feet inside at all. She could stretch as faaaaaar as possible and get the treat. I'm stuck! I'm at a loss and thinking I have to find one with a better, larger entry system by the larger door. This one seems to have the front wheels too close together for a lame pup to get up into even though that is the end with the larger opening. I'm so hugely disappointed as I imagined me pulling her down to the park, then her getting out to play and sniff a little, then jumping back in to ride home. I feel like for us to get out of this depression at the changes caused by her injuries I've got to find a solution. A stroller of some sort seems like a good answer but of course only if she'll get into one. This is a lovely looking product and seems very well made in general. For a smaller dog that could be picked up and put into it, it's probably great. I gave three stars because of my personal issues, not so much regarding the quality of the stroller. The quality looks good, but it isn't giving us what I'd dreamed of and I'm not sure it can. Continuing to try. … more

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