Walkin' Wheels Dog Wheelchairs from Walkin' Pets are easy to build, fully adjustable, and are recommended by veterinarians, clinics, and pet professionals alike.
This CORGI 4-wheel Wheelchair will provide full support for Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Cardigan Welsh Corgi breeds who weigh 9-19kg, 20-40lbs, have a rear leg height of 15-28cm, 6-11 inches, and measure 43-56cm, 17-22 inches from armpit to rump.
Available in Camo, Pink, and Blue.
- Ideal for helping disabled pets get exercise and for rehabilitation for injured pets while they are healing.
- Only two measurements required
- Fully adjustable in height, length, and width
- Fits pets weighing from 9-19kg, 20-40 lbs
- Wheelchair Frame made of durable, lightweight extruded aluminium
- Easy to resell because it can be adjusted and used on other dogs
- All wheelchair parts are washable
- Available in Pink or Blue or Camo
View PDF manual for CORGI Wheelchairs.
Measuring your dog
In addition to your dog's weight, only two measurements are required: Rear Leg Height (to 'Fold of Flank', the crease where the upper-thigh meets the stomach), and Armpit to Rump. The diagram and video below show how to take these measurements accurately (we do ask that you provide these measurements when you place your order as this helps us to confirm the correct frame size).
We have personal experience of Walkin' Wheels wheelchairs, and the positive effect they can have on dogs' lives. Our GSD, Daisy, suffers from DM (Degenerative Myelopathy, also known as chronic degenerative radiculomyelopathy - CDRM), which is an incurable, progressive condition that affects the spinal cord in dogs.
Daisy started to lose coordination in her hind legs (ataxia), and as this has worsened, she is now unable to walk. Her condition is completely painless, and one of the real tragedies of her condition is that in every other respect, she is a healthy, happy, 10-year-old GSD.
Would your dog benefit from a Walkin' Wheels Dog Wheelchair? Here are some dogs that do!
UK delivery only. Please contact us for delivery to other regions.
The metal parts of the wheelchair are warranted for five years against defects in workmanship (with the exception of normal wear and tear). Other parts including tyres and soft goods (such as harnesses and straps) are guaranteed for 3 months subject to normal wear and tear. This Warranty is non-transferable.