FAQ’s about Walkin’ Wheels Dog Wheelchairs

Q. How long can I keep my dog in the cart? Answer: In most cases, a dog can be in the cart up to 1-2 hours each time. This varies quite a bit, though, from dog to dog. It is important to watch for signs of fatigue, weakness or chafing. Some short legged dogs like…

What is IVDD and how can I help my dog with IVDD?

Definition Intervertebral disk disease (IVDD), sometimes referred to as a slipped or herniated disk, refers to a syndrome of pain and neurological problems that accompany degeneration of one or more intervertebral disks. These disks are pillow-like pads that act as shock-absorbers between adjoining vertebrae – the bones that make up the backbone or spine. Intervertebral…

Signs your Dog is in Pain

Learning What to Look For One of the best things we can do to better connect with our canine companions is to learn how to think, look, and listen more like dogs, especially when it comes to pain evaluation. In situations where the pain is more chronic, like bone or joint pain such as arthritis,…

Hip Dysplasia in Dogs – Symptoms and Solutions

Hip dysplasia is one of the most common diseases that we hear about at Zoomadog. Here is a short article about hip dysplasia in dogs, with symptoms and solutions. At Zoomadog we have a fantastic range of natural supplements, hip braces and support aids to help your dog. Hip dysplasia is one of the most common…

How Can Splints Be Vital to Heal Your Dog from Injury?

Veterinary professionals may recommend or utilise splints for a variety of reasons to aid in healing animals. Splints are usually applied below the stifle (knee) on the hind leg, or below the elbow on the front leg. They provide protection and support to an injured area, while keeping the leg in a normal walking angle.…

The Best Wheelchair for Dogs in the UK are Walkin” Wheels from Handicapped pets…..

The Best Wheelchair for Dogs in the UK are Walkin” Wheels from Handicapped pets….. Without a doubt, after all the dog wheelchairs we have tried, the Walking wheels dog wheelchair from Handicapped Pets is by far the most superior product on the market. The wheelchair is beautifully made, sturdy and folds down for easy storage…

Dog Leg Splint for Lower Leg Immobilisation

Injuries to the lower front limbs of dogs are often helped during rehabilitation by using splints or braces. The Walkin’ Front Splints, modelled after human splints, provide stability and support for the lower part of the front limbs in the carpal and front paw areas. The splints sits at  the back of the dog’s front leg and is adjusted with…

Dog Lifting Harness

A dog Lifting harness can be used for a variety of issues, ranging from a sore lower limb to full paralysis. A dog lifting harness helps the dog in and out the house to toilet, as well as up and down stairs, into the car and over obstacles whilst walking. As well as making the…

Trixie Walker Comfort Care Protective Boots

Trixie walker comfort care protective boots are made of hard-wearing neoprene, with artificial leather back and sole. These comfort care boots are designed to supports rapid healing of paw injuries.  These boots are designed for indoor and outdoor use, but if you want a more substantial boot for outdoor use you need the Walker Active boot. These…