Hip Injuries, Dislocation and Joint Disease in Dogs

Hip Dislocation The most common form of dog hip injury is coxofemoral hip luxation, this is also known as hip dislocation. This happens when the head of the femur, which is a ball at the end of the thigh bone, ruptures or pulls away from the ligaments attaching it in the socket of the pelvis.…

Walkabout rear lift harness for Dogs

The Walkabout dog harness is a fantastic product if your dog is suffering from loss of mobility in the rear legs and is struggling to walk. This harness takes of the weight off the rear legs, and keeps your dog walking further for longer The Walkabout rear lift Harness for dogs, has been recommended by…

Dermagic System for Dogs Suffering with Black Skin Disease

The Dermagic System is a revolutionary four-step process designed specifically for dogs with aggressive skin conditions such as black skin disease. Does your dog suffer from black skin disease, or other aggressive canine skin conditions that cause hair loss, rawness and itching? The Dermagic range of products is proven to relieve your dogs pain and…

Dog Leg Supports & Splints

Many dogs may need a leg support or splint to aid their recovery. Be it for post surgery support or after injury, and often to prevent injury in the first place. Many sports and agility dogs will wear a light support on the from legs to prevent injury and to help support the lower leg…

Dog Drying Bath Robe/ Dressing Gown

Our super soft microfibre dog drying gowns do not restrict movement, but they do soak up water, catch sand and mud and protect your car and home. These drying gowns are super comfortable for your dog, super easy for you to use, and of course they look very cool! Even better is that they start…

Gingerlead Support Sling for Dogs

The GingerLead dog support sling is a walking harness for your dog. The GingerLead is the best assistive walking harness if your dog has lost rear leg mobility, as its simple to use and doubles up as a lead so you only need to use the one product. The Gingerlead is a soft padded belly…

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,…