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My Pug has Spinal Problems that have Caused Weakness in his Back Legs. He can walk but he's unstable and he sits a Lot. I think a set of wheels for walk time will get him moving more and allow him to play. Should I send you a video of him?

My Pug has Spinal Problems that have Caused Weakness in his Back Legs. He can walk but he's unstable and he sits a Lot. I think a set of wheels for walk time will get him moving more and allow him to play. Should I send you a video of him?

Thank you for writing about your pug with spinal problems.

We find pug owners who take the plunge and get a dog wheelchair see a significant difference to their dog’s mobility and quality of life.

On the pug dog wheelchair page you can see several videos of pugs who are dashing around happily in their wheels. It sounds as if your pug would greatly benefit from having a wheelchair and it would allow him to keep up with his pug family and continue to play with them. 

Once you decide to order a wheelchair, we’ll need a few measurements from you to ensure that the pug wheelchair is configured correctly for your dog’s specific size. We will need your pug’s weight, ATR (armpit to rump) measurement and back leg measurement (not fully extended, but as if your pug was standing normally. You can take this measurement with your pug lying down). Here’s a diagram to show you how to measure your pug.

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https://zoomadog.co.uk/products/dog-wheelchair-pug

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