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Foam Tyres - Dog Walkin' Wheelchair (replacement set of two)

Original price £25.00 - Original price £55.00
Original price
£25.00
£25.00 - £55.00
Current price £25.00
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Foam Tyres are made of hard plastic and are compatible with the Walkin Dog Wheelchair. Purchase an extra set as replacements. Foam tyres are light and easy for your dog to pull when they're in their wheelchair. Foam tyres are excellent for all dogs on pavements or road walks. They are particularly good for mini and small dog wheelchairs as they are light and complement the smaller dog breeds.

Bolts are not included, please purchase bolts here.

Struts are not included, please purhcase struts here.

  • Four sizes: 4”, 8”, 12” and 16” inch diameter
  • Great for pavements and flat surfaces for your dog
  • These foam types don’t get punctures
  • No struts included
  • Set of two tyres

🚚 £3.50 Delivery or £15 Next Day Delivery 🌎 Worldwide shipping

Customer Reviews

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Claire Reidie
Brilliant

Easy to fix and makes the cart so much more stable . I’m so pleased I got them . A little boy the other day said “look mummy that dogs got a bike” it’s still making me chuckle now xxxx

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Dean Pugh
Foam tyres

I think they are ok

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Sue Twyman
Good!

Service great.
Got our own bolts etc., as sturdier (& cheaper).
Could have done with a 10" wheel, as 8' too small & 12" slightly too big, but have adjusted to fit.
Larger wheels definitely better! Viva managing the rough ground much better with the larger wheels.

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Sharon
Not so smooth.

It's good they are lighter than the air tyres, but they don't go as smoothly over bumps, ridges, etc, as there's no give in them because they are solid.

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Yvette Brown
Wheels to go!

Excellent hard wearing wheels. Mistee is a very active girl and these wheels take her over all types of terrain. We find them better than the pneumatic ones because they don't puncture