How to measure a double amputee:
To measure a double rear leg amputee for their rear leg height, hold the dog up into its natural standing position and measure from the ground to its groin.
Establish if the dog has no partial limbs left at all, they usually have the whole leg removed so have smooth amputations.
It can be a bit of trial and error to see what suits some dogs but most start using the Rear Leg Rings with 2x Amputee Covers (if smooth amputations) along with a Belly Support. Advise customer this is sometimes a bit of trial and error to see what suits their dog, so may have to make adaptations eg a Rear Lift Harness could hold them in a bit more securely.
Some customers choose to line the rear supports with fleece or other soft material for added comfort. We also have some rear lift harnesses available which are compatible to clip the rear end into the wheelchair instead of the leg rings, in case she gets on better with this design. So there are options to try, it's often a bit of trial and error to see what suits her.
Add a Belly Support - this offers mid-point support to evenly distribute weight and remove pressure points. This makes make the straps more comfortable
Walkin' Rear lift Harness - great for large heavier dogs. You put the harness on beforehand, then you can simple lift and clip your dog into the wheelchair
Air Tyres for Medium or Large Wheelchairs - great for off-roading and rural countryside paths (or the beach). When wheelchairs get heavier, this can give dogs more grip
Walkin' Front Vest (only small wehelechairs) - a more comfortable option to the kit wheelchair harness
Walker Active Rear Boots - add boots to your dog so they get all the grip possible
Boots for Dragging Paws - put boots on your dogs' back paws to protect them from scraps and bruises
Amputee Cover - to support the dog with a smooth amputation, removing pressure points and adding comfort