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Dr. Shawn was a high school dropout who became an Army officer, veterinarian and hero to a dog that needed a wheelchair. #petsforvets   #walkinwheels  #handicappedpets +Pets for Patriots 
Shawn is a veteran who overcame tremendous personal odds in her life. It was perhaps not surprising when she adopted a dog named Crixus who was left to die...
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...and not just any wheelchair, but one from our friends at +HandicappedPets.com that Crixus can grow into!
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Now that she has a Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair, Calla simply needs a home! #walkinwheels  #rescuedog #handicappedpets 
A dog found on the side of a road in Tucson, is proving there is always hope even in the most dire of situations. Now the rescue group who saved the animal, Team up for Tucson, wants others to know...
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Our thanks to +WMUR-TV for their continuing coverage of Keebler - a stray, paralyzed dachshund searching for a new home! #handicappedpets   #walkinwheels  
A stray dog found in Nashua last month is ready for adoption, according to the Humane Society for Greater Nashua.
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"My message here is this — if a gold standard procedure is not accessible or affordable to you, don’t let that make you feel inferior if you have to choose a lesser option to save your pet’s life." - Dr. Richardson ‪#‎walkinwheels‬ ‪#‎handicappedpets‬ ‪#‎droptheg‬
When dog spinal surgery is needed, Gold Standards, such as MRI, are not always necessary, and alternatives do exist when finances are a concern.
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Meet the Goatcart Twins - Wanda and Aldo.  #walkinwheels   #handicappedpets   #droptheg  
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Top Five Products for Paralyzed Pets! #seniordog   #walkinwheels   #handicappedpets  
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Meet our handicapped pet of the week - http://www.handicappedpets.com/pet-of-the-week-calla.html
105 NH-101A #18, Amherst, NH 03031
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Help and advice for caregivers of elderly, disabled and injured pets is just a click away at HandicappedPets.com #handicappedpets  
Do you sometimes feel as though you are the only person in the world who understands the unique joy and challenges of caring for a pet with special needs?  Would you like to chat with other pet owners who are experiencing similar situations?  Since 2001, the Help and Advice Forum at HandicappedPets.com has been connecting …
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Have you considered canine rehab therapy for your dog that is suffering from a degenerative condition?  Even dogs using wheelchairs can benefit from rehab.  #walkinwheels   #dogwheelchair   #handicappedpets  
The benefits of canine rehabilitative therapy most often conjure up images of dogs that have suffered a paralyzing injury and are working towards walking on their own again. Less often, do dog owners consider rehabilitative therapy for their canine companions that are diagnosed with degenerative conditions such as arthritis, hip dysplasia or degenerative myelopathy. Since …
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First and only dog in a wheelchair to summit Mt. Washington is featured in this story! #walkinwheels   #handicappedpets   #droptheg  
May 3 is National Specially Abled Pets Day. It’s a day that celebrates the amazing lives of pets with disabilities. In recognition of special-needs pets, here are stories of animals who have defied their physical limitations to inspire others.
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Video alert! Cheer along as Keebler the homeless dachshund takes his first steps! At HandicappedPets.com, we believe that a paralyzed dog deserves a second chance just as much as any other dog that finds itself in a homeless situation.  #walkinwheels   #handicappedpets   #droptheg  
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105 Route 101A #18 Amherst, NH 03031
105 Route 101A #18USNHAmherst03031
(603) 577-8854handicappedpets.com
Pet Supply StoreToday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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Everything you need to help you care for an elderly, disabled, or injured dog, cat, or pet.
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9 months ago
I have a very badly arthritic dog that cannot walk any long distances. My husband ordered the walkin' wheels hoping it would assist her. My husband saw that they advertised a 14 day trial period and figured it was worth the try. The unit comes boxed in many parts and was incredibly difficult to put together. Unfortunately, she would not move in the wheelchair. When we finally were able to get her to move...she fell over in the uneven areas where we walk. If putting it together was difficult...reboxing it was just as bad. They did advertise a 14 day trial, but the fine print states they could charge up to a 35% restocking fee (which came out to be $139.00)
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Response from the owner - 3 weeks ago
We apologize for your experience as we pride ourselves on excellent customer service. We were not aware of your feedback here until recently and are now carefully monitoring comments. Should we be able to assist you in the future, please do not hesitate to call us at 888-253-0777. We are always available to answer questions and to assist with any adjustments needed to make dogs comfortable and able to successfully use our products.