Haute Wheels Dog Wheelchair


Benefits:

  • Wheelchairs allow your dog to get some much needed exercise. They can build muscle in their legs which makes getting around much easier and reduces atrophy, or the reduction of muscle in key areas. 
  • Your dog can get around post-surgery if they just underwent an operation. They can also attend physical therapy sessions in their wheelchair to increase their mobility
  • Since your dog will be able to get around much more easily, they will experience less pain and stress. Dragging themselves to get around is painful and stressful on their joints, it can also cause abrasions to their limbs from constantly being dragged. 
  • Your dog will be much happier since they will become more independent. They will be able to get back to some of their favorite activities without being in pain or work too hard.
  • The wheelchair holds your dog’s spine in a better alignment than scooting or dragging themselves. This helps slow the progression of some spinal injuries and disorders, such as IVDD or Degenerative Myelopathy.
  • Wheelchairs provide added balance which can prevent further injury to the spine and can prevent secondary injury to the front limbs since they won’t have to work as hard.

Conditions:

  • Senior dogs and dogs with joint issues
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Arthritis
  • Paralysis
  • Intervertebral Disc Disease
  • Neurological Issues
  • Surgical Recovery
  • Hip and Spine Injuries
  • Poor Balance and Stability
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
  • General difficulty walking
  • Degenerative Myelopathy
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Hind limb amputation
  • Neurological disorders
  • Lumbosacral Syndrome

Details

Benefits:

  • Wheelchairs allow your dog to get some much needed exercise. They can build muscle in their legs which makes getting around much easier and reduces atrophy, or the reduction of muscle in key areas. 
  • Your dog can get around post-surgery if they just underwent an operation. They can also attend physical therapy sessions in their wheelchair to increase their mobility
  • Since your dog will be able to get around much more easily, they will experience less pain and stress. Dragging themselves to get around is painful and stressful on their joints, it can also cause abrasions to their limbs from constantly being dragged. 
  • Your dog will be much happier since they will become more independent. They will be able to get back to some of their favorite activities without being in pain or work too hard.
  • The wheelchair holds your dog’s spine in a better alignment than scooting or dragging themselves. This helps slow the progression of some spinal injuries and disorders, such as IVDD or Degenerative Myelopathy.
  • Wheelchairs provide added balance which can prevent further injury to the spine and can prevent secondary injury to the front limbs since they won’t have to work as hard.

Conditions:

  • Senior dogs and dogs with joint issues
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Arthritis
  • Paralysis
  • Intervertebral Disc Disease
  • Neurological Issues
  • Surgical Recovery
  • Hip and Spine Injuries
  • Poor Balance and Stability
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
  • General difficulty walking
  • Degenerative Myelopathy
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Hind limb amputation
  • Neurological disorders
  • Lumbosacral Syndrome

Sizing

Sizing Guide:

*Breed examples are SUGGESTIONS ONLY, two dogs from the same breed may fit into different sizes. Please be sure you are accurately measuring your dog. Weights are suggestions only to help categorize healthy weight dogs.

LENGTH - Measure from the base of the tail to the middle of the shoulder along the side of the dog.

HEIGHT - Measure from the base of front foot to top of the shoulders.

WIDTH - Measure between the shoulders or the widest area of the body. 

Size
Dog's Height
Dog's Width
Dog's Length
Dog's Weight
Examples of Breeds
Wheelchair Dimensions
Wheelchair Weight
XXS
6" - 9"

4.75" - 5.9"

7" - 11.75"

4.5lbs - 11lbs

Teacup & Toy Breeds

Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Yorkshire Terriers, Pekingese, etc

6” (W) x 10” (L) x 5.25” (H) -
7.5” (W) x 13” (L) x 10” (H)

2.30 lbs

XS

9" - 13.75"

5.5" - 6.75"

9" - 15.75"

8.75lbs - 17.5lbs

Miniature Breeds 

Shih Tzu, Bichon Frise, Miniature Pinscher, etc

7.25” (W) x 12.75” (L) x 7.25” (H) -
10” (W) x 16.75” (L) x 13.5” (H)

3.00 lbs

XSLW

9" - 13.75"

6.75" - 9"

9" - 15.75"

17.5lbs - 31lbs

Long, Barrel Chested Breeds

Dachshund, Corgi, French Bulldog, Basset Hounds, etc

8.75” (W) x 15” (L) x 8” (H) -
11” (W) x 20.25” (L) x 15.5” (H)

3.90 lbs

S

13" - 17.25"

6.75" - 9"

11.75" - 19.75"

31lbs - 40lbs

Small Breeds
 

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Beagles, English Cocker Spaniel, Standard Schnauzer, etc

9.5” (W) x 17”(L) x 10.25” (H) -
12.5” (W) x 22.25” (L) x 18.5” (H)

4.90 lbs

M

15.75" - 19.75"

8.75" - 11"

11.75" - 19.75"

40lbs - 51lbs

Medium Breeds

Pitbull, Border Collie, Labrador Retriever, Golden Retriever

12” (W) x 21” (L) x 12” (H) -
16.5” (W) x 29.5” (L) x 21.25” (H)

7.75 lbs

L

19.75" - 24.5"

11" - 13.75"

17.75" - 27.5"

51lbs - 110lbs

Large Breeds

German Shepherd, Boxer, Standard Poodle, etc)

13.25” (W) x 25.25” (L) x 14” (H) -
17.75” (W) x 33.5” (L) x 27” (H) 

9.20 lbs

XL

23.5" - 28.5"

11" - 15.75"

17.75" - 27.5"

51lbs - 110lbs

Giant Breeds 

Great Dane, Saint Bernard, Newfoundland, etc

13” (W) x 25” (L) x 23” (H) -
17.5” (W) x 33.5” (L) x 27.5” (H)

12.40 lbs

Shipping Options

Standard

Our standard shipping is FREE and will be shipped via Fedex Ground.

Orders will be shipped within the next business day. (ONLY MON.-FRI.)

FedEx 2Day

We offer two-business-day delivery through FedEx for $30.00. 

Orders placed after 12 PM (CST) will be shipped the next business day. (ONLY MON.-FRI.)

NO DELIVERIES ON SATURDAY OR SUNDAY.

FedEx Overnight

We offer next-business-day delivery through FedEx for $60.00. 

Orders placed after 12 PM (CST) will be shipped the next business day. (ONLY MON.-FRI.)

NO DELIVERIES ON SATURDAY OR SUNDAY.

International

Due to long transit times and customs hold-ups, we only offer International Express so that we can provide you with a tracking number. The shipping and handling cost for our International Express shipping option is $55.00USD to $85.00USD and usually takes about 7 business days to arrive.

Reviews

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FAQs:

Will my dog fit through a door? 

With some practice, yes. Initially, your dog may run into the door frame with their wheelchair or catch their wheels on the corner. Monitor your dog while they attempt to go through doorways to prevent them from catching a wheel and tipping over. 

Can my dog use the bathroom when in the wheelchair?

Yes. Your dog will be able to go to the bathroom in their wheelchair with minimal mess. It may take some adjusting to get used to going in the wheelchair but your dog will be able to. 

Can my dog sit or lie down in the wheelchair?

No, our wheelchair is not designed to be a sitting or laying wheelchair. When your dog wants or needs to sit down, you will need to take them out of their wheelchair for a break.

Can my dog use their hind legs?

If your dog still has some mobility in their hind legs, then your dog can put them on the ground while in their wheelchair. However, if your dog is dragging their feet, you should use the foot straps to prevent their feet from getting scratches. 

How long will it take for my dog to become accustomed to their wheelchair?

It depends on your dog. Some dogs may take to their wheelchair within a few days, others may take much longer. We recommend that the first two days should be introducing the wheelchair to your dog. Once they are comfortable around the wheelchair, then you can start having them move around for 5-10 minute periods throughout the day for the next few days.

 

How long can my dog be in the wheelchair during the day?

Once your dog is fully acclimated to their wheelchair, they can use it for up to an hour at a time during moderate to high activity with at least a 15 minute break between uses so they can sit or lay down. This amount may differ for some dogs as they may want more/less time in their wheelchair based on their individual activity level.

Can I leave my dog unattended in their wheelchair?

No. Your dog may get stuck or tip over, they also require assistance to sit or lay down so you should never leave your dog unattended in their wheelchair. Always stay close to your dog when introducing your dogs wheelchair to new playmates. 

Can my dog play with other dogs while in their wheelchair?

The short answer is yes. However, new dogs may be unsure about your dogs wheelchair and may need time to feel comfortable playing with your dog and their wheelchair.