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|Corgis on Wheels Online Store Get the latest Corgis on Wheels calendar and related gifts and clothing at our Wheelcorgis shop!
|Best Cheap Carts? There are some cheap cart makers around, including some who have gotten their carts into big box stores. Beware! Some are bad copies of good carts, not what you want for your best friend ,however much mobility is needed. Others are original and very poor designs. Some are even missing leg support. If you find a cart selling for 50-75% of the makers listed here, and think it looks just as good, think again, and if you aren’t sure, email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for our opinion. In most cases, you won’t save $200, you will spend an extra $200 before you buy the cart your corgi really needs.
|Doggon Wheels 1-888-7-DOGGON (888-736-4466) (US and Canada) Email doggon@ doggon.com Two wheel, four-wheel, convertible, and counterbalanced carts with a soft saddle that can be used to support the dog outside the cart.
|Eddie’s Wheels Toll-free: 888-211-2700 Local Phone: 413-625-0033 Carts with a solid support saddle. They can build two-wheeled, four-wheeled, front-wheeled, and counterbalanced carts. Custom colors available!
|Humble Hound Flow Through Crate Pad These crate pads allow pee to flow through to a towel or pee pad below the bed, and help to keep your incontinent corgi dry and clean.
|K-9 Cart Company East Toll-free: 866-K9-CARTS /866-592-2787 email:email@example.com Newly redesigned K-9carts , half the weight of the original K9cart.
|K9Carts (West) Toll free 800-578-6960 K9Carts has a very nice design that is lightweight and easily adjustable, can be upgraded to a front extension (front wheels that swivel) or a full-four wheel cart.
|Peke a Tsu 911 belly bands Fun patterns in belly bands for male corgis. These work great with a Poise pad (or half a Poise pad.)
|PetGear Strollers Pet Gear makes several useful strollers. The AT3 is large enough for a big corgi (or two smaller ones.) The Sportster or Special edition folds easily for carrying in a smaller vehicle but tends to fit the smaller corgis better. We prefer the single front wheel (or double but centered wheels.)
|Protect-a-Pet bag Also available from K9 Cart Company East- theirs is a bit larger and has ventilation.
|Ruffrollin 877-390-RUFF, firstname.lastname@example.org Ruffrollin has many years of experience in the cart industry. They make a soft-saddle cart and have a good front-extension option, making it a good choice for corgis with DM. Located in Bozeman, Montana.
|Ruffwear Doubleback Harness The Doubleback harness was designed for search and rescue dogs but provides excellent support for disabled corgis. Measure carefully, and buy from a site that allows returns as it is NOT one-size-fits-all. The regular Ruffwear harness may also be useful.
|WalkinWheels Walkin Wheels makes a highly adjustable cart that works well for larger corgis. If your corgi is 13 inches or taller, the cart may work for you. Ask for eight inch wheels. The WW mini is also now available but isn’t really designed for corgis. It does fit the smaller corgis. Front wheels are available for all sizes of carts.
|Toegrips Toegrips help senior or slightly disabled dogs to keep their footing on slick floors. They may also improve proprioception. They simply (with a little effort and lubrication!) slip over the toenails. Great for the early stage of DM or IVDD type II, or for dogs recovering from IVDD or other disorders.
|Wheelcorgi fabric! Rusticorgi on Spoonflower designed some special Corgis on Wheels fabric for us.
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