Ruff Rollin' Blog: | Archive for December, 2011
December 31st, 2011

“We have taken Danny to the beach near Malibu a few times now, with great success. The wheelchair manuvers so nicely in the wet and dry sand! Everyone on the beach stops to admire our lucky dog. It is a joy to see him so happy and involved in life. The happiness he brings others by just being himself, overcoming his obstacles, is priceless. People stop us all the time and ask about his chair, we can’t say enough about your product and your customer service.”

Thanks again for your help-


December 31st, 2011

Fio recently passed from health complications due to his disability. He was in a Ruff Rollin’ Wheelchair for seven months. Just prior to his passing, Fio was named “Mayor of the Dog Park” for raising the most donations.

“Thank you so much for giving Fio many more months of playing, running, hiking, and walking. In the last few weeks, the only time he really lit up was when he was in his Ruff Rollin’ chair. Your constant attention to fit and timeliness meant so much to me.

Thanks for helping Fio and for helping me,”

December 31st, 2011

This is a recent entry for the “Life is Ruff” photo contest. It’s great proof that your dog can still be a dog!

December 31st, 2011

“WOO-HOO! Our sweet Danny just had his first walk around the neighborhood in over a year! It was so amazing to see him out in the world sniffing at the bushes and doing what dogs do. We couldn’t be happier for him and for us. It is so wonderful to have our dog back to enjoying life to the fullest. He seems to have a look of such happiness on his face and pride in his accomplishment of walking again. He has regained his dignity and independence, this is no small thing for a proud German Shepherd. Thank you so much for all that you do for dogs and their families. Danny will be tired out and have happy dog dreams tonight. We can’t wait to try again tomorrow.
Thank you again for your help and support throughout this process.”
Catherine and Tom ( and Danny, too!)

December 31st, 2011


” I wanted to thank Ruff Rollin” for such an excellent product.  One of my client’s dogs suffered an cartilagenous infarct and was unable to walk on her own for months.  Being a large Rottweiler this was a difficult situation.  Your cart helped her with her recovery by giving her mobility while she regained her ability to walk on her own.  She even played fetch while using your cart!  My client is very grateful and said she was extremely pleased with your customer support.”


Mark J McCloskey DVM

Beechwold Veterinary Hospital

Columbus, OH 43214

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