Ruff Rollin' Blog: | Archive for October, 2012
October 29th, 2012

Large Full Support Wheelchair for sale. Very lightly used, it was built for a 135 lb Rottweiler. If you or anyone that you know is interested, please call me 877-390-7833, as you will need to take some measurements, etc…

The special dog that used this wheelchair is BigBoy2. You might remember him as a service dog to a gentlemen that lost his home and dogs in hurricane Katrina. After he was reunited with the original BigBoy, he lost BigBoy six weeks later. A very nice woman found him another Rottweiler Service Dog, and Brian named him BigBoy2. He served him for the next, I believe, 8 years. Here is the link to his story. Please share, so we can sell his wheelchair and help BigBoy2 live on.

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