Ruff Rollin' Blog: | Archive for November, 2012
November 7th, 2012

Chamberlin is in a Full Support Dog Wheelchair that was built for him because his front legs will never heal normally. However, because he had been left so long without mobility, he needed rehabilitation in his rear legs as well. When his rear has been fully rehabbed, we will simply pull off his rear saddle, and he will have full use of his rear legs. The design that we built for him prevented the Guilford County Animal Hospital from spending more money on a new design once his rear was rehabbed.

Sookie was also dropped off as a stray, and severely abused. She is just a beautiful little girl, and loves her new mobility in her new tiny doggie wheelchair.

Thank you Guilford County Animal Hospital for putting your trust in Ruff Rollin’ Wheelchairs for dogs!

November 7th, 2012

Elmo lives in Mallorca, Spain! Elmo, yes, Elmo, runs a vespa rental company called Bullimoto. How cool is that? Here is a testimony from his dad, after he received his doggie wheelchair.

“the biggest thank you possible to Ruff Rollin! Elmo loves his wheels and is out patrolling the Port. He is now even more famous!”

 

 

 

November 7th, 2012

“Ellie just wants to say thank you for her new wheels. She gets around really well. I was amazed how fast she caught on to her wheels. I have even noticed a huge difference in Ellie’s mood. She is very happy that she can now get around.

 I also want to say that I am very impressed with how well built the Ellie’s cart is. I am attaching some photos of Ellie in her wheels and in the future I hope to send some video.Thank you Again, Mark”

November 7th, 2012
“He was a bit cautious but has already tried running full blast in it. Yikes:)
He really got out and about in it this morning. One of the other dogs found a fresh deer leg and brought to him so after a walk around the neighborhood and stroll through the woods on our path and a good long knaw on deer leg he is passed out:)
Thank you very much”
November 7th, 2012

“My mother, Sherri, purchased a Ruff Rollin chair for our German Shepherd, Legolas, about two weeks ago. I’m attaching some photos of him in his new chair, which he has grown to love! It took him a day or two to get used to it, but now he’s rolling around everywhere with us and the rest of his four-legged family. He even still herds our nigerian goats when we let them out. Legolas was getting very mopey with his bad hips but now he’s back to being the active guy we all love. We have a farm and he is back to herding our goats, chickens, turkeys, and can even follow the horses all over the rocky AZ terrain. Again, thank you guys so much for making his chair for him, You’re amazing, and I cannot thank you enough!”

 

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