Ruff Rollin' Blog: | Archive for March, 2013
March 6th, 2013
March 6th, 2013

This wheelchair was built for a 3.5 pound Chihuahua. Yes, I said 3.5 pound Chihuahua!

March 6th, 2013

Update sent on Noodle July 1, 2013-

“Hello Jason & Sierra,
Noodle (our mini Dachshund), has had a miraculous recovery and no longer has to use the wheelchair. We ordered the wheelchair after the vet told us that she wasn’t in pain and that she probably wouldn’t regain the use of her hind legs.
She did use the wheelchair for approximately 3 weeks before slowly starting to regain the use of her hind legs.  While using the wheelchair she had no problem getting around. 
Thank you for making a great product and taking an interest in your customers.”
John & Darlene
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