RUFF ROLLIN’offershope to dogs (and their persons!) who have completely lost or have limited mobility due to injury or disease. Our goal is to provide the highest quality of life for your dog. We guarantee unbeatable personal care, before, during, and after your purchase.
Building wheelchairs for dogs is what we do. Our three designs include a Rear Support Wheelchair for hind end support, a Front Support Wheelchair for forelimb support, and a Full Support Wheelchair for full support. Our wheelchairs are NOT “one size fits all”. We believe every dog deserves a wheelchair that is custom fit to his or her specific build and designed to fit his or her specific needs. In addition, we have incorporated an adequate amount of adjustability into the wheelchairs, as we realize measuring a dog is not an exact science. Fit and comfort are most important for your dog, so we will build your dog a wheelchair that will provide the highest level of comfort in the industry. We are here to offer guidance with the measuring, as well as follow up on the fit. Just give us a call, and we can help. Finally, we provide an unbeatable return policy, ensuring you can purchase with confidence.
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When asked “WHY DO YOU DO WHAT YOU DO?” I say “I GET TO ADD THE SPARKLE BACK!” “If I could have taken a picture of the sparkle in my dog (GSDX) Mindy’s eyes when she realized that those wheels where giving her the freedom to move, run and play ball again, it would have said it all! She had become depressed because of her Degenerative Myelopathy and was not able to chase squirrels or play ball anymore and Ruff Rollin’ changed all that for her. She was sick for 1.5years with DM and she used her wheels [... more]
All of our Rear Support Wheelchairs are convertible into a Full Support Design. The typical case where this might happen is with a progressive disease such as degenerative myelopathy. Degenerative myelopathy of dogs is a slowly progressive, non-inflammatory, and painless, degeneration of the myelin sheath that surrounds the spinal cord. It is most commonly seen in German Shepherds and Welsh Corgis, although is occasionally recognized in other breeds such as Boxers The cause is unknown, although genetic factors are suspected. The early onset usually occurs later than age 5 and usually begins with a slight knuckling over of the rear feet. You [... more]