Best Friend Mobility Dog WheelchairBest Friend Mobility world class dog wheelchairs are the best quality and most affordable on the market today. With our Dog Wheelchairs, your best friend can run and play again. He or she can live a full, rich, happy life of play and exercise. If you are caring for a best friend who has mobility issues and needs a dog wheelchair for any reason, we can provide you with pet mobility solutions that fit your pet and your budget. Best Friend Mobility wheelchairs offer you and your dog amazing benefits.Best Friend Mobility pet wheelchairs were designed by an orthopedic veterinary surgeon. Our wheelchairs are indicated for a large range of mobility issues, from arthritis to spinal problems, weakness, surgery, etc. Our wheelchairs are built from hyperlight aircraft-grade aluminum, stainless steel hardware, and industrial-grade pneumatic tires for serious durability. Can be set for assisted weight bearing while your pet is recovering from surgery or trauma, or complete non-weight bearing as needed. This cart will fit 95% of dogs within the suggested weight ranges. It is not necessary to measure your dog. If your dog is between the suggested weight range, then this cart should adjust to fit. It has 2.5" high-quality polyurethane wheels, padded shoulder support, double-thronged neoprene adjustable shoulder harness, and built-in double rear adjustable padded leg harness. Both male and female dogs can still go to the bathroom comfortably in this rear harness. This cart can be used for assisted or partial weight bearing for neurological deficiency or weakness and rehabilitation of the rear legs. Also, if your dog is fully non-weight bearing on his/her rear legs, the rear leg straps would also be used. Our dog wheelchairs are for pets with normal front leg strength. Lightweight and non-corroding aluminum, very light and rugged. The cart adjusts length, width, and height with a hex wrench.This dog wheelchair is ideal for dogs with hip dysplasia, arthritis, rehabilitation, neurological problems like osteomyelitis or degenerative myelopathy, fractured spine/back, rear limb amputee, ligamentous injury like PCL or ACL, thoracic or lumbar disc injury, and any other condition that results in rear leg pain or weakness.