Happy Holidays! Does your paraplegic dog have the right lifting harness? It makes a world of difference for your pet’s quality of life. If you can’t easily move your dog outdoors to enjoy the scents and sounds of the neighborhood or boost him in an out of a car, your poor dog could end up housebound. That’s a situation no pet parent wants. My goal is to keep paralyzed dogs as engaged in life as possible.
If you are looking for the perfect product, Lessons From A Paralyzed Dog is seeking a paralyzed dog to demo a new lifting harness. You are invited to apply for this opportunity.
Our friends at Handicapped Pets have asked me to find a dog with significant mobility problems to demo their Walkin’ Lift Combo Harness. This is not a contest. I am looking for one dog and owner to demo the harness and give feedback about it for Handicapped Pets. Of course the dog chosen for the review gets to keep the harness.
How the Walkin’ Lift Combo harness works
The harness gives lifting support for medium and large dogs that weigh 40lbs or more. I like it because it lets you easily lift the front and rear end of a dog at the same time. That’s important when you have a big dog with mobility problems. Taking the work out of carrying your dog means it is easy on your back.
The combo harness is:
- Comfortable for dogs who need to wear a harness for extended periods of time
- Designed from durable material with a fleece lining
- Easy to wash and hang dry
- Made so that a dog is able to urinate and defecate while wearing it
Then the best part of the harness is that it clips directly into a Walkin’ Wheels dog wheelchair.
How to have your dog chosen for the review
Handicapped Pets has asked for an honest review about their Lift Combo Harness. That way they can see how all the benefits of the product work in real life. If you are interested in having your dog chosen for this special project, pay close attention to the details below.
- In the comment section of this story leave your name and your dog’s name and weight. (We need dogs 40lbs or more) Share your dog’s diagnosis, if you know it. Let me know if your dog has full or partial hind end paralysis. Tell me if your dog uses a Walkin’ Wheels wheelchair.
- You must live in the contiguous United States.
- Agree that your dog will use the harness for a period of at least one week.
- Be available during the month of December.
- Be willing and able to take smart phone pictures of your dog using the harness for use in the review.
- Agree to do a telephone interview or email interview with me about the harness.
I am excited Handicapped Pets picked our readers for this project. I will contact the person chosen for the review via the email you leave with your comment.
The deadline for leaving a comment is Friday, December 9, 2016.
Here is a video from Mark C. Robinson, President and founder of Handicapped Pets about the Walkin’ Lift Combo Harness.