HandicappedPets.com realized pet parents need a little guidance in making these decisions so they added a new interactive feature to their website called the, “Where Does It Hurt?” Wizard. The wizard is easy to use and it quickly points pet owners to products that will make life easier for specific problems.
When Sophie became paralyzed in 2008 there were only a handful of options for me to keep her dry. We had disposable and washable diapers or pee pads. It was easy to make a decision.
Today there are disposable and washable diapers, belly bands, drag bags, bloomers and even special beds. The choices can be overwhelming and we’re only talking about products for incontinence. Wait until you see all of the selections for lifting or moving your dog.
Where Does It Hurt? Wizard
“Where Does It Hurt?” uses new interactive technology. Customers go to a page on the website where they are presented with a picture of a virtual dog. They simply click on the part of the dog in need of help and a drop down menu appears with a list of all the products that can assist in solving that specific problem. A double-click takes them directly to a detailed explanation of each item, the sizes it comes in and how to place an order.
The wizard technology is designed to make shopping easier and more organized for pet parents. It’s also fun to use.
Mark Robinson, President and CEO of Handicapped Pets, says “as Pet Caretakers from around the world send us their ideas and inventions, we struggle with keeping the website organized so they can find the products they need. Now, with our “Where Does It Hurt?” feature, everyone can easily find the ideal solutions to give their pets the happy, healthy lives they deserve.”
Handicapped Pets sells more than 250 products for disabled dogs and cats. The company’s main goal is to make sure pet parents have a positive experience online and with the merchandise they choose. Sophie and I personally used many of their products during the time of her illness.
HandicappedPets.com provides dog wheelchairs, lifting harnesses, boots, diapers, and a wide range of products to help aging, disabled, and injured pets live the happy, healthy life they deserve.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post and I am not being paid by HandicappedPets.com. I am a fan of their products and used them for five years during my dog’s illness. I also have an affiliate association with the company.