LINKS TO OUR MOST IMPORTANT WEBSITES. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS AND GREAT PRODUCTS TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR DISABLED PET!
Helpful Products for Disabled Pets
Website for finding “Piddle pants”. These really nice overalls are the most helpful thing for keeping diapers in place you will ever find!
This is a fantastic, educational website about Dachshunds and disabled pets. The owner, Barbara has written a book about her paralyzed doxie, Frankie. You will love what she has to say!
This is a great resource site for slings and boots in the UK. For our overseas clients.
Wendy’s wonderful hand made dog beds for burrowing breeds. Doxies just love them because they can be covered up in them.
Wonderful handmade harness for helping your larger dog walk. Big dog owners, this is the one you have been looking for!
Miscellaneous Sites for Pets & Pet Owners
How to choose the right pet. Detailed tips on choosing the right dog, cat, rabbit or hamster.
Dog apparel from jackets to crates and health supplies.
All Texas Dachshund Rescue
Dachshund Rescue-North America
Our mission is to help English Bulldogs through education, prevention, intervention and adoption.
Chained Dog Rescue. ADOPT A RESCUE DOG! They need loving homes.
Great Rabbit Site. Special section on disabled bunnies!
Just an example of how people all over the world love their pets. We have sent several of our wheelchairs to the nice people who help disabled stray dogs. please take a look at their wonderful work! It will warm your heart.
Most informative site you will find about IVDD and there’s lots of moral support here too!
Learn about DM (Degenerative Myelopathy)
Official site of the University of Missouri. Very interesting studies on dogs with Degenerative Myelopathy.
Site has answers about alternative treatments. Provided by Dr. Wasserman, human/pet chiropractor.
American College of Veterinary surgeons. Use this site to find a board certified surgeon in your area. Easy to use, official site.
Healthcare resources from Veterinary Technicians. Use this great resource to look up health questions about your pet.