As for many of us, when our families grow and our children grow older, as do our pets. We all own “senior” pets at our homes and remain in love with them until the old age of our lives.
Our little one, Dexter, is turning 15, and we’re striving to help make Dexter’s last years as fun as possible. Perhaps YOU are in your home doing the exact in your “senior” pets.
The first thing we tried to do to help Dex was to buy him a pet pushchair. Yes, we purchased him a stroller for his pet. Dexter enjoys going out for walks; however, his legs, eyes, and ears do not cooperate, so we needed to assist him.
The first thing we tried to do to aid our Dex was to purchase some wheels. Yes, we bought the stroller for him to use as a pet. Dexter enjoys going out for walks; however, his eyes, legs, and ears do not cooperate, so we needed to aid him.
April was kind enough to come out to us, and a family member gave us an animal stroller to test out. It’s a blessing for Dex to be able to walk in the sunshine, and see (not so great) the surrounding area, and breathe in the fresh air to activate his brain. It also helps our dog sleep when stimulated by walking but without straining the body. Instead, he can sit back and takes in the scenery.
The best thing about this pet stroller is that it comes with the feature of a “leash” built inside the stroller’s seat that allows you to be tied to the collar of your pet, and it won’t let them jump attack the. It also has a net to keep bugs away, and the roof is designed to prevent the sun and rain from their heads. It’s the perfect option for your pet’s senior to enjoy the world but not risk injuries.
Another plus is that we can get our steps walking him around, which is a “win gain” for us. Do you take your pets for walks in their very individual “stroller”? Would love to hear about your experiences about what you do with the “senior” pet.