- SHOCK ABSORBING
- EASY TO ASSEMBLE
Pet Gear thought of everything when manufacturing the No-Zip NV Pet Stroller. One of the coolest features is the Air Ride tires that make it easy to go for a jog or a long walk on rough terrain with your dog. The Air Ride tires add extra comfort and are akin to shocks on a car — without Air Ride your pup is likely in for a bumpy ride if you opted to run. A...
- EASY TO ASSEMBLE
- SHOCK ABSORBING
Pet Gear thought of everything when manufacturing the No-Zip NV Pet Stroller. One of the coolest features is the Air Rid...
- Smooth Riding
The VIVO Three Wheel Pet Stroller comes with a nice amount of storage underneath the carrier space, which is great when going for a long walk or jog with your dog. Known for being a great value compared to other strollers, the VIVO Three Wheel Pet Stroller is also super stylish. It comes in five fun colors, so you'll be chauffeuring your dog around in style,...
The roomy interior features a foam padded bottom, keeping canines up to 30 pounds extra comfortable on the go.What Humans Love:
A center tray and large bottom basket offer storage for on-the-go items, plus the stroller itself folds up flat to store easily at home.
The VIVO Three Wheel Pet Stroller comes with a nice amount of storage underneath the carrier space, which is great when ...
- Heavy Duty
The HPZ Pet Rover Heavy Duty Dog Stroller sports all the bells and whistles of a high-quality, durable stroller and is made with stainless steel and aluminum alloy. You won't find a pet stroller made from stronger material. It also boasts a human-grade suspension system with Comfort-Ride wheels, so your pup — regardless of size — will always have a smoot...
Big dogs, or even multiple dogs at a time, can go for a ride in style thanks to the 75-pound weight limit.What Humans Love:
Features like a rigid steel frame and convertible-size pet compartment combine durability and versatility in a way owners love.
The HPZ Pet Rover Heavy Duty Dog Stroller sports all the bells and whistles of a high-quality, durable stroller and is m...
- Panoramic Viewing
The Pet Gear No-Zip Happy Trails Lite Pet Stroller is designed for dogs weighing less than 25 pounds, so this will not work for your Boxer. The stroller has a fun print, removable lining to add a little flare while staying true to Pet Gear's great no-zip feature for quick and easy access to your pet. There are also some nice bonus features for your pup, such...
- Panoramic Viewing
The Pet Gear No-Zip Happy Trails Lite Pet Stroller is designed for dogs weighing less than 25 pounds, so this will not w...
The HPZ Pet Rover XL is best known for its expansion feature -- it expands to 35-inches long to allow for a larger pet or multiple smaller ones — and it can hold up to 75 pounds. Much like the original, the stroller frame on the Pet Rover XL is awesome — it's made of rust-free aluminum in a coated gold color. The rubber tires are pump-free and maintenan...
The HPZ Pet Rover XL is best known for its expansion feature -- it expands to 35-inches long to allow for a larger pet ...
The Pet Gear Ultra Lite Travel Stroller is a lightweight, portable, and very affordable option for carting your pooch around when walking isn't an option. One of the key features of this stroller is how fast and easy it folds down into an ultra-compact size. It's worth noting that this stroller will not accommodate dogs weighing more than 15 pounds. Reviewer...
The Pet Gear Ultra Lite Travel Stroller is a lightweight, portable, and very affordable option for carting your pooch ar...
- Easy To Store
The Wangmao Pet Stroller in sleek light blue is a nice way to add a pop of color to your dog stroller. The easy-to-open, zipless canopy can be opened or closed in seconds, and breathable mesh windows in the front and rear give your pup lots of fresh air and viewing options even when enclosed. Swivel wheels, suspension, and link brake make this dog stroller e...
- Easy To Store
The Wangmao Pet Stroller in sleek light blue is a nice way to add a pop of color to your dog stroller. The easy-to-open,...
- Ample Storage
The Paws & Pals City Walk N Stride features a mesh screen window in the front and the back of the stroller, so your pet gets air from both sides and multiple views while being protected from pesky bugs. The stroller includes some key safety features such as rear security brakes and a seat belt. According to reviewers, assembly is a breeze and the stroller h...
- Ample Storage
The Paws & Pals City Walk N Stride features a mesh screen window in the front and the back of the stroller, so your pet ...
- Easy Entry
The Paws & Pals Dog Stroller features multiple entry points for your pup — you can load them from the front via a front footboard, from the top (with assistance), and through the rear. The lightweight stroller that comes in four colors also features a convertible mode where you can unzip the top and let the wind blow through your pup's hair. The maximum we...
- Easy Entry
The Paws & Pals Dog Stroller features multiple entry points for your pup — you can load them from the front via a fron...
- Easy to Clean
The Pet Gear NO-Zip Stroller has a push button system for hassle-free entry and exit. Your pet can also enter from the front or the rear in this version, which is great for a dog who may have an issue turning around inside of the carriage. Pet Gear has also added a multi-position handle to this model, so you can position the top handle any way you like for m...
Designed with your canine’s comfort in mind, this dog stroller includes a panoramic view canopy, an elevated paw rest, and more.What Humans Love:
This top-quality dog stroller is full of useful features, like a no-zip entry plus water-resistant, shock-absorbent wheels.
The Pet Gear NO-Zip Stroller has a push button system for hassle-free entry and exit. Your pet can also enter from the f...
What You Should Know About Dog Strollers
A dog stroller is an accessory that is useful to pets owners in need of an alternative option when their dog is unable to walk far or when it's not safe or an ideal place for a dog, i.e. an open market or airport. Older dogs and puppies can sometimes struggle with getting through longer walks, so a dog stroller may be an effective option for such owners. may need a stroller. Dog strollers can also come in handy when dealing with a dog post-surgery or following an injury that puts a limit on mobility. Some key features of a good dog stroller include maneuverability, roominess, breathability, and durability. First and foremost, your pet should be comfortable and secure in your dog stroller. However, you also want something that works for you as an owner in terms of comfort and the ability to get around easily.
If your dog is elderly, has lost some mobility, or is recuperating from surgery or ailment, he might have trouble getting around. And if you have a breed of tiny stature, like the Papillon or Shih Tzu, or one that has difficulty in extreme weather, like the Bulldog or Pug, you may think you’ll have to give up long walks or outings. Thanks to the proliferation of dog strollers, your canine pal can join you in the fresh air without having to lift a paw.
Who Needs a Dog Stroller?
Many dogs may need a stroller for a broad range of reasons.
- Senior dogs that simply can’t keep up with their humans or with other pets.
- Brachycephalic breeds that don’t do well in hot weather. Think Pekingese, Boston Terriers, Bullmastiff, and others.
- Puppies that may get tired on walks.
- Small dogs that may get underfoot in a crowd, for example at a farmers’ market or street fair.
- Recuperating dogs on “crate rest” after surgery.
- Dogs with an illness or injury.
Choosing the Right Dog Stroller
Consider the size of your dog and how you plan to use the stroller.
- Are you in an urban area with smooth sidewalks and easy street crossings? A light, portable stroller will probably work fine.
- Do you have to maneuver country roads or plan to take your dog on your favorite jogging trails? Choose a dog stroller meant for use on rough terrain.
- Do you usually walk alone with your dog? Choose a stroller that folds and unfolds easily, so you’re not fumbling around.
- Are you especially handy? Don’t let assembly requirements deter you.
- Are you on a budget? Strollers can range in price from about $65 to $300 and more!
Get Your Dog Used to the Stroller
Once your dog is used to his new transportation, it will be a fine way to have him join you on public outings.
- Place your dog in the stroller. You may have to reward him with treats.
- Make sure the dog is secured, either with built-in leash clips or by holding the leash.
- Start slowly and gradually, even if it means moving only a foot or two.
- Increase the distance little by little, as well as distractions in the environment.
A dog stroller is a good idea if you have a very small dog that may get underfoot in a crowd or an older dog that struggles to keep up. Puppies can often benefit from a dog stroller when first learning how to walk, or when they need to be protected from other dogs. Dog strollers are also useful for dogs who've just had surgery.
It depends on the business, but a dog stroller can be a great way to keep your dog contained when browsing in stores. Make sure to check with individual stores before showing up with your stroller in tow though.
Dog strollers tend to have features that are geared toward your pet, i.e. front and rear entry. Also, you will likely need a stroller made for pets if your dog is over a certain size because they will require a larger carriage area and a flat or reclined back. So, sticking to dedicated dog strollers is the way to go.
If your dog has mobility issues but doesn't like the feel or fit or a dog stroller, there are other options, such as dog backpacks or carriers to help transport your pooch.