Quad Chairs are for rehabilitation following cervical disc injury/surgery, for pets born with balance issues, or for pets that have generalized weakness in all four limbs but are otherwise healthy. A Quad Chair will support the front and rear of the pet. The Quad Chair allows the legs to touch the ground, but still have the weight supported. The Quad chair allows you to control the amount of weight the pet bears on all limbs and allows for full range of motion.
The response to our Quad Chair has been overwhelming, a much needed device for pets that require more assistance than a regular wheelchair provides. If you have any questions regarding the Quad Chair or any of our products, please let us know.
A Quad Chair includes: Front and Rear Support Sling, Belly Support Strap, Rear Leg Slings, and full length frame. The Quad Chair converts from a Full Support Chair to a Rear Only support chair for rehabilitational use.
Front and Rear Support Slings- included with quad wheelchair purchase
Made of ultra thick orthopedic grade neoprene with nylon back on one side and a luxurious fleece lined inner layer for the ultimate in comfort and suport. Gives you two ways to help your pet! Provides ample support yet does not constrict your pet's natural movements while in the wheelchair. Comfortable, soft neoprene shell with looped webbing support underneath. Also can be used separately as a hand held carrier to assist your pet for short trips to answer nature's call, going up/down stairs, getting in/out of the car, etc. Our support slings are made to order for each pet so that we may accommodate your pet's needs. Designed to allow your pet to urinate and defecate while wearing, keeping your pet cleaner and drier.
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