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    I'm thinking of getting some kind of "vehicle" for Tate since he has that fractured toe in his hind paw. Has anyone put their bully in an umbrella stroller or in a wagon? Just wondered which one may be best for Tate. He's a hefty 67lbs right now so i need something that I can easily maneuver since i'll also have Finn w/me (walking on a leash).




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    Oh dear! I haven't had to go that route yet but I imagine I will eventually since BabyGirl has arthritis. I saw a pet gear jogger stroller for pets up to 70 lbs on amazon although I imagine you still have to pick him up to put him in it. Hope Tate gets well super quick. I broke my little toe after walking into a box when I was moving and it swelled up but other than that doc said nothing they can do but let it heal on its own. He also said lots of people break their little toes and don't even know it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fontanafox View Post
    Oh dear! I haven't had to go that route yet but I imagine I will eventually since BabyGirl has arthritis. I saw a pet gear jogger stroller for pets up to 70 lbs on amazon although I imagine you still have to pick him up to put him in it. Hope Tate gets well super quick. I broke my little toe after walking into a box when I was moving and it swelled up but other than that doc said nothing they can do but let it heal on its own. He also said lots of people break their little toes and don't even know it.
    I will look into that stroller, Maria.
    I'm hoping Tate's foot will heal well and the doc said 4-6 wks so we shall see. In the meantime, I still want to take him to the park and around our new neighborhood so that's why i'm thinking of a wagon or stroller. We walked to the park last Friday before I knew he had a fracture and once we got there, he sat down and didn't want to walk back home. I even tried carrying him but only made it a few steps. He finally got up and slowly walked home, thank goodness.




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    Default Re: Stroller or Wagon? ideas please!!

    Amazon also has folding wagons with good reviews

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    you should check out the burley tail wagon, the famous butler blue has one. You could use it as a stroller or if your ride bikes you can attach it.

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    I would use a wagon. I haven't used one with Samson myself but I have known of other owners using them for their bullys. Poor Tate, hope he heals up quick!

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    Default Re: Stroller or Wagon? ideas please!!

    @JeannieCO just got a flashy new wagon!

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    Henny, I got this wagon for Emma and Wilson for the Furry Scurry we just attended. This Tate's case though I think a closed in dog stroller would be better (or a wagon that has higher sides). Don't get me wrong this one was great for what we needed it for but if you're not on flat ground Tate would tip it over. It manuvered wonderful though. I've seen those dog strollers that have netted sides but I think they're pricey, I can't recall.



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    Since we found out about lexs acls and hip dysplasia we are gonna get him something like this...

    I like this one cause it holds up to 150 lbs and we can put Libby in there as well..
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    But I like the look of this one lol

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    I was looking to get a stroller, too. I wanted to walk in the evenings.. At the high school, Rollie hates any form of exercise!
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    @lexterwayne, Kendall those are the ones I was thinking about.
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    @JeannieCO, that is a cute yellow wagon! i was thinking of borrowing my nephew's old radio flyer red wagon but now that you mention the sides needing to be higher, i'm having 2nd thoughts. Those strollers are really cool , aren't they? i was looking at them on Amazon. They are quite pricey though. Maybe i'll take a look for a used one. Today we got Tate's bandage changed. I also took him on a short stroll around the block and he did pretty well. Can't do a lot of walking tho but at the same time, he needs to move too.




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