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Haute Wheels Dog Wheelchair


Illustration showing span between base of front foot and top of shoulders that is measured to determine dog height

DOG'S HEIGHT - Measure from the base of the front foot to mid-shoulder.

Illustration showing span from base of the tail to middle of the shoulder along dog's side, used to measure dog length

DOG'S LENGTH - Measure from the middle of the hip to the middle of the shoulder along the side of the dog.

Illustration showing span between dog's shoulders/widest area of dog's body, which is measured to determine dog width

DOG'S WIDTH - Measure between the shoulders or the widest area of the body. 



Our Haute Wheels Dog Wheelchair restores the freedom and mobility that a multitude of injuries, surgeries, conditions, and even the simple progress of advanced age may have taken from your dog. The wheelchair's seven selectable sizes accommodate everything from toy dog breeds to Newfoundlands - as well as cats, pigs, goats, and other four-legged companions that may need a little help getting around.

The resilient aluminum frames are easily adjusted to match your pet's unique needs.  The padded harnesses provide a comfortable fit that accommodates leashes during walks and can be removed from the frame when your pet needs to rest.


  • Joint issues
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Arthritis
  • Paralysis
  • Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD)
  • Neurological issues
  • Surgical recovery
  • Hip and spine injuries
  • Poor balance and stability
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
  • General difficulty walking
  • Degenerative Myelopathy
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Hind limb amputation
  • Neurological disorders
  • Lumbosacral Syndrome
  • Fibrocartilaginous Embolism (FCE)
  • Other conditions that result from aging


  • Allows your dog to exercise and complete physical therapy sessions with greater ease
  • Holds the spine in better alignment, which can slow the progression of many spinal disorders, such as IVDD and Degenerative Myelopathy
  • Prevents degenerative strain - sore muscles and joints - on front limbs from overcompensating for weak hind limbs
  • Helps improve your dog’s balance and weight distribution
  • Prevents secondary injury to the hind limbs - sores and raw areas - that can result from scooting or dragging
  • Decreases pain and stress on the spine from dragging hind limbs to get around
  • Improves mental health by giving your dog greater autonomy and independence

wheelchair sizing chart

Wheelchair Size
Dog's Height (in)
Dog's Width (in)
Dog's Length (in)
Dog's Weight (lb)*
Breed Examples**
5.75" - 10.75"
3" - 5.5"
7.75" - 10.75"
4.5 lbs - 11 lbs
Teacup & Toy Dog Breeds (Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Yorkshire Terrier, Pekingese) as well as Kittens
7.5" - 13.5"
4.25" - 8"
9.75" - 13.5"
8.75 lbs - 17.5 lbs
Miniature Dog Breeds (Shih Tzu, Bichon Frise, Miniature Pinscher) as well as Adult Cats
8.75" - 15.75"
5.25" - 8.75"
11" - 16"
17.5 lbs - 31 lbs
Long, Barrel-Chested Dog Breeds (Dachshund, Corgi, French Bulldog, Basset Hound)
10.75" - 19"
5.75" - 10"
12.25" - 17.5"
31 lbs - 40 lbs
Small Dog Breeds (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Beagle, English Cocker Spaniel, Standard Schnauzer)
12.5" - 22"
7.75" - 14.75"
15.75" - 24.25"
40 lbs - 51 lbs
Medium Dog Breeds (Pitbull, Border Collie, Labrador Retriever, Golden Retriever)
15.5" - 27.5"
9.25" - 16.25"
19.25" - 27.25"
51 lbs - 110 lbs
Large Dog Breeds (German Shepherd, Boxer, Standard Poodle)
23" - 27.5"
9.25" - 16.25"
19.25" - 27.25"
51 lbs - 110 lbs
Giant Dog Breeds (Great Dane, Saint Bernard, Newfoundland)

*Weights are suggestions only, intended to help categorize typical, healthy weights for dogs of a particular size range.

**Breed examples are suggestions only. Two dogs from the same breed may fit different sized wheelchairs. Please ensure you are accurately measuring your dog. 



  • Comfortable padded harnesses can be detached from the wheelchair so the dog can rest while still leashed.
  • Padded belly belt provides stomach and spinal support.
  • Lightweight aluminum provides durable mobility for pets of all sizes.
  • Adjustable frame and struts allow you to fit width, length, and height to your dog's specific needs.
  • Included, removable foot straps allow pets with paralyzed rear legs to use the wheelchair without dragging or injury.
  • Wheelchair can be quickly, easily disassembled and compacted for convenient storage or travel.


  • Wheelchair Frame
  • 2 Frame Struts
  • 2 Wheel Struts
  • 2 Harnesses
  • Belly Belt
  • Measuring Tape
  • Allen/Hex Key
  • Zippered carrying case
  • 2 Leashes with Swivel Snap Hooks: 
    • Front Leading Leash
    • Rear Lifting Leash with Padded Handle
  • Large Wheelchairs also include:
    • Stabilization strap
  • Extra Large Wheelchairs also include:
    • Stabilization bar


6” (W) x 10” (L) x 5.25” (H) - 7.5” (W) x 13” (L) x 10” (H)

2.30 lbs


7.25” (W) x 12.75” (L) x 7.25” (H) - 10” (W) x 16.75” (L) x 13.5” (H)

3.00 lbs


8.75” (W) x 15” (L) x 8” (H) - 11” (W) x 20.25” (L) x 15.5” (H)

3.90 lbs


9.5” (W) x 17”(L) x 10.25” (H) - 12.5” (W) x 22.25” (L) x 18.5” (H)

4.90 lbs


12” (W) x 21” (L) x 12” (H) - 16.5” (W) x 29.5” (L) x 21.25” (H)

7.75 lbs



13” (W) x 25” (L) x 23” (H) - 17.5” (W) x 33.5” (L) x 27.5” (H)

9.20 lbs



13” (W) x 25” (L) x 23” (H) - 17.5” (W) x 33.5” (L) x 27.5” (H)

12.40 lbs

Care & Use


  • Harnesses and Belly Belt are machine washable
  • Periodically check the adjustment screws and tighten them as needed.
  • Wipe the frame and wheels with a towel as needed to remove dirt or water.


  • Consult with your veterinarian to determine the best treatment plan.
  • Make your home pet wheelchair accessible by installing ramps throughout your home. Teach your pet to use the ramps even when they aren’t in their wheelchair to reduce joint strain. 
  • Always supervise your dog when they are using their wheelchair, even if they are an expert at getting around in it, to minimize the risk of them tipping over or getting stuck.
  • Wheelchairs should only be used for supervised activities, such as going for walks and playtime. 
  • We recommend providing a 15-minute break from wheelchair after each hour of use. Dogs should not sit or lay down while using the wheelchair.




Will my dog's wheelchair fit through doorways?

Yes, but it may take your dog time to learn how to navigate through the door frame while wearing the wheelchair. Observe and encourage your dog while they are mastering this skill.

Can my dog “do their business” while using their wheelchair?

Yes, your dog can pee and poop with minimal to no mess. The rear harness includes a reinforced channel to provide support and urinary direction for male dogs.

Can my dog sit or lay down in their wheelchair?

No, this wheelchair is for active use only. Be sure to provide your dog with a 15-minute break after approximately every hour of use.

Can my dog use their hind legs while in the wheelchair?

Yes, if your dog has movement in their hind legs then they should be left out of the foot straps. You can remove the foot straps from the frame if your dog won't be using them. If your dog's hind legs are paralyzed, use the foot straps to prevent injury.

How long will it take for my dog to get used to the wheelchair?

It depends on your dog. Some dogs will only take a few days, while others may require much longer. Patience, praise, and practice are crucial in helping your dog become comfortable with their wheelchair, treats may also help.

Can I leave my dog alone in their wheelchair?

No, never leave your dog unattended while using the wheelchair. They could potentially get caught on or trip over things, which might result in injury.

Will my dog be able to play with other dogs?

Absolutely! However, it may take other dogs time to get accustomed to your dog's wheelchair. Always observe your dog’s interactions with other dogs.

Can my dog use stairs while in their wheelchair?

No, your dog will not be able to safely ascend or descend stairs while in the wheelchair. Remove them from the wheelchair to assist them on the stairs.

Can my dog go into water, like pools, lakes, or streams while using the wheelchair?

No, the wheelchair is too heavy for your dog to swim with. Any currents could also cause your dog to tip over. Never let your dog enter a body of water while using the wheelchair.

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Overall happy but have mixed feelings

My 22 lb Jack Russel Terrier experienced a knee injury so we've utilized the wheelchair for 6 weeks. Overall its beneficial and performed as expected.

1. The chair is super light and easily customizable for fit.
2. It has definitely my dog recover from her knee injury.
3. After the initial learning curve, I'm able to prep my dog and get her into the wheelchair without additional assistance.

1. The wheelchair tips easily! Once when running around the house she flipped the chair and became stuck, unable to flip herself & the chair upright. Many other times when moving around, it seemed possible to flip again, especially when outside in grassy/uneven areas. In my opinion the base needs to be wider or the wheels should flare out to help compensate for this. (Follow their advice and NEVER leave the dog unattended while in this wheelchair.)
2. Getting the front harness off of the frame's front clips is still a challenge for me, because the style of the clips makes it difficult to slide them open when everything is hooked together. This is a huge opportunity for improvement by the manufacturer.
3. The leg holes in the rear harness are almost a bit too small because they slide up to the widest part of the dog's rear legs, making me feel that my dog finds it uncomfortable. I think the holes could be a bit wider or elongated to better fit the natural leg shape.
4. The rear harness doesn't hold onto the dog well, meaning that when the dog is out of the wheelchair the harness quickly falls off. This becomes a problem when you put the front & rear harness on first, before clipping into the wheelchair frame.

Anthony Guarriello
New legs in the form of wheels.

The product is well designed. My dog took to it right away and she gets around very well. Thanks for caring about disabled pets that we don't want to let go of.

Hey Anthony.
So happy to hear that your dog is adjusting well to her wheels! If you have any images or videos of her zooming around please send them to for our team to see!


Tomesh Panchu

Haute Wheels Dog Wheelchair

Zog dad
He hates it.

He’s fifteen, has three legs, set in his ways, and while a very well made product, very good product, after two months of practice he still hates it totally and is unusable. We even took off the back harness so his back leg is more comfortable and has normal motion. We’ve tried different strategies to help him get used to it and have had to take a break. It’s not worth frustrating him since he can still walk short distances. Good product but it has turned out to be $300 down the tubes. Kind of like the ramp we bought him from another vendor. He just won’t do it. Expensive experiments.

Donald Pattie

I am very satisfied with customer service and how well they have helped me . I highly recommend them when it comes to helping me. Great job you guys.