Includes handlebar, swiveling front wheel, parking brake, and
cup holder. New model constructed from lightweight, rust proof aluminum. Must be combined with HoundAbout II trailer, sold separately. Handle is 39 inch above the ground. One year warranty. Medium: 23” ...
Carrier. Honeycomb polypropylene bottom panel. Easily be opened
or closed with Velcro lock. Large front, side and rear pockets for added storage. Wide top opening for easy access. Interior safety leash keeps pet contained within carrier. Handle and wide ...
Nylon, plastic, polyester fleece material. Parent tray. Large
storage basket. Ergonomic one hand fold, and stores flat in just 5 seconds. Front and rear entry. Top, front, and rear ventilation. Front wheel shock absorbers. Internal fleece pad with waterproof ...
researched strollers in depth for my two small dogs of 7 lbs each. I really wanted the best, most quality stroller money could buy. Purpose was to take them along on the occasional shopping trip andresearched strollers in depth for my two small dogs of 7 lbs each. I really wanted the best, most quality stroller money could buy. Purpose was to take them along on the occasional shopping trip and also the occasional joghike. I also bought the Utopian Pet Three Wheel Pet Stroller (UP) for a super deal of $259. Both strollers are awesome. For me and my dogs, though, the Guardian Gear Sprinter EXT III (GG) wins, and I am donating to a senior puppy mill survivor dog the other, more expensive Utopian. Here's the reasons: First. although the wheel measurements are similar, the UP takes up much more space generally. The UP has a bigger carriage, but it's not really wider. I was looking for the smallest thing I can comfortably get away with since my dogs are small, my car is small, my house is small - heck, I'm small. Second, I'm a single dog mom, so I don't have someone to help me maneuver things. The GG is easier to open and close, it has a cup holder, and the bottom basket sits higher off the ground (thinking mud, dirt, leaves, etc). The UP was difficult to close and harder to get in my car. Also, The UP has a locking front wheel that is a nice feature, but it just wasnt for me. It seems like a bit of a design flaw because it locks a little too easily and I had to keep bending over to pull the lever back out and unlock it. The GG will turn in circles like a spinning suitcase, and I really liked this. The UP does this too, but once you go straight, it will lock back in straight mode. Wheels on both are awesome, both were easy to put together with no tools required and I didn't look at the directions, either. The only cons to the GG are the zippers. They are not exactly easy or fast, but I don't how GG would improve this really, so I forgive them. The UP uses very strong velcro instead of zippers, and although I like that its much easier and faster, I certainly would not trust a stronger dog the UP unattended. But really, when are you leaving your dog unattended in a stroller, so this is really a moot con for the UP. The one thing that was super cool about the UP was that the carriage actually came off the base and could be carried around and used like a bassinet or car seat - very cool and I was temporarily swayed by this feature. Still, for my purposes, I just really like the ease and size and maneuverability of the GG. Don't get me wrong, neither strollers are perfect, and I could prob design better, but both strollers are the best out there that I have found. I'm happy with both, but chose the GG to keep. Hope this helps everyone!"..."Read more
My pom had knee surgery and the vet recommended that she didn't walk much. For this reason I decided to try a stroller and I have to say that it is great! My pom is about 11lbs and she fits perfectly,My pom had knee surgery and the vet recommended that she didn't walk much. For this reason I decided to try a stroller and I have to say that it is great! My pom is about 11lbs and she fits perfectly, she can laid down or sit, there is enough room.
Assembly was easy, took me about 30mins, instructions are not very clear but just put your mind into it, its very easy."..."Read more
this is a message for tiffany and whoever else might have this issue: the front wheel shaking is a defect and not the way it's designed. i use this stroller to run and the shaking developed lastthis is a message for tiffany and whoever else might have this issue: the front wheel shaking is a defect and not the way it's designed. i use this stroller to run and the shaking developed last night on our first run. called doggyride.com CS today and they were very helpful, sending me out a new wheel today. they've had a few issues with this wheel."..."Read more
- wendy in riverside, CA
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