Monday, October 08, 2007

Another pet stroller customer and photo

We're rich in customer comments and photos in the past week! Here is another from a customer who purchased an AT3 All Terrain Pet Stroller.

i just purchased and received a Petgear stroller from you. thank you very much for the excellent quality stroller and fast delivery.

i'm enclosing a picture of my Bulldog "Santino" in his new ride. Santino has Spina Bifida, and as a result his back legs are very very weak and he cannot walk for very long. i wanted him to be able to get out and see more of our neighborhood, etc. the way his other 2 brothers Vito, and Luigi do. (Luigi also has Spina Bifida and may need the stroller as time goes on. both boys i adopted from Bulldog rescues).

Anyways, Santino and i thank you!!! his life will be so much easier now!
We love getting comments like that!


6 comments:

Michelle Dean said...

Does anyone who owns this stroller take it to the beach? If so, how do the wheels do? We live in Oregon and want to take our cat to the beach over Thanksgiving. Thank you for any comments!

Augie said...

We've had customers who've noted they've gone to the beach with the AT3 (http://justpetstrollers.com/AT3_all_terrain_pet_stroller.html) or Jeep Rubicon (http://justpetstrollers.com/jeep_pet_stroller_rubicon.html) and found the pet strollers to be usable on that surface. The problem is that I think beaches can be very different--a rockier or very loose sandy beach will be more of a problem than one that is a little firmer. Still, those two pet strollers are specifically designed for rougher terrain and should be good for beaches and trails.

Of the two, the Rubicon may be the better one--it has bigger wheels (by an inch) and features air-filled tires (for easier rolling.) The only thing you should know about the Rubicon is that--because it is a jogging pet stroller--the front wheel doesn't turn. To turn the stroller, you need to pull down lightly on the handlebars to lift the front wheel off the ground. Most people have no problem with this, but it is worth noting in case you feel this would be a problem.

Anonymous said...

My 10 yr old Scotty,Megan, just received her AT3.She LOVES it as much as I do!We just got home from our first walk in the park; she snooped around until she got tired, then got to ride home.It was great to get to take her along and people ignored us until they realized she was a dog-not a baby.They loved it, too!Works Great!Will send photo soon.Cathy-TX

Augie said...

Thanks Cathy! We're thrilled you and Megan are enjoying the pet stroller!

Amanda said...

I started off today by learning the my dog [who will be 8 on June 6th] has arthritis, needs to be on meds for the rest of her life, and can only take about five minute walks, to prevent the arth. from getting worse. I was really depressed all day long, as this dog and I walk all over the place! After a good cry I decided to take a look at dog strollers and this looks like it might be just the thing!

You've given me some hope! Now I just need to save the money and I'll be ordering one!

Augie Ray said...

Amanda,

First of all, I'm sorry to hear about your dog's arthritis. I know it will be an adjustment for you and her, but I'm sure she'll adjust to hew new life and habits. Dogs are resilient that way!

I don't know if this will help, but here's a coupon code for JustPetStrollers.com. It is good for $10 off any pet stroller of $99.99 or more. The code is "rmn10".

Best of luck!