Monday, July 13, 2009

"Huge Thanks" for a Happy Trails Plus Pet Stroller

We received a very nice email from a woman whose 13-year-old Chihuahua, Ren, was diagnosed with a rare blood disease that can prevent dogs from getting around. She ordered the Happy Trails PLUS Pink Pet Stroller and found it perfect for her and Ren's needs:
I went ahead and ordered that Happy Trails pink stroller. I was so impressed when it arrived. The quality was impeccable. I placed Ren in the stroller and she immediately laid down and found total comfort... Just because she is slightly immobile, she can still enjoy the getting outside and being with her owners. I am also thankful for the security that the stroller offers. When she is in the stroller and zipped up, I do not have to worry about other animals or insects getting to her.

I want to personally give you and your company a huge thanks!!!

Sue even made a few modifications to the pet stroller, such as "covers" that attach with Velcro for both the front and back mesh areas. This allows her to take Ren places where people might be disturbed seeing a pet in a pet stroller.

Sue ended her note, "God bless you and again thank you." Actually Sue, we want to send our blessings to Ren--we hope she continues to do well with her disorder and will enjoy the pet stroller for a long time to come!

Here's a photo of Sue, Ren, and their Happy Trails Plus Pink Pet Stroller.


Blair Sorrel said...

Greetings! Unfortunately, some dog walkers discover a danger, only sadly, when victimized and so I wanted to inform you of StreetZaps, a timely and useful tool intended to reduce the year round risk of injury and fatality from contact voltage. Just so you know, I confer with Con Edison's Stray Voltage and Public Affairs Units and contribute to Wet Nose Guide and New York Dog Chat. It is my firm wish that Pet Strollers will partner to disseminate this vital public service as quickly and as widely as possible to preclude more tragedies. We will post a safer walking film very soon.

Thank you in advance and I look forward to hearing from you.

In appreciation and with best regards,

Blair Sorrel

ROSE R said...

there is a woman in my neighbourhood who has a dog with epilepsy ... if the dog walks too far it will have a seizure ... so she brings it to the park in a dog stroller so it can get fresh air and she lets him out to sniff about in the grass ... and where i live a dog is allowed on public transit in a carrier and that includes strollers ... but if you have no need for a stroller other than after the surgery!!!

Sabana said...

Awesome post ! We took our travel system and were able to gate check it so it was waiting for us when we got off the plane at our destination. Otherwise you may want to use a carrier. If you're breast feeding that shouldn't be an issue on the plane. With formula I brought along a small formula dispenser(Walmart, Target, BRU sells these) and a couple empty bottles. I then bought a bottle of water once we were through security. Bring along any comfort items and snacks(if she's eating them) and all should be fine.

Lovee Au said...

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