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Dog strollers for large dogs
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15 February 2024 - 7:32 pm
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Has anyone found a good xl dog stroller for hiking with your tripawd?

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16 February 2024 - 9:35 am
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Hello and welcome

Tell is more about your dog...weight, activity level, reason for stroller, etc.  then members  can better  assist you.

The link you have in your post.  dog stroller will take you to some recommendations

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16 February 2024 - 11:14 am
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Hi Shay, welcome! We would love to know more about your pup. What size? Breed type? Age?

We've experimented with a number of strollers over the years. The Burley Bark Ranger is our all-time favorite especially for larger dogs. It might be overkill for some folks though, depending on the size of their dog and where they intend to use it.

Sounds like you want an off-roading one?  In that case I feel like the Booyah is easier to use on uneven surfaces. It's got a shorter wheel-base though, so even the biggest size isn't long enough for our German Shepherd Nellie. Her but hits the back and eventually she wore out the fabric around the zipper. But if your dog is smaller than a Shepherd it's fine.

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