Pet Stroller Kittywalk Systems Dog Cat Carriers Folding Wheels Outdoor WeatherRegular price $146.29 Save $-146.29
Kittywalk Royale Classic Stroller 26" x 13" x 16" KWPSROYCL
Cat Dog Puppy Walk Carrier Folding Systems Bag Wheels Original box
The Royale Classic Collapsible offers some of the very best features of our popular stroller line and has added some new ones as well.
Designed to look like a designer piece of luggage with a handsome classic waterproof fabric body and removable sunshade.
Doubles as a stroller and pet carrier. With a durable royale fabric and chrome frame and fittings, plus a cup holder, this stylish stroller will turn heads as you enjoy an outing with your cat or small dog. Independently turning front wheels and a rear safety brake make this stroller easily maneuverable. The carrier section is removable and has a front and a rear door. Includes a washable faux fur cozy pad.
Large rugged wheels for tougher terrain
Faux leather carry handle
Removable sunshade included
Toe-touch rear brake system
Soft-sided carry bag for water bottles, phone, and keys
Carrier can be used alone
1" thick faux leather pad for pets comfort
Holds pets up to 35 lbs
Carrier dimensions: 26" x 13" x 16"
Handles height from the ground: 35.5"
Carrier has two back pockets
Stroller weight: 14 lbs
Material: Plastic, canvas, fleece
Carrier 26" L x 13" W x 16" H
Handles height from ground 38" H
Carrier has two back pockets
How to Buy a Pet Stroller
While dog strollers are often purchased as a cute accessory for the urban dog, they can also serve more functions. A well-chosen set of wheels can help any dog with a mobility impairment continue to live an active, outgoing life in many climates or terrains. Strollers can also allow older dogs to still go on walks, can be used to carry small breeds who would normally get tired out on long hikes, and can help you conveniently bring your dog to outdoor events. Before you buy a dog stroller, youll need to carefully measure your dogs height and consider what types of places youll explore with your dog in a stroller. These two factors will help determine the size and model of the ideal dog stroller for your dogs lifestyle.
Evaluating the Size and Type of Stroller You Need
Measure your dogs height. Place one end of a tape measure on the floor and bring the other end up to the top of the dogs head. This will tell you how tall your dog is when standing upright. Youll need this information when looking at strollers, as larger dogs will need larger strollers. Make sure that you
Most dog strollers have covers to protect against weather and sun. Knowing your dogs height ensures your dog will have enough room to stand up and turn around inside the stroller, even when the cover is down.
Allow ample room for growth if your dog is still a puppy. You can anticipate your dogs adult size by researching standard height and weight measurements for your dogs breed.
2. Consider the lifestyle you share with your dog. Think of where you and your dog will go when using the stroller. Will, you only use the stroller for neighborhood walks or will you take it to places such as shopping malls or on hiking trails? The intended use of the stroller will influence the type of stroller youll need to buy.
Also, consider how often your dog will walk on their own. Will you be pushing the dog the entire time youre on a walk, or will the dog be walking on its own for much of the time?
Collapsible dog strollers offer the most portability but tend to cost more than inflexible models. Obtain measurements of these folding models to determine if the stroller will fit in your vehicle when fully collapsed.
3. Analyze the climate and terrain where you plan to walk. The dog stroller you purchase must be adequate for the locations you plan to use the stroller, whether rural or urban. For example, you may be able to find online descriptions of hiking trails that you plan to take or rural roads you plan to walk along. This helps determine the best type of stroller tires and construction for you and your dog.
Decide if you will use your stroller on long hikes in the woods or only on concrete sidewalks. If youll primarily be jogging on roads and sidewalks, you may decide to purchase a lightweight, three-wheeled jogging pet stroller.
If youre going to take your dog stroller on longer hikes, access printed maps to evaluate the steepness and difficulty of trails.
4. Identify how many dogs youll keep in the stroller. Individuals or families with multiple dogs may need to buy a larger stroller, in order for it to comfortably fit both dogs. If youre going to hike, walk, or jog with two or more dogs in the stroller, make sure that the dogs will have enough room to comfortably stand up and turn around when the strollers cover is shut.
This should be relatively easy if you have multiple small dogs, but larger dogs may not fit together in a dog stroller.
If you have dogs of different sizes, for example, one large and one small dog? you can bring a stroller for the smaller dog, so it can rest while the larger dog continues to hike or run
Dog Size: XXS,XS,S
Type: 4-Wheel Pet Stroller
Features: Detachable Carrier,Foldable,Rain Cover/Rain Screen