Dachshund Puppy Front Leg Wheelchair

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Dachshund Puppy Front Leg Wheelchair by Brex480 Jan 7, 2015
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This is the wheelchair I designed for my two legged puppy Bubbles.She is the reason I bought my printer in the first place and she loves the freedom it has given her. See more of her at https://www.facebook.com/Bubbles2legs. http://youtu.be/1QjWp_pvR28

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This is awesome! Happy puppy!

Really nice!!! looks like the dog is super happy and able to play and interact with the others!!

Really admire your work here and those others like minded dessigns deffinatly a great prospect to 3d printing.

This is what 3d printing is all about.. Excellent design.... 5*****

i see camo so if in military thank you for your service!

Its amazing what 3d printing can do! im so glad you made that for a puppy <3 such a big heart you have!

I am fostering two dachshund/pomeranian puppies that were born without front legs. We have attempted to make carts for both but cannot find a way to hold them in since front legs are completely flush to chest. Would love any feedback.

Right now I'm just using velcro straps to hold her in. There are two main straps one at her shoulders then one at about end of rib cage and one smaller one that loosely fits around just before her hips to help keep the cart level. You can find out more about her and her cart at Facebook.com/bubbles2legs

Also we have been starting to make carts for other dogs threw her facebook. We only ask for cost of materials plus shipping and a lot of her fans will even help cover that if needed.

Respect man... Some hope in mankind emerge in my heart when I look at peoples like you. Thanks for exist. CHEERS and a kiss to Bubbles

you are a wonderful person. god bless

I would like to see a video, do you have one?

Yes if you go to https://www.facebook.com/Bubbles2legs you can see videos and many more pictures of the evolution of her Cart.

Thank you for helping other creatures on this planet

Bubbles is so cute. It makes me so happy to see people like you helping your companion.

Absolutely splendid. Delighted to see a 3D printer put to such good use! I've featured it in the Comment section of my 3D printing blog, 3DGeni.us - hope that's OK with you.

Just one more example of how 3D printing is making life better, for everyone!

Dog look's like GIZMO :)
Nice work: plus

Wonderful! That deserves a tweet.

The 3d printing revolution in our homes really makes a difference to the quality of life. Go Bubbles! Cheers!