We are expecting our next production to arrive mid-September. All orders will be shipped on a first come first serve basis so we encourage you to order early. *Please note that credit cards will be charged at the time your pre-order is placed.
The Dogger™, a Dog Quality product, is designed with senior dogs in mind and ensures that you and your older dog have the very best in comfort, maneuverability and control. Built to last, the Dogger stroller is the best dog stroller on the market.
The roomy basket comes with a soft pad for added comfort and an adjustable canopy with mesh windows for maximum visibility. 12" air-filled tires and real rear shocks give you and your dog an incredibly smooth ride. And with a front wheel that can swivel, you get 360 degree maneuverability.
This dog stroller is also built to make it comfortable for dog parents with its adjustable handle bars and handy underneath storage.The Dogger comes with a useful rain cover.
*Drink holder, orthopedic pad and safety lights sold separately.
30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with this dog stroller you can return it for a full refund. We'll even pay for the return shipping. For long term coverage, the Dogger's 5 year warranty on all frame related parts, represents the best product protection in the market today.
There are many benefits to using a dog stroller from assisting older dogs or disabled dogs with mobility issues, to helping dogs that need a break from the heat,or a rest from a long walk. A dog stroller is also a terrific means for safely transporting your dog and for keeping them out of harms way. Whatever your need may be, give your dog the very best - give them a Dogger.
12" Air-filled tires
2 Interior security leashes
Interior Size: 27"L x 13.5"W x 20"H
Folded: 38 1/2" L x 24" W x 18 1/2" H
What does the Dogger come with?
The Dogger includes a rain cover for those wet days and also has a pad for inside the basket. The drink holder, safety lights and a memory foam pad are sold separately.
Will it fit more than one dog?
The Dogger can hold up to 60 lbs - it would not fit a 60 lbs dog, but it can hold multiple smaller dogs. The smaller the dog, the more dogs that can fit. The interior basket measurements are 27”L x 13.5” W x 20”H.
What does your warranty cover?
The Dogger's 5 year warranty covers all frame related parts, but does not include the fabric or the tires. On top of our 5 year warranty, we also offer a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with your Dogger stroller, you can return it for a full refund within 30 days - we'll even pay for the return shipping. If you have any questions or concerns about your Dogger please reach out - we are happy to help.
What type of terrain can I use it on?
The Dogger is built rugged and thanks to its 12" air-filled tires and rear suspension, is great for all kinds of terrain such as forest paths, bike trails, roads, sidewalks, even the beach.
Where can I order replacement inner tubes?
You can order inner tubes through us, or you can bring your wheels into a bike shop. Since our inner tubes are a standard size, most bike shops carry them and can even put them in for you.
How much air do the tires need?
The easiest method for filling your tires is to use a simple bike pump rather than a gas station pump. Gas station pumps increase the risk of over-inflation which can damage your inner tubes. When adding air with the bike pump, please ensure that you add enough air so the tires feel firm but not rock hard - in other words you should still be able to squeeze the sides of the tire in with your fingers. If you are located in a hot climate, we recommend putting a little less air in since extreme heat can expand the inner tubes.
Can I adjust the shocks?
The shocks are highly adjustable and it's easy! To increase or decrease tension in the shocks you will need a Phillips screwdriver and a wrench. The screw and nut are just above the shock. When tightening to increase tension in the shock, use the screwdriver to hold the screw and tighten the nut with the wrench. It will take several turns of the nut to feel the shock tighten. DO NOT USE the screwdriver to tighten as you will likely strip the screw. You must tighten using the wrench. To reduce tension in the shock, hold the nut in place with the wrench and loosen with the screwdriver - when loosening it is fine to use the screwdriver. Again, just a little adjusting at a time until you have it just the way you like it.
My front wheel wobbles, what can I do?
If you find that your front wheel is shaking or wobbling don't worry - all this requires is a very simple adjustment. First remove the black plastic wheel cover that sits above the front wheel held in place by four screws. Once removed, you will see a nut holding the front wheel in place. Then using a wrench, turn the nut a very small amount at a time until the wobble is gone. If the wheel becomes stiff that means you have tightened it too much and you will need to loosen the nut slightly until you have the maneuverability you need.
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