The worst part about staying home sick for any length of time is not being able to go outside. Air inside begins to feel stuffy and sticky, and your once-spacious home feels cramped and small. Being inside too long isn’t good for people and it certainly isn’t good for dogs, but it can negatively impact a dog if he can’t be taken on walks regularly or at least taken outside.
Pet strollers offer you the ability to spend more time with your dog, give him a dose of the outdoors with fresh air and give yourself a dose, too. Dog joggers are perfect for athletic owners who miss the days when their dog could keep up on his own. When placed in comfortable pet strollers for dogs, your pet will be more than happy to accompany you wherever you go (even the V-E-T!).
Dog strollers are sometimes seen as overly cutesy, and while some designs are, there are designer style pet strollers that can really impress. If you don’t like how a pet stroller looks, you aren’t as likely to use it and that defeats the point in having it at all.
Pet strollers are also great for dogs who don’t like to be pet by strangers — just put the cover over and others will have to ask permission instead of just walking up and reaching for your pet.
Aging dogs with bad backs or achy joints love being placed in pet strollers — it lets them see the outside world again without having to worry about strays attacking, traffic or unfriendly pedestrians. Whether rain, sleet or snow, your dog will be just fine in his small dog strollers.