Yes, we are some of those people. Dog stroller people. You know the kind.
This is Quincy, one of our foster pugs with Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue. He is 11 and has been with rescue since March 2009. He's blind, has cancer and dementia.
|Photo by Erin Kass|
But don't feel too sorry for this little man. He's doing alright. He eats well, is pretty healthy for all of his issues and has a very high tail wag index. He gets his exercise in the pool during the summer months, but hasn't had much opportunity to get out in the winter. Sure, there's the yard, but you get tired of the same old smells in the yard.
|The Quincy Pug in his new wheels|
So mom got him a stroller. It's big enough that Isabelle can hop in when she gets tired (half a block) but not really bulky. It's black with pink trim, shh, don't tell Quincy. It's not the same as a walk, but it's better than being stuck in the house when everyone else gets to go out and play.
So far, he likes it.
And if helps, it was on sale.