- Dog Strollers
Bursting with durable, practical, and fashionable dog strollers for all adorable breeds and sizes, both small and large dogs alike can find their perfect fit in OnBuy’s considerable collection of dog strollers. A wonderful addition that makes walkies and outdoor adventures just that little bit more convenient, if your lovable companion needs a helping paw when it comes to their daily outings, our pup-approved selection is the perfect place to start!
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About Dog Strollers
Whether you require a reliable dog stroller to facilitate a pleasant wander to your local park or last for hours on an exciting all-day adventure in the outdoors, ensuring your pup gets their daily dose of fresh air and exercise is a cinch with OnBuy's collection of dog prams. Suitable for a range of sizes and breed of pooch, you can shop everything from buggy-style pushchairs for your pampered pet, to mesh models that allow you senior furry best friend to relax as they check out their outdoor surroundings. Often complete with a host of practical storage options, you can even keep an essential supply of treats and fresh water on hand for those essential picnic breaks!
Does your dog need a dog stroller?
Perfect for older pups or those who struggle to get around, OnBuy’s range of pet strollers for dogs is packed with picks to make your journeys for both you and your pooch more enjoyable. If you're not sure whether you need a dog stroller for your fluffy friend, then let us guide you through some of the reasons that dedicated pet owners believe a dog pram is a crucial component of their petcare regime. Firstly, dog strollers are ideal for senior or more mature dogs that might suffer from painful joint conditions like arthritis or hip dysplasia and can't keep up with you anymore. Brachycephalic breeds (such as Pekingese, Boston Terriers, and Bullmastiffs) are also often thankful for a dog stroller as they tend to fare not so well in warmer weather!
Doggie prams are also a must-have if you've recently acquired an easily-tuckered out pup that might fall behind on long walks despite their excitable nature, or if you own a small dog but want to visit a busy area, like a bustling marketplace or street fair where they could easily get lost. Other dogs that'll love the freedom of a dog stroller are any recuperating furry best friends that are stuck on bed rest after having surgery, as well as pups that are currently recovering from an illness or injury, but might benefit from some fresh air and time away from home! So, why not tuck your pooch in under a breathable mesh net to keep them protected from the rain, and ensure they have plenty of tail-wagging trips with a dog pram?
How do you encourage your pooch to use a dog stroller?
If you love the idea of a dog stroller for your new puppy or recuperating senior pet, but you're not sure whether they'll take to sitting in a pram, there are a few tips and tricks that can help your pooch to get used to the idea of using a puppy pushchair. Start by setting up the stroller in your home and leaving it for your pooch to sniff out an investigate. Once they're used to the pram's presence in your abode, you can begin to give your furry pal a treat whenever they're near the stroller and start to pick them up and put them in the pushchair - with a helping hand from some tasty doggie treats if needed! If they start to panic, once in the stroller, keep reinforcing good behaviour around the pram until they're ready to give it another try.
Once they're settled and comfortable with the stroller, you can begin to move the pram with them inside. If they're happy with this progression, try taking it into your garden to get them used to the movement and feel of sitting within the dog pram. When you've got to this stage and your pup is still looking good, you're ready to take them out onto the streets in their brand new buggy! No matter if you’re after a comfy way to transport your elderly canine or a cute puppy stroller to get your new arrival used to being out and about, you’ll find the paw-fect choice right here.
Dog strollers FAQs
What are dog strollers?
Dog strollers are very similar to baby strollers in terms of appearance and purpose. They're specifically designed to give your dog, no matter the size, an easy ride out in the fresh air. Particularly good for senior dogs with old joints (or any dog suffering from mobility issues, for that matter), dog strollers offer an additional level of support on long walks, providing a safe, comfortable, and relaxing space for your tired pooch to rest its aching muscles.
Are dogs in dog strollers allowed in stores?
While there's no hard and fast rule regarding dogs in stores, some shop owners may not be comfortable with allowing your dog inside and some may even enforce a no pet policy. However, since dogs are confined inside a stroller, and so can't escape and run amuck around the store, they're typically allowed. Before taking your dog into a store, inside a stroller or not, it's best to ask the store manager first about their personal policy.
How to choose the right dog stroller for your dog?
In order to find the right stroller for your four-legged friend, you should measure your dog's length and height and make sure you search for a stroller that'll be big enough for it to stretch, lie down or curl up while using it.