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The Ultimate Tripawd Dog Stroller Leaves No Canine Behind

Not every amputee dog needs a wheelchair, but every three-legged pooch can benefit from a Tripawd dog stroller. A set of wheels is a great way to walk help your Tripawd get out into the world with the entire pack.

No Tripawd Left Behind. Wyatt Explores the World in His Pawesome Ride!

Tripawd dog stroller
A Tripawd dog stroller big enough for Wyatt!

Ever since Codie Rae got her Solvit HoundAbout II Dog Stroller, we wanted one for Wyatt. He hated being left behind when we went on longer walks without him, and we felt awful each time we did.

So this year for his eleventh birthday, we got him a surprise: his own Tripawd dog stroller! His new ride was the next logical step after we realized that he could no longer go more than 10 minutes on a walk using his wheelchair. Wyatt’s world was getting smaller and smaller, and we knew a dog stroller could change that. It has! And here’s how:

This Tripawd Dog Stroller is Great for Large Breeds

The Solvit Houndabout II Bicycle Trailer and Stroller is a great choice for all Tripawd dogs, but especially large breeds like Wyatt. With plenty of room in the cabin and a sturdy wheelbase that prevents roll-overs, this ride is perfect for getting him out into the world.

What’s even better is that it serves two purposes. The Solvit HoundAbout II is designed as a dog bicycle trailer (for bikes with a Shimano gear set), but if you buy the optional Strolling kit (sold separately), you can use it as a stroller too. The conversion process for either type of use is simple and quick.

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Features & Benefits of the Solvit HoundAbout II™ Pet Bicycle Trailer with the optional Strolling Kit

Tripawd Dog Stroller
Try a stroller to walk the entire pack together.

A sturdy but light frame. Made of aluminum, the frame is solid but light enough to load into a car and push a big ol’ Shepherd around.

The cabin is large and well-ventilated. The huge windows and shades keep any dog from overheating on the hottest days.

Built-in safety features.  There’s an exterior brake for parking on hills. Inside there’s a safety tether to attach your Tripawd. And it has rear reflectors and reflective fabric features for nighttime visibility.

Assembly is easy peasy. We had no problem putting the trailer together. The manual is semi-useful, but assembly is relatively intuitive. What we especially love is that the trailer collapses down into a size that’s easily portable.

It fits into a space 37″ long x 29″ wide by 18″ high. The wheels and strolling kit / trailer hitch also go on and come off without a problem.

Storage pockets keep your hands free. The cabin has three exterior good-sized storage compartments for leash, treat, poop bags, etc.

The Solvit Houndabout II Pet Bicycle Trailer and Stoller
The stroller is lightweight and easy to store.

We only found one flaw with this stroller: the cabin floor seemed too flimsy to hold 75-pound Wyatt. To fix that, we just added a few layers of heavy-duty cardboard on top of the existing panel (for a larger dog, you probably want to add plywood sheeting instead). It hasn’t been an issue since.

Trailer Sizing and Dimensions

The Medium Trailer

  • Holds dogs up to 50 lb.
  • Inside cab measures 26 in L x 17 in W x 20 in H

The Large Trailer

  • Holds dogs up to 110 lb
  • Inside cab measures 33 in L x 22 in W x 26 in H

This Tripawd Dog Stroller and Bike Trailer Works as Hard as Your Hero

Happy Tripawd Dog Stroller
Is this a happy strolling Tripawd or what?!

You’ll find lots of dog strollers on Amazon, but very few are made sturdy and large enough for bigger dogs. This one gets the job done and allows Wyatt to join us on long walks. He still walks along side us for a brief distance to keep him strong, but when his walk is over, the ride fun begins!

If your heart belongs to a large breed pooch, and you want your pup’s adventures to continue, this Tripawd dog stroller is the ticket.

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10 thoughts on “The Ultimate Tripawd Dog Stroller Leaves No Canine Behind”

  1. Lookin’ good Wyatt! Will you use this when you run/train for marathons? And did you feel at all silly pushing a dog in a stroller? I only ask, because when I first got a stroller for Kodi, I was self-conscious; especially hearing comments like “Oh, I thought you had a baby in there…its a dog”. Now I could care less because my 16 year old dog can go as far as his little terror brothers can – and he will get out and walk 2 or 3 times so he still gets exercise.

    Paula and Warrior Angel Nitro

    • Hey Paula! Aren’t they awesome? Yeah I’d like to take him on training runs when we are in a better location for that kind of thing. The roads where we are at right now are just too sketchy and hilly for me and the stroller. I did feel self-conscious pushing him around when we first got it, especially when some jerk called out “He’s a dog make him walk!” GRRR. So I yelled back “He CAN’T, he’s old and only has 3 legs!” I heard the guy go “Ohhh” and hopefully he’ll think twice before saying something like that again! I do love how we don’t have to leave him home all the time, it’s pretty awesome.

      • What at total moron….I never had any rude comments, mostly I get big smiles. But it took me awhile to not care what people thought about it.

        (I look like the crazy lady who pushes her cats around) 🙂


  2. This looks great! We already have a stroller, but it can’t be converted into a bike trailer. This one does both!
    Since we don’t have a car, being able to bring Nora along by bike would make her world SO much bigger.
    I was super self conscious about the stroller myself in the beginning, AND got the same rude comments as you did 😡

    • Yes we really love that stroller Vibeke! It’s a solid ride and easy to switch between stroller and trailer. Let us know if you get one.

    • Hi Susan. The bottom is firm, not cushioned. You can add a dog crate pad easily. We recommend even adding an extra layer of thick cardboard or other substrate to the bottom if your dog is over 60 pounds. It felt just a bit too flimsy for our 80 pound Wyatt. That was about the only shortcoming.


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