Paralyzed therapy dog Scooter visits his local Walmart
- Aug. 16, 2013
-- HandicappedPets.com is pleased to annouce that the company's signature product - the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair - has been selected to compete in the "Get on the Shelf" contest at Walmart.com. "Get on the Shelf" is a social, crowdsourcing competition developed by @WalmartLabs that gives entrepreneurs a chance to get noticed and sell their products on Walmart.com and potentially in select Walmart stores. As the pet industry's only fully adjustable dog wheelchair that is ideal for both long term and rehabilitative use, storage friendly, and easily transportable,
the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair would be the ideal product addition for Walmart shelves.
During the first round of competition, the public can cast their votes daily for the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair here (https://getontheshelf.walmart.com/
Dog-Wheel). Informed by the first round of voting from August 6, 2013 through September 2, 2013, Walmart merchants will select up to 20 product finalists that will be featured in an original web series. With the voting support of pet caretakers from around the world who rely on HandicappedPets.com
for products, service and support for their elderly, disabled and injured pets, the company hopes to advance into the next round of the competition.About HandicappedPets.com
HandicappedPets.com provides all of the products, services and support that pet caretakers need to help their elderly, disabled and injured pets enjoy healthy, happy, active lives. The company's signature product is the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair - the industry's only fully adjustable canine cart that can be ordered online and shipped the same day. The Walkin' Wheels for Handicapped Pets is the ideal dog wheelchair for long term and/or rehabilitative use because it easily adjusts in length, width and height to accommodate any size dog and any level of mobility from partial to complete paralysis of the rear legs. Additional information is available online at HandicappedPets.com (https://www.handicappedpets.com
) or by phone at 888-811-7387.