Welcome to our frequently asked questions page, now loosely organized into categories...
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Q: Do you have a pattern for a doggy backpack?
A: We have not created one but we found this great tutorial for a dog backpack on Crafster.com.
Q: Is it cheaper to make your own?
A: For most items it is. Here are some links:
We are not dog trainers per se. However, we have had years of experience with dogs, which is reflected in these answers to dog behavior questions.
Here are some answers to questions about carriers and crates.
Click on the link to find Answers to Dog Clothing Questions.
Also see Making a Dog Hat or Togue.
Visitors have had various questions regarding these items for dogs.
Q: Can you tell me what is wrong with my dog and how I need to treat him/her?
A: Please see our homemade dog remedies section to see if you can find an answer to your question. (Scroll down to the bottom of the page for visitor contributions.) You can also review the Dog Health Answers page.
If you have a health question about your dog that is not covered on our website, go to The Internet Pet Vet for a free e-book by Dr. Andrew Jones of Nelson, British Columbia. He offers a holistic, common-sense approach to treating pets at home wherever possible.
Q: Do you have a ramp design for getting a dog out of the water into a boat or out of a swimming pool?
A: For a great inexpensive design, see Marie's DIY Dog Pool Ramp.
You may also wish to see queries about dog swimming pool ramps and dog boat ramps.
Q: Do you build and sell dog ramps?
A: No, we do not and here's the reason why.
Q: I need advice regarding a dog ramp for my home or car please.
Q: Dog slipping on wooden stairs.
A: See the suggestions at Old Dog and Slippery Stairs.
Q: What is the running length of your treadmill?
A: The supporting platform for the Dogge Runner™ is 48 inches long to suit a dog with a medium or shorter length stride. You may be able to modify our plans for a larger dog. More details here.
A number of you have had questions about materials used for dog toys or else are looking for a particular set of instructions that you once saw. We have compiled them into a separate page for you.
Q: Do you have plans for large size dogs with rear leg issues?
A: At this time, we only have such plans for a two-wheel design for dogs up to 50 lbs. You are welcome to purchase our Dogge Chariot™ plans and try to adapt them for a larger size dog. However, we cannot guarantee, nor do we hold ourselves liable for the results.
Q: Do you have plans for small dogs with rear leg issues?
A: No, not at this time.
Q: Do you have plans for a quad design?
Q: Do you have a set of plans for a two-wheeled design for dogs with front leg issues?
A: Not at this time. See Front Leg Amputee Wheelchair for more details.
Miscellaneous questions and answers about dog wheel chairs:
Several specific situations are addressed at Dog Wheelchair Questions.