For the pet on the go. The Happy Trailer Pet Stroller is a must!
This large pet stroller can accommodate pets up to 75 lbs or multiple small pets. It includes a wind and rain cover so that you and your pup are ready for whatever the day may bring! The PetZip Happy Trailer dog jogging stroller has larger wheels and a front, swivel wheel for extra handling. It goes over rough terrain well. City walking and jogging has never been better or easier.
Oversized, the Happy Trailer also converts to a bicycle trailer that can be attached to your bicycle for fun doggie cruising! This awesome pet stroller for dogs comes in blue or red and your pup will love it.
The Happy Trailer is a Dog Jogger, Stroller & Bike Trailer all in one! Very easy folding and storage!
Posted by BA on Sep 11th 2014
I purchased this for my oldest Lancashire Heeler who is 16 years old and still likes his walks but cant go as far as the other two, 13 and 10 years,, but ever once in a while I put all 3 inside and they ride comfortably.. The total weight for them all is around 48lbs. The bike attachment was a little tricky though but all in all still love it!
Posted by zTaEEhyj on Aug 15th 2014
Daphne is a 9 year old bulldog who loves her walks but would get tired. This cart is a game changer for walks. Now we go as far as she can and then she'll jump in for the ride home. Daphne is 49 lbs and fits, but if she was bigger I would want her to have a wider cabin. Zippers work great and easy to steer we are happy with the happy trailer.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 4th 2014
I cannot say enough good things about this Doggy-Cart! It has saved the day for me! I let my pup start out walking then when she wears out on me she happily jumps in and enjoys the ride! Works wonderfully behind my bike, too!
What a great product!
Posted by Unknown on May 5th 2014
This is a good stroller. It is easy to push and steer. However, our bulldog is about 65 pounds and she is a bit big for the stroller, even though it supports up to 75 pounds. She can't turnaround in it due to her wide shoulders. It isn't a deal-breaker, because she can get in the stroller fine and she likes to be pushed around, but I have to lift her out backwards which is a bit tricky.