Dog strollers might sound like a silly concept, but the truth is that they can save your dog a lot of discomfort. If you have a dog that can’t keep up with their normal exercise routine due to age, illness or some other reason, you should consider investing in a high-quality stroller so that they can still enjoy fresh air and sunshine.To help you through the many options we have reviewed dozens of dog strollers to identify 10 of the best, let’s take a look at each!
The NO-ZIP technology is an outstanding feature of the Pet Gear NV Stroller as it safely houses the pet and at the same time, makes it so convenient for the owner to take their pet in and out.This product features a front locking wheel that makes it easy to navigate through rough terrains. This is a stroller with large, air-filled tires, which makes it perfect to use when you’re jogging with your pet. Meanwhile, the window allows your pet to enjoy the sights outdoors from inside the stroller. The Pet Gear stroller comes in different colors to suit your style.
The stroller can be folded and unfolded using only one hand and the rear braking system adds to the ease of use in a big way. The front wheels rotate a full 360-degrees which makes steering a breeze and the two pet compartment pads that come with it will make sure your pup’s ride is a comfortable one. You can use this stroller for virtually any dog, small, medium or large; the weight capacity is an impressive 75 pounds.
The Expedition model of the Pet Gear No-Zip line is for your biggest dogs; it will carry a dog (or multiple dog) up to 150 pounds, which is a spectacular feat that hardly any of its peers can boast. The same stroller in a slightly smaller size, the Excursion, (also available at the link above) will offer all the same features but will be a bit more compact with only a 100 pound weight maximum – which is still nothing to scoff at!
The Gen7Pets stroller is a great entry-level stroller with a few more bells and whistles than the OxFord 3. It holds a pup weighing up to 25 pounds and has a wide mesh fold-up cover, a soft comfort pad and extra zipper storage space for pet supplies and treats. The front wheel swivels on smooth pavement and locks on bumpy terrain, making it easy to maneuver no matter where you are.
The Pet Gear No-Zip pet stroller is a little more expensive that some of our other picks, but for good reason. With a no-zip entry, getting in and out of the stroller is a breeze and is guaranteed to keep dogs from escaping. It’s also great for multiple types of terrain, featuring “air ride” technology that functions similarly to your car’s shocks. The stroller is 40″ to the handle, and can hold dogs up to 45 pounds.
We love this Promenade Pet Stroller because it’s versatile enough to be used for most pet owners. It can hold up to 50 pounds of weight, so it’ll work for either small or medium dogs with plenty of space inside to move around. One perk to this stroller is that the mesh panel can be completely removed. On sunny days, your pet can enjoy the fresh air without fabric getting in the way. If your pet is prone to jumping out, however, you can zipper them in with no problem.
The All Terrain Extra Wide 3 Wheels stroller has the room that your dogs need to be comfortable, as long as they are small dogs. This stroller has a maximum weight of 30 pounds so it’s only suitable for two small dogs but this is a fun and stylish stroller for two small dogs. It has a mesh window cover that allows fresh air in but keeps out bugs. It has a large basket underneath to carry your items plus a cup holder and compartment near the handle for treats, cell phones, and other small items. The All Terrain Extra Wide 3 Wheels stroller fold down flat and fits into any vehicle easily.
Rather than one large compartment, this OxGord stroller has 2 separate compartments with a total weight limit of 55 pounds. The compartments are each roomy, and each dog has a front-facing mesh panel for sightseeing. The stroller is fairly lightweight despite its large size, and includes plenty of storage for personal items. If you have more than 2 dogs, you can also put two into one compartment as long as the total weight remains under the limit. Some dogs don’t appreciate being crowded into one space, so having the option to split them up is very useful.
This stroller can be used as a 3-wheel stroller or as a bike trailer with an easy and quick conversion. The stroller has an impressive weight limit of 66 pounds, and is fairly lightweight itself at 37 pounds. It may add an extra challenge to your run, but once you get going it’ll be a smooth ride. With mesh panels on all sides of this stroller, your dog will be able to gaze out at the trail during your entire jog. The stroller is easy to steer with a hand-lock brake system.
While the majority of pet strollers being sold on the market today only feature one or two areas at most where your pet can make their way in and out of the stroller, Vivo have designed this pet stroller with 3 areas where your pet can make their way in and out with as much ease as possible being the end goal in mind. Even though the entry and exit areas have to be opened and closed via a zipper, the zipper mechanism with this pet stroller is one of the better ones found on the market and won’t give you much of a hard time making use of them.