Cart Fun Add Video

This is just a simple video showing our boy, Buddy2, doing what he does best- enjoying life!! This video shows him in his Walkin Wheels cart on both land and in the water. Check it out- you will understand why these special needs dogs can have a rich and fulfilling life.

Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on July 31, 2011 at 8:48 PM 2205 Views

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18 Comments

Reply Scooter Jones
9:32 PM on June 28, 2012 
Great video, thanks for sharing it. Those pups have a great life!
Reply Craig Rogers
3:49 PM on March 6, 2012 
That's really great to see Buddy2 having so much fun. His life would be so much different without you guys helping him, nice work...
Reply samantha
6:25 AM on December 18, 2011 
wow Buddy2 is having the life. He can do everything! He's so lucky to have owners like you.
Reply Alissa
12:42 PM on August 8, 2011 
Thank you so much for sharing. I really enjoyed seeing Buddy 2 in action.
Reply Travis & Cheryl Adlington
11:34 AM on August 7, 2011 
Hi Renee-

Thanks for the comments and the best of luck to you with your dog. Please stay tuned for our first real videos on bladder and bowel expression on a paralyzed dog coming up in the next few weeks. That is the real purpose of our site-to educate and to show that it really is not an intimidating process and anyone can do these techniques on any dog anywhere. We also really want to start a cart loaner service where people who cannot afford one can get a cart for their dog from us for just shipping and handling. We also will have many, many videos showing how to set up and fit carts for different dogs and for different reasons, from total paralysis to hip dysplasia to arthritis and old age. So if you or anyone else out there knows of a cart not being used, we would love to "collect" it for this future loaner program. Take care and thanks fro caring about your dog enough to get educated and to find out about things like these marvelous carts. God Bless!


renee jean demond says...
Hey great video! I have a min pin with bad hips and knees and have been thinking about one of these carts before things get too bad. I will definatley be looking at these today. Thank you for taking the time to inform us. God Bless!
Reply renee jean demond
11:20 AM on August 7, 2011 
Hey great video! I have a min pin with bad hips and knees and have been thinking about one of these carts before things get too bad. I will definatley be looking at these today. Thank you for taking the time to inform us. God Bless!
Reply Travis & Cheryl Adlington
1:55 PM on August 1, 2011 
Thanks Robin!! How is everything with you folks? If there is anything you need or that we can do for you, please DO ask, OK?


Travis, Cheryl, Jasmine & Buddy2

Robin says...
Wonderful footage of the kids!
Reply Robin
12:40 PM on August 1, 2011 
Wonderful footage of the kids!
Reply travis & Cheryl Adlington
10:59 AM on August 1, 2011 
Hi Sis!!

Hey, thanks for taking a look. We will be adding many more videos in the weeks ahead, but they will be much shorter and the sound and editing will of course be much more polished . We'll let you all know when the next series of vids gets uploaded- till then take care and give our love to all!!

Travis & Cheryl

denise says...
That is beautiful! Buddy is having a great time, looks good. What can I say? There is a place for capable canines!
Reply Travis & Cheryl Adlington
10:55 AM on August 1, 2011 
Thanks Connie- Stay tuned for the videos coming that will show bladder and bowel expressing techniques for incontinent dogs. That is what the site is primarily intended to be about. Hope all is well with you and W.A.R.F. Stay in touch and we'll see you soon!!

Travis & Cheryl



Connie says...
Totally awesome! Hardly would say he is 'disabled'!! I know it took a lot of time and work and dedication to make this happen. He, as well as both of you are truly inspirations.
Reply Travis & Cheryl Adlington
10:53 AM on August 1, 2011 
Thanks Elaine!! Coming from you, that really means a lot, since you must simply have one of the biggest hearts I have ever seen!! Thank you for all that you do for the animals!!

Travis & Cheryl

elaine says...
What a wonderful dog. He can teach us life can still be fun even if we cant make it without help. Praise to Travis and Cheryl for helping him live a full life with such gusto.
Love you Buddy
Reply Scott
10:40 AM on August 1, 2011 
Great video, looks like a wonderful day for everyone.
Reply travis & cheryl Adlington
11:56 PM on July 31, 2011 
Thanks Susie-

I know you have done loads of work with Indigo which is so cool. Thanks for all that you do for the animals- it is absolutely immeasurable the love and generosity you have shown- there is a special place for people like you and we hope that one day we can all be there (with our dogs of course!!)

Travis & Cheryl

Susie Jensen says...
Looks great. They look so happy together. Truly an inspiration to the rest of us. It makes me so happy to see. My own boy Indigo who had a totaly paralyzed leg is now using it at least 75 %. He will never get any feeling in his paw but he is doing just fine also. We will never give up.
Reply Travis Adlington
11:52 PM on July 31, 2011 
Thanks Elaine- I know of very few people with a heart as big as yours so your comments are especially appreciated!!

elaine says...
What a wonderful dog. He can teach us life can still be fun even if we cant make it without help. Praise to Travis and Cheryl for helping him live a full life with such gusto.
Love you Buddy
Reply denise
11:42 PM on July 31, 2011 
That is beautiful! Buddy is having a great time, looks good. What can I say? There is a place for capable canines!
Reply Susie Jensen
11:03 PM on July 31, 2011 
Looks great. They look so happy together. Truly an inspiration to the rest of us. It makes me so happy to see. My own boy Indigo who had a totaly paralyzed leg is now using it at least 75 %. He will never get any feeling in his paw but he is doing just fine also. We will never give up.
Reply Connie
10:35 PM on July 31, 2011 
Totally awesome! Hardly would say he is 'disabled'!! I know it took a lot of time and work and dedication to make this happen. He, as well as both of you are truly inspirations.
Reply elaine
9:43 PM on July 31, 2011 
What a wonderful dog. He can teach us life can still be fun even if we cant make it without help. Praise to Travis and Cheryl for helping him live a full life with such gusto.
Love you Buddy