That would go great with the doggie high chair I saw on Jezebel a couple of days ago.Please don't tell my grandma about either of those items!
It's really not that demented if you have a pet that is handicapped or geriatric and who wants to be outside but can't walk or has mobility issues.Just a different perspective there for you from a pet owner with a dog with severe arthritis.
Karen, I am really sorry. You're right, of course. The copy in the catalog doesn't mention disabled pets, but of course that's what they are for.
Thanks Christina! No problem what-so-ever. I know most of us automatically think of Paris in her high heels pushing around her Chihuahua while she sips her mochachino. ;)
They're also useful to take a puppy out and about before they've had their vaccinations. You need to get them socialised but they aren't meant to be put on the ground where other dogs may have been to avoid them catching parvo etc (You may look like an odd ball doing it though) :)