Sit! Go! Even in wheelchairs, our pals can now do both. Easily.
It’s finally here! The SitGo, Best Friend Mobility’s revolutionary pet wheelchair that allows our best buds not only to get up and go but also to sit and relax even in their wheels!
Still made of the same durable, lightweight materials as our rear leg and quad support wheelchairs, the SitGo is the first of its kind to allow for voluntary sitting and lying down.
And, because the rear can be lowered, getting your dog in the wheelchair—especially if he or she is big and heavy—becomes an easier, no-lifting operation.
Your pet should have normal front leg strength to use this cart
SELF-ACTUATING ASSISTED SIT/STAND ASSEMBLY
The revolutionary design of the SitGo allows your mobility-challenged pet to sit, lie down, and get up and go with speed and ease; Pet can use the cart for assisted walking or full rear leg support—with zero rear leg weight-bearing.
ADJUSTABLE SPRING TENSION SYSTEM
Easily adjust the tension of the spring of the SitGo to accommodate varying weights.
SUPER ADJUSTABLE FOR PERFECT FIT
Our lightweight frame, with aircraft grade 6061 aluminum, fiberglass, and glass filled polymers, keeps dog stable while providing superior maneuverability. Height and length adjustable for excellent customization.
MAXIMUM COMFORT & BENEFITS
All-terrain, dense wheels for smooth travel, padded shoulder support; deluxe triple thronged neoprene adjustable shoulder harness and double rear leg harness; fixed, ultra-padded seat. Top-quality creature comforts.
EASY TO STORE & TRANSPORT
Tool-lessly remove the wheelbars to fold the SitGo flat, making it easy to carry, easy to load into your car, and easy to store. All parts are washable and easy to clean.
The Best Friend Mobility SitGo is good for:
- Multiple breeds, our size options and easy adjustability make it a great choice for pets across a wide range of sizes.
- Pets with:
- Hip dysplasia
- Neurological problems like Osteomyelitis or Degenerative Myelopathy
- Fractured spine/back
- Ligamentous injuries like PCL or ACL
- Thoracic or Lumbar disc injury
- Rear limb amputees
- Any other condition that results in rear leg pain or weakness