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our dachshund hurt his back, so for rehab we made him swim a lot and i built this chair until he could use his back legs again.
bought about $20 worth of stuff
parts: 2 - 8" pneumatic wheels, 1 aluminum tent pole, 2 dome nuts, 1 medium black dog harness,2 locking nuts, 1 box of tennis racket padding,2 metal right ...
made a U shaped bar and wrapped it with tennis racket tape
fixed it all together and made it to where it would adjust for length of the dog.
i bent the aluminum rod into a figure 8 shape with a mallet, by hands and a vise. i made sure there were no ruff marks on it ...
i drilled to small recessed holes in the aluminum shaft to connect the L-brackets. and bolted them together. i hand-sanded the heads of the screw to wear they ...
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