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Hey there,45 pound might be the limit for my design, but you would have to try. The third leg is a challenge, I dont know how it would work, because I only had dogs without front legs in mind. Let me know if you need further info
Hey there,Sorry unfortunately I cant help you since this design is for small/medium sized dogs with front leg disabilities :/
Hey,Unfortunately not, I dont know what alternatives there are in the US. Where are you located?
feel free to contact me :)
Hey Fiorella,This is rather difficult, since you are Peru is really far away. I'm not sure if you can source the needed parts (mainly the connectors) there.How big/heavy is your dog?
Hey there!I'll send you a message and hope I can help you and your Goldie :)
This is so awesome - I love it! I'd love to learn more about Tucker's progress!
They certainly would... That would be better for the speakers than sitting in my storage room as well :D
Yes it does reduce the volume. It is a trade-off between volume and stiffness. If you don't intend to use the subwoofer for high volumes you can neglect the foam and benefit from the bigger volume. If you want to listen to higher volumes, I'd recomment the foam.
Yes, I tried to place it in the outer ring.
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Hey Judy,Sorry, I havent seen your comment earlier. If it's still relevant feel free to write me a message and I'll be happy to help you :)
Hey there,where are you from?I wouldnt recommend printing these, since they really need to handle high forces. If you want to contact me, in the meantime I made some improvements to the print files.
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