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The best dog walker machine

Does your dog have to rehabilitate after a surgery? Does your dog have joint problems or obesity? Do you want to keep your dog fit and vital? Then choose the Dogmill: the strong, but quiet dog walker machine. The treadmills for dogs are available in different models, from large to small. Not sure which treadmill to choose for your dog? Check the best suiting model here. Give yourself and your dog a Dogmill!

How does the dog walker machine work?

The dog walker machine of Dogmills is designed specifically for dogs, is completely run on own muscle strength and therefore not driven by electricity. This allows the dog to decide when and how fast he or she wants to walk. Moreover, the treadmill was designed to prevent undesired pressure on the joints and to prevent the dog from falling off. The dog walker machine of Dogmills is used amongst others by kennel holders, rehabilitation centres, veterinarians, dog breeders, trainers of the police and army and of course by private dog owners. The treadmill of Dogmills is also used for behavioural therapy.

Fit and vital with the dog walker machine of Dogmills

When a dog runs this is an asymmetrical movement (the dog runs slightly aslant), which can lead more quickly to an overloading of certain joints or muscles, similar to sudden turns. While walking on a treadmill for dogs, the dog walks in a straight line which is the healthiest form of movement for a dog to attain a great stamina.

Fit and vital with the dog walker treadmill of Dogmills

When a dog runs this is an asymmetrical movement (the dog runs slightly aslant), which can lead more quickly to an overloading of certain joints or muscles, similar to sudden turns. While walking on

the Dogmill, the dog walks in a straight line, which is the healthiest form of movement for a dog to attain a great stamina.

Order the Dogmill

You can order our dog walker treadmill directly online. Are you curious about the operation of the Dogmill? View our photos and videos. Do you have any questions or would you like advice? Please contact us.

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