dogs4jen wrote:Adrienne, people here have said carpetmills aren't good for dogs with joint issues, has that been your experience too? I would really like to get a carpetmill instead of fixing our human treadmill, but Roscoe has elbow dysphasia. I watched the video on dog treadmills on Bad Rap's website, and it didn't really look like the dog had to dig in that much, but of course I wouldn't want to make his elbows worse. The video on Bad Rap's site is great for people wanting more info on dog treadmills, with a good Iggy Pop song to boot!
dogs4jen wrote:I didn't have mine anywhere near that fast, 3 or so miles per hour, for twenty to thirty minutes, one dog at a time. The only downside is that it's really boring, just sitting there feeding them for an hour, and I don't get any exercise. I am hoping my husband can just replace the motor on mine.
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