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Comparing 3 Pet Gear Strollers

Even though you have a small pet, you may still want a pet stroller that has extra room for your little buddy. Pet Gear makes a variety of strollers for small pets and it can be difficult to make a decision. We’ll look at three of them here: Happy Trails, Special Edition and the AT3.

PG8100ST

Happy Trails

  • 4 color options: Sage, Blue, Pink and Brown
  • Holds 30 pounds; 24 inch long cabin
  • 4 small wheels; front wheels swivel
  • Easy to open and collapse
  • Mesh zippers all the way over the cabin
  • Comes in a No-Zip style; with a paw rest and a clasp front entry

PG8250RB

Special Edition

  • Three colors to choose from: Blueberry, Raspberry and Sage
  • Holds up to 45 pounds with a 26 inch long cabin
  • Has 3 wheels and front wheel can lock or swivel
  • Easy to open and collapse
  • Mesh zippers all the way over the front of the cabin
  • Comes in a No-Zip style; with a paw rest and a clasp front entry

PG8350RP

AT3 Jogger

  • 2 colors: Blue and Red
  • Holds up to 60 pounds; 30.5 inch long cabin
  • 12 inch wheels; EVA foam-filled
  • Three wheeled jogging stroller; front wheel can lock or swivel
  • Front and rear zippered entry

 

If you have a pet that weighs less than 30 pounds, you might be very happy with any of the three above strollers. Measure the length and shoulder height of your pet to help determine what size cabin would make him or her most comfortable.

 

Pet Gear strollers are available at PerfectPetStroller.com

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How to Assemble the Gen7Pets Jogger

The newest pet stroller made by Gen7Pets is the Jogger. It is a robust vehicle, dressed in a rich red fabric, that is able to hold 75 pounds of pet. This could be one big dog or two smaller dogs. The cabin measures 26 inches long, which is plenty of room for two pets to ride comfortably.

This stroller is simple to assemble, it does not require any tools. One big difference between this dog jogging stroller and others is the EVA foam tires. Most jogging strollers have air-filled tires. For people who prefer not to mess around with using a bike pump, these “never flat” tires will be just right. The rear shock absorbers give the stroller a smooth ride.

When assembling the front wheel, be sure to align the small metal “tooth” on each side with the hole on each side of the fork. Then the knob needs to be tightened until the metal lever can be pulled down to essentially lock the wheel in place. Keeping the wheel is swivel mode is optimal unless you are running with the stroller, or traveling over uneven roads. In swivel mode, the stroller is very easy to steer.

The rear wheels fit easily onto the posts by squeezing the metal piece. Release the metal piece after the wheel is on and be sure it is on securely. The following video demonstrates how to assemble the Jogger.