korean-based hs2 studio has come up with a concept for a pet wheelchair that can support dogs with restricted mobility. the design features a robust frame that works to alleviate some of the weight and tension on the hind-limbs of its user.
images courtesy of hs2 studio
hs2 studio uses a mixture of metal framing, plastic components, and a set of wheels to envision the pet wheelchair. the model is kept in place with straps that wrap around the hips and the breast of the animal. an adjustable frame has been designed so the wheelchair can be used to support pets of varying sizes. meanwhile foam tubing is used to prevent any irritability from prolonged use.
the wheelchair could be used as a powerful rehabilitation tool, offering freedom to animals that are recovering from accidents or surgery. it could also be used as a long-term solution for pets who suffer from inherited disorders.
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