[New Product] Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet Stroller

Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet StrollerParents of small pets face different issues than those who have larger pets. Because of their size, small pets are more vulnerable to all sorts of threats the big world presents. Little paws get stuck in little crevices. Shorter legs have to work much harder than those with longer strides. Looking for a way to protect your petite pooch from dangers like these? Take your small pet along wherever you go in safety and comfort with the Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet Stroller.

Special needs of small pets

For small pets, the world and everything in it can be intimidating. Some breeds, like Chihuahuas, seem ready to take on any battle as if they had no idea they were outsized by nearly everything. Others are more fearful, which can be a good thing if it helps them stay away from trouble. However, if it results in anxiety and constant barking, you may need to find solutions.

Small pet households require a little extra mindfulness than those homes with larger pets. The smaller a dog or cat is, the more likely he or she may be accidentally stepped on, sat on, or lost in the sofa cushions. If you have large pets and introduce a smaller pet into the home, some training may be required to ensure your large dog knows to go easy when playing with a new, smaller sibling.

Small dog problems and solutions

The following are some small pet problems and suggested solutions:

  • Lapdog laziness problems – If your small dog spends most of his or her time lying on your lap or at your feet, weight gain, separation anxiety, and anti-social behavior may become issues. Be sure to play with your pet daily and find other ways to increase engagement with other people and pets. Keep treats small, lean and few in number to help less active small pets avoid obesity.
  • Yappy pup problems – Small dogs are known for taking barking to the next level. This can result from separation anxiety, a lack of exercise and socialization, as well as the need for training and discipline. Because small dogs pose little threat of doing any significant damage, pet parents may be inconsistent with disciplinary measures and behavior training. Unfortunately, this results in “bratty” behavior from barking to biting. Use reward-based training to help your dog understand good behavior from bad and always be consistent. Punishment-based training will make small dogs aggressive, even more so than with large dogs.
  • Floating kneecap problems (luxating patella) – Many small dogs are prone to experiencing dislocated kneecaps from time to time. In some instances, the dislocation will occur only briefly, then the kneecap will slide back into place on its own. In other cases, surgery may be required. Keep your small dog’s joints healthy by giving him or her daily joint supplements, regular exercise to keep muscles strong, and provide a pet ramp or steps to keep jumping on and off furniture to a minimum.
  • Take me with you problems – Small dogs were bred to be constant companions (usually for royalty and the elite) so they may naturally feel entitled to go everywhere with you. While it’s easier to sneak your small dog into places larger dogs can’t get away with like stores and restaurants with outdoor seating, there are times when it can be awkward or dangerous for your little one. Of course, if your purse-sized pooch has bad manners, these outings can be stressful. This is another good example of why training small dogs is good for you both. When your dog is peaceful and well-behaved, it’s easier and more fun to bring your companion along on daily errands.

Small dog training

Many small dog problems can be solved with good training. The American Kennel Club (AKC) offers a dog training program that helps dogs learn how to remain calm and confident in social situations. The Canine Good Citizen Program covers 10 important social situations that all dogs should learn to react to appropriately. These include accepting a friendly stranger, walking through a crowd, and reacting to another dog, among others. The CGC training ends with a test and certificate acknowledging that your dog is, indeed, a Canine Good Citizen. Even if you do not opt to enroll your small dog in CGC training, reviewing the testing criteria is a good place to start when considering areas to work on to improve your dog’s behavior.

Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet Stroller for safe leash-free walks

Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet StrollerYou and your small pet can stroll the streets in style and comfort with the Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet Stroller. Designed to accommodate small dogs or cats weighing up to 25 lbs, this sturdy, easy-to-maneuver stroller is lightweight yet loaded with features.

The Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet Stroller is made to go wherever your travels take you with front wheel shock absorbers that provide a smooth, comfortable ride. The 38″ Smart-Reach handle offers greater kick space to suit any stride and the convertible front wheel can swivel for smooth surfaces or lock to handle rougher terrain. Rear wheel brakes lock for safety, while the built-in, zippered Smart-Basket compartment safely stores accessories and other belongings.

There are even more features to promise your pet a safe and cozy cruise. The Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet Stroller has a unique Smart-Canopy that opens up and out of the way, with a built-in mesh window for added visibility. Two Smart-Zippers on either side make it easy to open and close for quick access to your pet. The interior adjustable tethers attach to your pet’s collar to keep him or her secure inside the stroller. There’s also a thick removable and washable pad to cushion your pet’s ride.

Measuring 38″ L x 17″ W x 38″ H and weighing only 11 lbs, it folds for easy storage in a closet, the car trunk or under a bed. The stroller requires no tools for assembly. It’s ideal for pets with mobility issues, very small pets who may be too tiny to safely walk on a leash, or those who need to retain their personal space for other reasons. Get a Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet Stroller and take your small dog or house cat outside for fresh air and sunshine without the worries of leash walking.



Win a FREE Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet Stroller!

Do you and your pet need a Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet Stroller? Just leave a comment below for a chance to win a FREE Gen7Pets Regal Plus Pet Stroller from 1800PetMeds!

One winner will be chosen at random, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! (Limited to residents of the U.S.) The winner will be announced on Monday, June 19, 2017! Good luck!

Congrats to the drawing winner, Linda B! We’ve sent you an email with details about claiming your prize. 



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  1. My daughter has been wanting one of these for our little Coton deTulear! Would love to win her one!!!!

  2. I have cats that could use a stroller to go about the neighborhood.

  3. Would love to win this stroller, for my 11 year old dog, named Duke. I have several health issues, but so does Duke. I adopted him as a puppy with a hip problem. Since then he has developed arthritis. I would love to take long walks with him again.

  4. Oh my goodness what a life saver this would be. Our fur babies are getting older but love to go wherever we go and they struggle to keep up or we struggle to slow down. There is just a lot of times when we cannot carry them. All four of us would think this was sent from heaven for sure.
    Happy fur babies, Happy Life!! 💝

  5. Wow! Stroller weighs less than my chihuahua! Being a nursing mom of 5 puppies, anxiety of taking walks around other dogs turns into less walks & more backyard. With a stroller, time away from her puppies without picking up any unknown bacteria, diseases or allergies from going ANYWHERE could be a life saver!

  6. I could definitely use one for my older pug that has paralysis in it’s back leg due a stroke that injured/bruised it’s spine 🙁 He cannot longer walk and it is difficult to see him like this. I would love for him to be able to join us on our walk and visits to places so he can enjoy life as much as he can. He is also almost blind.

  7. Would be wonderful to win from pet meds, this beautiful Pink fur baby stroller, for our Companion Baby Girl (Miss Millie) she goes everywhere with us, but the markets don’t want us to put her in their carts, while shopping, 🤔, Hubby has a heart problem and she lets us know when it’s about to happen, and I have had hardware in my back now have a bad knee due to nerve damage, so it’s hard for us to always carry her, as we both use canes. Golden years never came!
    Miss Mollie would love to use this fur baby stroller, fer sure, us as well.
    We all 3 thank you for the chance to win one, as swerve waiting on disability to kick in, set income right now (very little)
    We just had our 40th Anniversary June 16th. And stayed home,
    Again thank you for the opportunity to possibly have the chance to win a fur baby stroller.

  8. How nice is this I’d love a pet stroller for my older furbaby.. 🙂

  9. I would love to take my little Jack Russell with me when I go out but I cannot pack him around and I don’t like to lease him to walk on hot pavement. I would love to have one of your strollers. It would allow me to take my best friend with me everywhere I go. Thanks for the opportunity to win one of your strollers.

  10. I have a 16 year old and a 10 year old with arthritis. The 3 of us were caregivers for my 94 year old mother…their granny. She was bed bound so the large yard and granny was their life. On May 9 we lost my Mom (their granny). Walking is our therapy…..BUT ….because of the age and arthritis a stroller would be so helpful…..and taking turns on the ride would be ideal.

  11. My daughter would love this for her cat Luna so she could take her on walks

  12. Patricia Anne BennettJune 17, 2017 at 8:58 am

    My little Jasmine is just under 11 years old, but cannot walk very far before tiring. I need to get out and walk for exercise, and would love to take her along with me. What a Godsend it would be for both of us to win that fantastic stroller!

  13. I would love to win the doggie stroller!I love to walk but my 16 year old Pomeranian just can’t walk with me anymore.
    I am 75 years old and I would love this for me and my sweet dog..Ginger.

  14. Love this site! Have not had a pet/dog in over 20 years and am learning so much from this site. The stroller would be excellent for my little rescued doggie.

  15. I would love to win this for my 2 lil Chihuahua’s, one of which has the floating kneecaps. I have had 9 Lumbar surgeries trying to fix me. This would truly be a blessing for both myself & my 2 fur babies. I need the exercise & they low getting out & going places with me. Thanks for giving everyone this chance of winning. Good Luck to everyone

  16. My dog, Angel, who is my little Shih Tzu, is going to be 15 years old July 29, and she sure could use a little help being walked outside. My birthday is June 21st, and this would be a great birthday present for Angel & myself-1-800-PetMeds are the best for all products and you can’t beat their prices. Thank you for being there for all of us pet owners.

  17. Looks cool, how big of a dog will it carry?

  18. This will be excellent to take my sister’s Scruffy in. He is such a baby.

  19. Rosalyn Kolling Chen-yeeJune 17, 2017 at 4:34 pm

    Hi Petmed! I have a disability in my spine and would love to win the Regal stroller for my chihuahua Prince Timmy!!! I noticed very recently how his little legs were running so fast trying to keep up with me!!!! I felt terrible!!!! Also to protect him from aggressive dogs… it’s a struggle the times I’ve had to pick him up quickly to protect him. Also, THANK YOU SOOO MUCH For THE MANY YEARS OF ASSISTING ME IN TAKING EXCELLENT CARE OF MY BABY!!!! 😃 Prince Timmy also says, “THANK YOU!!!!”

  20. Pick me please!

  21. Bobbi Duncan Ciliberto SpeegleJune 17, 2017 at 5:35 pm

    I have a 13 year old Chihuahua named P.J. I rescued him from a homeless woman who could not keep him cause of living in a shelter. He has lost the use of his back legs due to a a injury from a surgery when a pup. He can move about in the house but can not take walks . I would love a pet stroller for him.❤️

  22. I have a 11 year old Pom named Yuki who would love this. He can’t keep up with our bigger younger rescues.

  23. I have always been happy with your company. All my orders come in a timely matter and my dogs always love the cookie that you include in each box. My 16 year old shih tzu would love for me to push her around in this beautiful carrier since at her age, she has a hard time walking any distance but loves to “go” anywhere. Thank you

  24. My Boy is 13 years old and I always feel so bad leaving him behind while we walk the 2 girls. He just cant keep up and even though he is only a 10 lbs poodle that gets heavy for me to carry. This would be a wonderful thing for him! What a great giveaway! Thank you for the chance to win. 🙂

  25. My girls would love this. Min pin sisters on a stroll. My Tyaon is 17 years old and blind. What a great way to get him out and about.

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