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Here you can find videos about our products and their handling. We have set up this area especially as a forum, because your feedback on our videos is very important to us. The aim of the little films is to inform and advise you as comprehensively as possible already here in the shop. As you know, solid advice is one of our main concerns. Therefore we would like to know from you: Have we expressed ourselves clearly? Does this or that video help you with the purchase decision? Does the video explain how to use the equipment or are there any questions left unanswered? Tell us your opinion.

Do you have questions, suggestions, ideas for improvement or criticism about our videos or do you just want to exchange ideas? Then create a contribution to the respective topic and let's go. Posting is only possible for registered customers.

Dogscooter City for beginners

Our dogscooters ("dog scooters") are designed to be back-friendly: The running board is wide enough so that you can stand upright with both feet at the same time, the elevated passing allows you to stand upright - no aching wrists, no tension in your shoulders and back.

The scooter model City has a rigid fork and thus a low floor position, so that it is easier to "pedal along" than with the cross-country models.

 

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All-terrain Cross I Dogscooter

Our dogscooters ("dog scooters") are designed to be back-friendly: The running board is wide enough so that you can stand upright with both feet at the same time, the elevated passing allows you to stand upright - no aching wrists, no tension in your shoulders and back.

Scooter model Cross I has a spring fork for uneven terrain. The ground clearance is thus greater than on the City model. If you want to "pedal along" regularly, you should also take a look at the Cross III, which offers adjustable suspension travel (on the road).

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All-terrain Cross II Dogscooter

The Cross II is our top model for all train dog drivers who want to be comfortable on rough terrain. Brake system (well dosable disc brakes) and the back-friendly standard equipment, which is familiar from our other models, make the Cross II the optimal high-end scooter.

Our dogscooters are designed to be back-friendly: The running board is wide enough so that you can stand upright with both feet at the same time, the elevated passing allows you to stand upright - no sore wrists, no tension in your shoulders and back.

 

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All-terrain Cross III Dogscooter

The Cross III is our top model for all train dog fans who want to be flexible on uneven terrain as well as in the park. The suspension travel of the fork is locked to create a small or large ground space (which either increases off-road mobility or makes it easier to pedal along). Braking system (well controlled disc brakes) and the back-friendly standard equipment familiar from our other models make the Cross III the perfect all-purpose scooter.

Our dogscooters are designed to be back-friendly: The running board is wide enough so that you can stand upright with both feet at the same time, the elevated passing allows you to stand upright - no sore wrists, no tension in your shoulders and back.

 

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How do I measure the frame for the bike antenna?

The bike antenna holds the pulling rope, by which the dog pulls the vehicle, away from the front wheel - so that the rope does not get tangled. The rope is NOT attached to the antenna, but to the frame of the vehicle.

Our bike antenna is attached to the frame with a clamp. To be able to deliver the right clamp size, we need the frame diameter - this video shows how and where the frame has to be measured.

If your vehicle has a reinforced frame (no space for the normal clamp), we need the diameter as well as the length from the front to the end of the reinforcement (pictures in the video), so we can deliver the right U-bracket.

 

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SAFETY towing and guiding harness

The SAFETY harness can be used as a towing harness on a bicycle, scooter or canicross, or as a normal harness for walking.
The angled side straps distribute the pull evenly across the wide chest area and prevent the harness from slipping up and choking the dog when pulled.

Of course the SAFETY is available in different sizes and colours - for the correct size selection please send us information about the breed of the dog and its weight. From experience we can make a better size choice with this than with measurements, which do not quite work out.
Also special sizes for very short, strongly muscled or overlong dogs are no problem!

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FASTER pulling harness

The Faster is the right harness for bicycle, scooter or trike rides as well as for canicross and sledge use. The pull is distributed over a wide area at the dog's chest, the dog's back can bend and stretch freely. Straps and cross connections on the dog's back are not important for a good load distribution when pulling.

The Faster is available in different colours and sizes. When you order, please tell us the breed and weight of each dog - from experience we can better determine the appropriate harness size with this than with "measurement tests on the dog".

 

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The operation of the panicsnap

This is how you attach or detach a panic button from the belt cord. The panic snap allows you to release the dog on the way by a short pull on the rip cord - to avoid accidents and to prevent you from being dragged along in extreme cases.

 

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Using the Runnerpants

Runnerpants are special canicross belts which - unlike many normal "train dog belts" - do not slip and thus protect the lumbar vertebrae.
Canicross, skijoring, bikejoring, hiking, touring or just for daily walks. The integrated "pants" made of net fabric prevent (in addition to the leg straps) slipping and ensure a comfortable fit. Back pocket and attachment possibilities are there for the additional "luxury".

We offer different sizes - and of course other models, please feel free to have a look.

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Attaching and removing the removable bike antenna

This video shows how easy the bike antenna can be mounted and dismounted.

The bike antenna keeps the towing cable away from the front wheel of the bike or scooter. The dog(s) must not be attached to the bike antenna itself, but always only to the frame of the vehicle (not even to the handlebars!).

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The correct putting on of the booties

Booties - "dog shoes" - are essential for many applications. Whether on sharp ice edges, harsh snow or even in the warmer season on paw-hostile ground (broken pieces of glass, debris, etc.): If you travel a lot with your dog, you should always have some booties with you.
This video shows how to put on booties and what to look out for so that the dog can run well. Most of the dogs don't mind the "socks" at all!

The Booties shown in the video are available in different colours and in different material thicknesses.

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