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Pet strollers offer one way for pet owners to get around with dogs, cats and other pets that are sick or elderly.

But strollers aren't just for infirm or elderly pets. Some are for perfectly mobile pets who are more child than pooch. Because dogs can be zipped securely into their strollers, the strollers allow pets to accompany owners on an entire day’s worth of activities.

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Cheetah Promenade Dog Pet Stroller Cheetah Promenade Pet Stroller

The perfect stroller for pets up to 50 pounds with an abundance of great features.

Our Price: $212.00
Sale Price: $190.00
Savings: $22.00
Designer 3 Wheeled Jogger Dog Pet Stroller Designer 3 Wheeled Jogger Pet Stroller

This luxurious 3 Wheeled pet stroller is ideal for traveling around town and on rough terrain.

Our Price: $199.00

Kittywalk SUV Dog Pet Stroller - KWPS700SUV Kittywalk SUV Pet Stroller

A high quality dog and pet stroller for your outdoor strolls.

Our Price: $199.95
Kittywalk SUV Dog Pet Stroller - Pink Kittywalk 5th Avenue Pet Stroller SUV - Pink

A pink pet stroller with large, high traction tires and a removable carrier.

Our Price: $299.95
Sale Price: $249.95
Savings: $50.00
Kittywalk Double Decker Dog Pet Stroller - KWPSDD100 Kittywalk Double Decker Pet Stroller

A high quality, double decker pet stroller.

Our Price: $259.99
Kittywalk SUV Dog Pet Stroller - KWPSPINKSUV Kittywalk 5th Avenue Pet Stroller SUV

Stroll with your pet in comfort and style. Available in pink or blue.

Our Price: $299.95
Kittywalk Royale SUV Dog Pet Stroller - KWPSROYALESUV Kittywalk Royale SUV Pet Stroller

You can now stroll with your pet in comfort and style with the standard of luxury.

Our Price: $299.99
Kittywalk Flying Dog Pet Stroller Royale  | KWPSROY55 Kittywalk Flying Stroller Royale

Easily travel on planes, trains, busses and cars with this pet stroller that collapses to under 10 inches.

Our Price: $299.99

In 2001, US pet owners spent $7.1 billion on pet health care, a number that jumped to $13.41 billion in 2011, according to the American Pet Products Association. Along with that spending has come an increase in the percentage of senior pets who, having benefited from life-prolonging therapies, need help getting around. In 1987, forty-two percent of dogs were 6 years old or older, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association. In 2011, that number had risen to 48 percent. The percentage of senior cats is growing at an even faster rate. In 1987, 29 percent of cats were 6 years old or older. By 2011, 50 percent of cats were “of a certain age.”