Wheeling & Able celebrates dogs who defy the odds. As always, this athletic heather or heather purple, lightweight tee, is puppy soft. All my apparel is decorated right here in the U.S.A. Machine wash and dry.
I absolutely love this shirt. I have a wheelie dog myself, Journey Grace. I was overjoyed when I came across this design!! When the shirt arrived, I was very impressed by the quality. It's so soft, and a good weight. Thank you for being inclusive and making this wonderful design!!!
A FaceBook Friend has adopted dogs who are HANDI"CAPABLE"!
A few have wheels including Scoot the leader of the pack. Known for his stunning good looks, Scoot is also a therapy dog and sometimes goes to work with his mom.
I thought this shirt would be perfect for his mom Patricia. Although I knew shirt would be big on her (only Med was available) I knew she would find a way to make it work and she did!!
I got the lightweight heather purple "Wheeling & Able" tee. I love the design. I had a boxer who recently passed away, but for all of his life, he was energetic, loved to do everything at speed, and had a big thirst for adventure! When he developed DM (dog version of ALS), it took away his ability to walk but it didn't take away his spirit. DM may have tried to slow him down, but when he got his set of wheels, it just sped him up! Ha! My boy loved his wheels because they allowed him to run again and go on all kinds of adventures that he loved. He was WHEELING & ABLE, and I love wearing this tee in honor of him. Perfect design, and perfect phrase. It describes him to a tee. It is so soft, comfy, & fits perfectly. It has easily become my favorite tee that I own, for so many reasons. Thanks so much!
it is comfortable and fits well
I bought these shirts for my amazing niece and nephew who have been caring for there dog Shea for over 6 months who had a spinal stroke and are rehabbing her with non-surgical procedures. Shea needs round the clock care and I'm so amazed at her progress. These shirts gave my niece and nephew a well deserved little chuckle and boost of hope!!! Thanks This is Shea's blog on her recovery: