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A blue Doberman pinscher named Buddha was the inspiration for a device to help her keep going when her rear legs became disabled due to spondylosis, a disc disease. Eddie’s Wheels for Pets, a Massachusetts business that caters to the needs of handicapped pets, began in 1989 with a crude cart to help Buddha walk until she recovered. The owners realized there was a need for mobility carts, and the business began to grow. With each cart, Eddie Grinnell refined the original design to adapt to dogs with different needs, including dogs with arthritis or paralyzed legs. Leslie Grinnell said there are mobility carts for cats, too, and all carts are custom-made to suit the size and need of each pet. She said there are many ways to help animals continue to be mobile. Some pets, like Buddha, use the devices for a time and eventually recover. For more information, go online to www.eddieswheels.com.