Here’s how to get the most out of your treadmill: Get rid of treadmill wheels.
Your pet is likely to get used to using the treadmill because of the repetitive motions and the weight it exerts on the wheels.
However, they might not notice if the wheels are worn out or damaged, so they may take to the wheel for short periods of time.
If your pet has a history of using the wheel, it is recommended that you replace the wheels periodically.
If you do not have time to replace the wheel yourself, ask your veterinarian for a wheel replacement service.
If the wheel is worn or damaged you may want to check if it has a replacement wheel in the future.
A treadmill wheel can take up to six months to be replaced.
If it has been in a dog’s mouth for longer than six months, it may be time to call the manufacturer for a replacement.
If a dog has had a previous injury to the treadmilling wheel, your vet will need to take the wheel to a veterinarian for evaluation.
The wheel can also be replaced if the treadmill has become bent over or if the wheel has been damaged.
Replace the wheel in order to avoid breaking the tire.