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Canine Draft Work Blog - Online guide to drafting (also called carting)
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Custom designed training carts - $190 for standard carts (for dogs 20 inches to 30 inches at the shoulder). Modifications may be extra.
Sturdy milk crate carts for easy training. Wood platforms also available. Available for dogs as small as 20 lbs.
Mouse in his training cart. Carries up to 100 lbs. Weighs only 15 lbs.
Basil and her cart. For dogs 12-20 inch dogs at the withers.
Training cart for 25 lb dog. No shafts attached yet.
Red Milkcrate Cart made for a Swissy - weighs 15 lbs. Carries up to 100 lbs.
Wagon Shafts only - $70 + shipping shown with old brakes
Wagon shafts for 27 inch tall dog.
Shafts broken down into 3 easy to transport parts.
Brakes or Hold-backs- $15 per pair +shipping.
Adjustable with hex key. Perfect on DogWorks vehicles and Roman Reign equipment.
Extra Shafts for Training carts or Customized Competition Cart (1.5 lbs each) - $35 each pair. Perfect on DogWorks vehicles and Roman Reign equipment.
Roman Reign does not produce this cart pictured. This cart was lovingly built by Michael Starn of Old Dominion Buggy Works. 540-439-8091
Pricing for Custom Cart and Custom Wagon options
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*Training and working your dog in any activity carries inherent risk. Roman Reign is not liable for injuries that may occur while using RR equipment. It is the responsibility of the handler to ensure the safety of his/her dog at all times, and to practice safe working techniques. Roman Reign is always available for training consultations or safety guidelines.[/nav/analytics-include.html]