People love their pets, and they are willing to spend a lot to show it. If you’re anything like Sheryl Bass and her husband Neil Cline, you want them to participate in all aspects of your life. This includes weddings, reports TheStreet.

And so, Pawsitively Purrfect Products and its “Pet Petal Pullcart” was created.

It just so happens that Cline is pretty handy, Bass says. After testing various contraptions on their own pet, they came up with a wooden cart that attaches to a harness and dispenses flower petals from the back. The customizable hand-carved pull cart is for small dogs (less than 30 pounds) and sells for $130 on the company’s website.

The Pet Petal Pullcart is so popular that the couple cannot keep up with production (pull carts are made-to-order given the pet’s weight and length specifications), Bass says. However, the couple has had to turn away customers, especially those looking to use the product for bigger breeds.

Bass says they hope to license the product, so that a bigger company can mass produce the item and come up with a solution to the big-breed dilemma. She also wants to add other products to the business down the line, she says.

Originally posted by Angela Shupe on April 10, 2014 in Inventions.

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