Frenchman, Monsieur Huret invented a three-wheeled carriage propelled by dogs running in treadmills in the rear wheels in 1885.
- Dog Power and Dog Engines
Dogs were used in wheels to turn roasting spits in Britain, coming into use in the 1500’s. There was even a special breed, called not unreasonably “the turnspit” for the purpose. Turnspit dogs were first classified as a breed in 1576 by Johannes Caius, royal physician to Elizabeth I at the time, in his book “Of Englishe Dogges”.
- Carriage dog – Wikipedia
Dogs of this type were usually bred and trained to trot alongside carriages to protect the occupants from banditry or other interference. … When the Dalmatian breed was introduced to England in the 18th century, they quickly became the carriage-dog breed of choice.
- Dogcart (dog-drawn) – Wikipedia
A dogcart is a cart pulled by one or more dogs. Dog carts pulled by two or more dogs were … The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Stoke Newington in the County of Middlesex: Containing … Wikimedia Foundation · Powered by MediaWiki.
- Dogcart – Wikipedia