Wheeled Mobile Manipulators (WMM) possess many advantages over fixed-base counterparts in terms of improved workspace, mobility and robustness. However, the combination of the nonholonomic constraints with the inherent redundancy limits effective exploitation of end-effector payload manipulation capabilities. The dynamic-level redundancy-resolution scheme presented in this paper decomposes the system dynamics into decoupled task-space (end-effector motions/forces) and a dynamically consistent null-space (internal motions/forces) component. This simplifies the subsequent development of a prioritized task-space control (of end-effector interactions) and a decoupled but secondary null-space control (of internal motions) in a hierarchical WMM controller. Various aspects of the ensuing novel capabilities are illustrated using a series of simulation results.