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Bottom line...it’s a good practice for pet owners to provide dog ramps so that dogs don't have to jump into vehicles or onto furniture and risk injury. Want more convincing? OK, here are a few beneficial reasons to consider having dog ramps or steps available for your pet:
With its durable construction and innovative design, Guardian Gear Tri-Fold Vehicle Pet Ramps make it easier for small, older, or
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Hey there and welcome to the forum. I'm glad your girl is doing so well post-op. We have a Pet Gear Bi-Fold ramp, but to be honest I wish we hadn't gotten it. The type of ramp we have has a sorta curved edge that works for a van, truck, or suv but not for a car really. It doesn't lie or grip well on a regular car, but since you have access to larger vehicles that would work better for you. Another issue is width. A lot of ramps even big ones just aren't very wide, and you and Bailey's mom have pretty big dogs. My dog Mac is only 60 pounds now without the leg and has a hard time staying on the ramp....I imagine with a leonberger the width might be a problem. My sister has/had st. bernards and couldn't find a ramp wide enough for them. Yet another issue like others have experienced is getting the dogs to even get up on the ramp. Who knows you may have more luck. If you want to try one I'd at least make sure that you can return it even with the package opened. Like some said, you may want to try those little steps they make. They would be bulkier than the folding ramp though. I would get a good harness so no matter what you try you can get a better hold on them. Guardian Gear Vehicle Pet Ramps make it easier than ever for small dogs and dogs with hip problems or arthritis to get in and out of vehicles.
Photo provided by FlickrZW2945 17Guardian Gear Vehicle Pet Ramps make it easier than ever for small dogs and dogs with hip problems or arthritis to get in and out of vehicles.
Photo provided by FlickrIs he having trouble jumping on the bed or getting into your vehicle? Pet ramps or a set of steps can make life a lot easier for your senior or disabled companion.
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Dog ramps for SUVs allow your dog to get into the back of your SUV, but are clumsy to use and difficult to store. WaterDog Adventure Gear has developed a set of free-standing dog steps that are perfect for vehicle boarding and a variety of other indoor/outdoor situations where your dog needs safe, pet-friendly accessibility. The 6-step design provides a vertical rise of 24″ from ground/floor to the top step. The 4″ deep, flat steps with integral toe plate and 4″ step height is suitable for dogs of various heights.Dog ramps for trucks allow your dog to get into the bed of your truck, but are clumsy to use and difficult to store. WaterDog Adventure Gear has developed a set of free-standing dog steps that are perfect for vehicle boarding and a variety of other indoor/outdoor situations where your dog needs safe, pet-friendly accessibility. The 6-step design provides a vertical rise of 24″ from ground/floor to the top step. The 4″ deep, flat steps with integral toe plate and 4″ step height is suitable for dogs of various heights.Solvit also makes another great option for a dog . The UltraLite Bi-fold model 62321 only weighs 10 pounds making it extremely lightweight and easy to carry. However, this ramp holds up to 200 pounds making it perfect for dogs of all sizes. Reaching heights of up to 24 inches, this ramp is great to use for things such as getting a pet in or out of a vehicle. This ramp is made from hard, tough plastic so it is very durable. The ramp comes with a safety latch to ensure that it does not open during transport. The ramp's surface is made of material that is high traction to ensure the dog is safe.• One of the most common uses for pet steps and ramps is to help animals get up into vehicles. Jumping up on the backseat of a car, into the rear of an SUV or the back of a truck bed can be impossible for a handicapped animal. And the idea of lifting a heavy dog into a car can be daunting.