DIY Dog Ramp ~ I HAVE TO MAKE ONE FOR Daisy!

DIY dog ramp - Purchased wood from Lowes (the isle that sells wood for building and crafts because it required no cutting). Used molding pieces for the "steps". Attached with wood glue and a couple finishing nails. Installed two "L" brackets on the back (keeps ramp from falling/sliding away from bed). Used a scrapbook stamp to paint paw prints.

How to Build a Dog Ramp. This simple DIY project is a dream come true for pooches who have a hard time jumping into bed at night

What a great idea and job so meticulous. Another idea that spawns others. For 5 a door at Restore, I can see using them to build a unique cat post. My dog was 150 lbs, not sure if this would work but worth trying in the future. I bought plastic car ramps for 30 to make it easy for him to be with me on the bed at night. They worked well with a rug underneath to keep from sliding and another on the top…for those with big dogs.

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grblogger - blog posts about anything: How to build a dog ramp to the bed for your puppy or small dog for cheap - Step by Step instructions Building dog ramps for beds (or couches) can be a breeze if you follow our step-by-step instructions. The first part is planning your design.

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DIY dog ramp - Purchased wood from Lowes (the isle that sells wood for building and crafts because it required no cutting). Used molding pieces for the "steps". Attached with wood glue and a couple finishing nails. Installed two "L" brackets on the back (keeps ramp from falling/sliding away from bed). Used a scrapbook stamp to paint paw prints.

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DIY dog ramp - Purchased wood from Lowes (the isle that sells wood for building and crafts because it required no cutting). Used molding pieces for the "steps". Attached with wood glue and a couple finishing nails. Installed two "L" brackets on the back (keeps ramp from falling/sliding away from bed). Used a scrapbook stamp to paint paw prints.How to Build a Dog Ramp. This simple DIY project is a dream come true for pooches who have a hard time jumping into bed at night. By Jennifer Stimpson of ...I wanted something with carpet for traction and foldable, so that it could be stored under the bed, if desired and to make it easy to transport. The best part was that I (well, not me like personally, but my amazing G-pa) was able to scavenge the materials for this project from local building projects and leftovers from when they built the lake house, so it was less than $10. I know you guys don’t access to him, so I priced it out. To make a similar DIY Dog Ramp from 100% new materials, would be around $60-$70, depending on the type of wood you choose. I am actually going to build the ramp for my 14 year old kitty. She has some medical issues and it is hard for her to jump on and off the bed. Then of course I have issues that involve not being able to sleep without her in my bed! So doggie ramp here we come!!! I also wanted to mention there is some great storage under the ramp if it is going to be immobile. I will let you know how it turns out!