If your is slow or has difficulty getting up on to things, stairs and ramps can be quite useful. Stairs can be placed next to stationary resting areas, like a bed or couch. Ramps are portable, can fold up, and be taken places; these are ideal for getting in and out of the car. It’s important to choose a ramp or stairs with an anti-skid surface, giving your dog a place to grip his paws and making it less likely for him to slip or jump off the edge. Positive reinforcement should always be used when teaching your dog how to use the ramp or steps. This reinforcement will make the experience more enjoyable for your dog, and make him more likely to use these devices with confidence even if you aren’t present.
I don't like pet steps, but the ramp is an excellent idea
Solvit Wood Bedside Dog Ramp – If your dog won't use pet steps to get into bed, get him the Bedside Dog Ramp. This wood ramp is an attractive, effortless way for our pet to reach even the tallest beds. It's the perfect solution for pets unable or unwil
Awesome for small pets to get on the bed
Doggy steps and ramps provide a much easier way for pets to get into and out of your car, SUV or pickup truck and also to get on and off a bed or couch.
It's solid, nicely finished, wooden and high quality
Solvit Wood Bedside Dog Ramp – If your dog won't use pet steps to get into bed, get him the Bedside Dog Ramp. This wood ramp is an attractive, effortless way for our pet to reach even the tallest beds. It's the perfect solution for pets unable or unwilling to use stairs to access a bed. Long enough to provide a gentle climbing angle, this ramp is still compact enough to fit alongside a queen-size bed with a nightstand in place. "Like" or "Pin" this and use discount code "Pin5" for 5% off.Your dog or cat has problems with getting onto your high bed? Help your pet with smart dog ramp. Some dog breeds, like dachshunds or chihuahuas, may take great advantage of a tall wooden ramp that makes bed accessible for them.