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147 of 151 people found the following review helpful.
Best dog ramp available !
By Gordon Harvey
Fast delivery--quality product---worked as advertised and was the best ramp of all that I checked out and very competitive on price. We used a rubber backed bath mat that our black lab was use to as the non slippery surface was foreign to his feel. Worked real slick. Get your dog use to ramp laying it flat and using treats gradually increase grade.
68 of 68 people found the following review helpful.
Perfect Goat Ramp!
By Karen Allison
Very happy with this product. I will probably order another in the future. I use it for loading our goats in the back of our tall pickup. We take them for parades and different events. It has saved my back from lifting and pulling on the heavy boys. After a bit of training and feed, of course, our boys go right up it. No slipping on their part or from the ramp. They weigh around 150 each and it holds up just fine for them!!
33 of 33 people found the following review helpful. See all 842 customer reviews...
Great product. Easy to use. Affordable.
Our 6 year old German Shepherd had a torn cruciate ligament & just had TTA surgery. We ordered this ramp prior to surgery and got her use to using it to get in and out of our SUV. Researched lots of ramps and selected this one on 4 points. 1) Telescopes and doesn't fold (easier to set up, no fumbling to hinge open an 8' long ramp on a windy day). 2) The length (at 87" it is the longest available of this type - the longer the ramp, the less steep the incline the dog has to manage with an injury or limited mobility). I'm petite and while the ramp is long, the ramp's 20lb weight is easily manageable. 3) Construction - aluminum and plastic. Sturdy, yet light weight. Has handled our 85lb GSD no problem. 4) Price. Shopped around and considered price, construction, weight, ease of set-up, ease of storage, etc. and this ramp suited all our needs.
The first time up required a bit of coaxing & reassuring-just be patient. After a few times up and down and lots of praise she's a pro now. We hang onto her collar to control her speed going up and down and to insure she doesn't fall or jump off. Now she sits next to the bumper or waits patiently inside until it's put it in place. This has been a life saver for trips to the vet/surgeon for follow ups. We will continue to use the ramp even after she's fully healed to prevent any future injuries to her joints that could be attributed to the impact of jumping in & out of the SUV.