These ramps are perfect for the older pooch! They are portable and can help your dog get into a van, truck or car and can hold up to 200 pounds. This particular model folds for easy storage to keep with you in your vehicle.
It saves your back, as I see many people having to help or lift the rear ends of senior pooches to get into vehicles. If your pet loves to go for drives, don't let their mobility stop you. You can get them used to this style of ramp with a harness or their leash. Once they realize it means a car ride they will get the hang of it quickly. Just click the picture or link to find out more. Order this product online from Amazon.
Perfect for smaller pets or even cats that want to get on the couch or chair with you! This is lightweight and easy to move and it won't slip on flooring. As you can see by the picture, it is perfect for the little dogs that want to spend time with you, but maybe they simply cannot jump like they used to in their senior years. Making life a little easier for them means you can spend quality time with them. Just click the picture or the link to find out more.
This is a sturdy free standing ramp that can be used anyway your dog needs a lift. Maybe he loves to get on the bed with you at night, and so it can be placed at the end of the bed sideways so that he can gradually climb up without trying to jump. This ramp is designed to hold up to 300 pounds, so perfect for those larger dogs that might need a little help. Just click the picture or the link to find out more.
Below are some other suggestions for senior dog ramps that might help around your house. The first one to the left to cover stairs I thought was a brilliant idea. Most are portable and can be adjusted for different lengths as to whether they are getting in the back of a van or the side of a car.. Just click on the picture to find out more.
Ramps are a great aid for the older pooch and can be used anywhere from a car to the house or even to climb on the bed. Many are portable and easily stored especially if you like to take your dog on car rides and have difficulty getting them in.
Up until now, we have simply been lifting our dog Sasha into the back seat of the car, but it takes my hubby and I together and a bit of help from Sasha to get her into our compact car. It would be almost impossible if we owned a SUV. She loves to simply stare out the windows and go for a drive. She used to bound onto the back seat no problem, but we have had to adjust our outings so that she doesn't hurt herself and yet still enjoys the drive. We will stop at a park and she loves water. But as age has set in, she simply loves to walk the edge and have a few licks and sit and look out almost as if she is reflecting.
I must admit, it is a much calmer age and we are enjoying her, and we will sit and simply "be". It is like they know they are older and enjoy the little things, and I call these "senior dog moments". As you can see in the above header picture she is a happy dog, and quite content to stay close and just "putter". So we like to get her out in the car when we can. These ramps are a brilliant idea. Check out the examples from my research.
Just click on the pictures or link and find out more information. These are an affordable aid that makes life easier for you and your aging pet, or even a dog that has and surgery or is recovering from an injury.
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