PetSTEP Dog Ramp

The PetSTEP dog ramp is a folding composite pet ramp to assist your puppy, small, large or old dog with reaching those higher places that are just to difficult to get on his own.

$129.99
PetSTEP
$25.00
5 Year Warranty

Summary

The PetSTEP dog ramp is a folding composite pet ramp to assist your puppy, small, large or old dog with reaching those higher places that are just to difficult to get on his own.

Detail

The PetSTEP II folding dog and pet ramp is easy to open and close and is lightweight at only 18.5 lbs. It is 70" long and folds down to only 36" long, and features built in handles for easy carrying and storage. This ramp is 17" wide and has a 500 lb capacity for even the largest dogs. A soft, non-slip rubberized surface is paw friendly and won't trap pet odors. The PetSTEP has optional legs which turn it into a 28 inch high table for grooming, picnics, or chores. Optional pool leg kit turns the PetSTEP into an easy to use dog pool ramp. The PetSTEP ramp has a 5 year manufacturer's warranty!

35"
70"
17"
18.5 lbs
500 lbs

Product Features

  • Ribbed non-slip surface with unique rubberized coating safe for all pets
  • Simply swing open and close in one second (no hardware or setup required)
  • Safe for all pets and owners
  • Safely holds any weight dog
  • Lightweight (18.5 pounds) & folds to 35" for easy handling & storage
  • Floats in water, will not sink
  • Portable (balanced ergonomic handles on both sides)
  • Universal non-slip grip fits all vehicles and edges
  • Will not rust or corrode, washes with soap & water
  • Heavy Duty Polypropylene & glass fiber to hold 500 pounds
  • A must for safe ascent onto exam table and in to grooming tubs
  • Excellent for stair replacement
  • Built in carrying handles for maximum portability
  • Designed to flex for the springboard effect
  • Great for boat to dock and shore to boat application
  • Quickly converts to a portable table with optional leg kit
  • Recommended by veterinarians, dog trainers, animal control officers and groomers

Warning and Usage Guidelines

Not designed for human use

Resources

Will My Dog Go Up a Dog Ramp?

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