Solvit Deluxe Telescoping Dog Ramp
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Telescopic Dog Ramps By Solvit

Save the jump and give dogs instant low-impact access to vehicle side doors, a rear hatch area, or pickup truck bed with a portable pet ramp. The Solvit deluxe dog ramp is easy to use and can be adjusted in length to work with any vehicle for stress-free loading.

  • Suitcase style design with a built-in carrying handle
  • Extra-wide track gives dogs plenty of room to walk
  • Maximum traction paw-friendly surface
  • Easy to clean with a mild detergent or garden hose
$119.99
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1 Year Warranty

Summary

These portable, lightweight dog ramps telescope for easy transport and storage. The telescoping pet ramps are extra wide and adjust from 39"-72" for a variety of loading situations!

Detail

The Solvit telescoping pet ramp is an affordable, lightweight solution for your pet's mobility. This telescoping pet ramp is one of the widest portable dog ramps we have available at 17" wide. It smoothly telescopes from a length of 39" long to 72" long and can be set for any length anywhere in between, giving this ramp the capability of a long or short ramp. This unit has a durable, non-slip walking surface and non-skid rubber feet on the bottom side for sure traction on uneven surfaces. The deluxe telescoping pet ramp has a high quality aluminum and plastic design to be strong and light, and it has no sharp corners to damage your furniture or vehicle.

72" (6')
17"
14"
39"
13 lbs
400 lbs

Product Features

  • Lightweight - only 13 lbs
  • Adjustable from 39" to 72"
  • Extra wide allowing it to be more comfortable for your dog or pet
  • 4 rubber feet keep the deluxe ramp in position
  • Carrying handle and safety latch to prevent accidental ramp opening
  • Easy to clean - use mild detergent or simply hose off
  • Maximum recommended height - 30"
  • 1 Year warranty

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • NOT designed for human use

Documents

Instruction Manual

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