Don't risk injury to yourself or your pet! The Deluxe Telescoping Pet Ramp is perfect for all pets that need assistance reaching high places. This dog ramp is super lightweight at 13 lbs, and it supports over 400 lbs with no bending!
This Telescoping Dog Ramps unique aluminum & plastic design makes it best combination of light weight and strength on the market. It’s also very compact, making it easier to use and store. It extends from 39" to 72" and anywhere in between.
You can shorten the telescoping dog ramp when space is limited or when the upper surface isn't as high, such as a bed, couch, or side entry on a minivan. The Deluxe Telescoping Pet Ramp is many ramps in one! The telescoping design is the secret to making this ramp so easy to use - just slide it out to use and slide it in to stow. No clumsy folding and unfolding required.
A high-traction walking surface gives pets a sure footing, especially on steep climbs. The ramp also includes a convenient carry handle, and safety release latch to prevent accidental opening. The ultra-stiff design utilizes four rubber feet to keep the ramp stable while in use. Now available! A durable soft-side Carry Case for the Deluxe Ramp. The Deluxe Telescoping Pet Ramp carries a one year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 10th 2014
The pet ramp itself is great and I like that it extends. It was also stable on my bed which was a concern I had. However, my little dog was terrified to walk up it because on a bed, the ramp is pretty steep, so now the ramp is sitting in my garage. I think it's probably better suited for a car and maybe someday I can use it for that. But even though it was a waste of money for me, the ramp is a really good product and I would recommend it for car use.
Posted by Western Canuck on Oct 13th 2011
The telescoping pet ramp that I purchased is fantastic, particularly when using an SUV or truck.I have an older golden retriever who adapted to it very quickly. Ironically, a number of months after the purchase, our dog "snapped" a tendon in it's hind leg which later required surgery. This ramp proved an invaluable resource for getting our dog in and out of our vehicle during her period of recovery.