DogHealth non slip lightweight folding dog ramp
Easiwalk Pet Ramp
IMPORTANT NOTE - when you introduce a pet ramp into your dogs routine you do need to train the dog in safe use. So PLEASE read the instructions, do not rush into using the ramp and NEVER force your dog. We recommend that you walk your dog up/down steadying with one hand on collar and one hand under the belly.
The benefits are outstanding for you as you no longer have top lift your dog in and out of the vehicle and for you pet as this is a safer and more certain way of exiting/entering.
Now read on....
This is the improved best selling selling pet ramp with a new moulded walking surface to make it even safer for your dog -
- a better grip for your dog
- easy to maintain and keep clean
- no sharp high friction surface
- as strong and as light as the previous model
Supports a dog of up to 200 lbs. (90kgs)
Lightweight: 11 lbs (5kg) - Compact. - Goes anywhere.
Easy fold for compact storage. Folded dimensions: 31"L x 15.7"W x 7.5"D (79 x 40 x 19cm)
Moulded surface provides traction and sure footing.
Raised edges to help prevent slipping off the sides. 2.4" (6cm) raised sides
Extended dimensions: 61"L x 15.7"W (155 x 40cm)
For delivery to Scotland or off shore destinations please email us with your post code for delivery charges
So far my GSD has managed to avoid ‘The really scary thing’ that is there to help her get in and out of the car as she has slipped a disc... No she slips past but we will try harder as it works very well and easy to get in and out of the boot.
Robust and easy to put against different vehicles. Husky finding it somewhat slippy but I think that's partly him getting used to it. It's a good ramp for the price and, when folded, does fit behind front seats in our QashQai. We had to buy a cover for it separately - it would be good to have one sourced and available with it.
We haven’t used it yet as my dog has been poorly. He’s very old and we got the ramp to help him get into the boot but as yet we’ve not taken him out. He’s doing better so we hope to be using it soon.
Despite friendly and prompt service, I’m afraid our recently-acquired ramp is back in its box in the garage. Dog won’t go near it. Too cumbersome to take out in car (a Volvo V40, which isn’t spacious in the back - especially with a fat Labrador in situ) - and it would be impractical to hope to park consistently with sufficient space at the rear of the car to allow ramp-********! Have now sorted access via the folding rear seats - so ramp a lesson in not researching pros and cons in advance. Still appreciate very friendly and helpful help from Joe on the telephone. JF/Perthshire
My dog has just had cruciate ligament surgery so I needed a good ramp. I tried a few and this was definitely the best. It is light enough to carry, will fit in the car and is stable. I have a cocker spaniel (bit bigger than the average cocker spaniel).I covered the ramp with artificial grass as it is plastic so a bit noisy and spooks him to walk on. Very happy with the ramp, works well, good size, wide enough and the raised sides are good.