Indoor Wooden Dog Ramp

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Lowriders, (dogs with long bodies and short legs like Dachshunds, Corgis, and Basset Hounds), have a greater risk of sustaining back injuries from jumping. Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) is a common condition among these breeds, which can be triggered by the impact from a jump.


Using Ramps Can Prevent Dangerous And Expensive Injuries. Also when it comes to joint problems in dogs, dog ramps are always a good idea. It's ideal for smaller pets or for senior pets or pregnant pets that would otherwise have a difficult time hopping into bed , it's also great for anyone unable to lift their pet.


✅ Granting easy access to young, elderly and even pregnant pets 

✅ Amazing tool for dogs who are injured or have joint issues

✅ Ideal for small breeds pets

 Helps your dog walk smoothly into the bed

✅ Protect your dog's joints and knees


Why do I need a dog ramp?

With our dog ramps, your dogs will be protected from severe joint and bone problems and other complications. It may seem unnecessary to use a dog ramp to get your furry friend in and out of the car. In fact, they are extremely useful especially for dogs with mobility issues.


 Hassle-free access in and out

 Ready to use under a minute

✅ Easy to fold and store in seconds

✅ Space saving folds for easy storage


What Are Dog Ramps Used For?

Dog ramps are designed to help dogs access high surfaces like beds, couches and cars, and they're typically made from wood, plastic or foam. There are pros and cons to each of these materials. For instance, wood is sturdy and can support more weight, but plastic is lighter and easier to move around.


 Steady and stable construction

 Built with high quality material

 Prevent injuries and joints issue

 Avoid hard and jarring landing

 High bearing capacity


If you have a senior dog, a dog with arthritis, or a dog with other mobility issues, it may be time for dog stairs or a ramp. In fact, dog stairs and ramps can also make life easier for some very small dogs or breeds with short legs and long bodies, like Dachshunds and Corgis.

A dog ramp can help your four-legged friend to get on an elevated surface like the back of an SUV. There are a few reasons why you should get your dog to use a ramp instead of letting them leap up.

For Senior Dogs. Dogs are just like humans, they will get old and might have health problems. When that happens, they may not be able to jump into the back of the car anymore like they used to.

For Puppies. Similarly, puppies are typically too small and will require a little assistance to get into the car.

Dogs who have joint issues. Jumping onto an elevated platform will put a lot of pressure on their joints, which will be really painful for them.

Dogs who are injured. They are already in pain and you don’t want to make it worse when bringing them to the veterinarian for a follow-up appointment. Otherwise, you can also consider a dog stroller or dog lift harness.




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