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Skamper Ramp Super Skamper Ramp


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  • The perfect escape ramp in the event that a pet falls into your pool or spa
  • Pet can scamper up the perforated ramp to safety
  • Simply keep ramp tied it to the side of your pool (hardware and rope included)
  • The lightweight, ribbed plastic ramp floats atop the water until needed
  • Ramp simply flips out of the water when not needed
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Product Details

Size: Regular
  • Product Dimensions: 27 x 3 x 14 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004UMKS92
  • Item model number: SKR4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,664 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Size: Regular

The perfect escape ramp in the event that a pet falls into your pool or spa. Pet can scamper up the perforated ramp to safety. Simply keep ramp tied it to the side of your pool (hardware and rope included). The lightweight, ribbed plastic ramp floats atop the water until needed. Ramp simply flips out of the water when not needed. Skamper-Ramp is made from 8mm, chemical- and UV-resistant, recyclable, box-corrugated, PP (polypropylene). For this reason the ramp will not yellow over time. The ramp comes complete with nylon rope, nuts, bolts and wing strips. Comes complete with installation instructions. Not recommended for soft-sided-vinyl, above-ground, non-permanent structures.


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Customer Reviews

Huge waste of money!
Linda Brown
Even though we have small dogs, a maltese and a bichon frise, we decided to get the Super Skamper Ramp which is made for larger dogs.
Lisa
I tried to return today and today is the cut off day but it will not let me return it.
Robert L. Murkowski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By tbear on May 18, 2012
Size Name: Large
I don't understand why all the negative reviews on this (looking at other links to the product). Maybe it wouldn't be as sturdy for large dogs, but i have a Yorkie that seems to have a death wish lately. He literally walks the coping edge like a tightrope. He's fallen in twice and by the grace of God someone has been outside to see him. I can't even imagine if I were to come home from work one day and find him floating in my pool. So, I got online and found this product.

I didn't even bolt it to my decking. I just tied it super tight to my deep end ladder. The key here, and it is heavily enforced in the directions, is to have the rope tied tight enough so that there is no slack between the bottom rail supports and the wall. If you've got any overhang to your coping, like in some gunite pools, then you need to tie the rope differently. (as explained in the directions) I bought this larger size because I felt that even with my 9 lb dog that he would need more space to start his clmb and get more traction than the smaller size offered. I am very happy I paid extra for the super ramp.

I hooked it to the ladder and pressed on it with my hands to make sure that the rail supports were hitting the wall correctly. Then I plopped Toby in and although he went for the side of the ramp, when I steered him to the end he got up and out all by himself. It was a bit of a pull for him, but I think it was more his panic about being in the water and certainly wouldn't make me think negatively about the product. Who cares if it's a tiny struggle for them to walk on the holes. If they can get out, that's what matters. Without it, the struggle would be a milion times harder and would end tragically.

I would recommend this to anyone with a dog my size.
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Caroline Kenner from The Fool's Dog on September 13, 2009
Size Name: Regular Verified Purchase
I originally purchased this to make sure my small dog could climb out of our pool in case she fell in. However, that hasn't happened, at least not yet. So the upside of this purchase is that I no longer find drowned chipmunks, voles and squirrels in my pool. I always felt sad for them when they drowned before, and am grateful to the Skamper Ramp folks for helping me save these small beings.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 7, 2012
Size Name: Regular Verified Purchase
First let me say that I really wanted to like this product. I purchased it for my 25 lb Shiba Inu. (a relatively small dog). While it seemed like a good idea, unfortunately, it just does not work. The holes in the product for traction let water through. In action, this means that if any amount of weight it placed on it the ramp(very quickly) the side in the pool sinks and the device becomes completely vertical no matter how it is secured (we tried how the manufacturer suggested, and then everything else we could think of). Can your pet climb a straight up and down slippery wall with quarter size holes in it? Because that's basically what this ramp becomes in about 2 seconds flat. For very small critters (frogs, squirrels, or whatever) this might work. For dogs I don't really see how it could work unless there was something helping to support the ramp so it doesn't immediately sink. What shocked me most is the amount of good reviews this has. There is a different listing for this ramp on Amazon that currently has 10 reviews, almost all bad. Check it out, and do what I didn't and check out some YouTube videos of this product being used in a normal at-home pool. In the videos where you can see that the ramp is not supported from the bottom it starts to sink immediately, naturally scaring the dog who realizes it won't support their weight. The only exception was one with the large scamper ramp with extension and a dog that was probably 15 lbs tops. The other listing on Amazon with more reviews indicate that for dogs 40+ lbs it doesn't work - even though it's supposed to be good up to 200 lbs. That one *might* work okay for most small dogs. This ramp, without the extension, is completely useless.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. M. Breach on June 26, 2009
Size Name: Regular Verified Purchase
The ramp is a sturdy plastic that floats in the water. It was easy to teach our small Shih-Poo puppies how to climb out of the water on it and was not too slippery for them. They could not climb out of the pool using the top step in the shallow end of the water because their bodies are too little, but they can use this ramp when they swim up to it.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By angela on July 10, 2010
Size Name: Regular Verified Purchase
We recently brought a new kitten home and were very concerned about it falling in the pool when we were away. Our larger adult can is able to pull himself out, but the kitten would have no chance. We had to restrict the cat door so that he was unable to go near the pool when we were gone, this disrupted the pattern of our other cat. Once we installed the Skamper ramp, we wanted to train kitty to use it. This part is critical. We placed him in the pool near the middle and watched him swim around a bit. Someone was in the pool to assist. At first we had installed the ramp at the end of the pool opposite the steps, but then noticed it was kitty's instinct to swim to the steps. (he probably had seen humans get out that way)So we moved the ramp next to the steps and handrail. We placed him in again and he went directly to it and climbed up the ramp. We place him in the pool at least once a week to be sure he understands how to use the ramp and each time he is more proficient at using the skamper ramp. I almost think he likes the pool. So, train your animal to use it. Don't just assume they can, although I still think it would save their life without training them. The point is to have peace of mind that your animal will not drown. That is what Skamper Ramp has given us.
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