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Solvit 62332 UltraLite Bi-Fold Pet Ramp

by Solvit
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List Price: $99.99
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  • Economical, lightweight pet ramp provides sure footing on steep climbs
  • Measures 62 inches and supports over 200 pounds
  • Perfect for all pets needing assistance to reach high places
  • Simple folding design is easy to use
  • 1-year warranty against defects
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 32 x 16 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0016HNU12
  • Item model number: 62332
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (241 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,420 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

From the leader in pet ramps, this is Solvit's most economical model and the lightest full-size ramp on the market. Due to its advanced design, it weighs only 10 lbs yet holds 200 lbs. Simple, folding design is easy to use.


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Made very well.
Judy Chronopoulos
He learned to use this on the first day!
ANGELA GELMAN
It's very light weight & easy to handle.
Theresa Schaufer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

167 of 171 people found the following review helpful By C. K. Donnelly on September 30, 2008
It's all pretty much in my subject line but here is some advice on how to train your dog to use a ramp. Start with it flat on the ground and entice them to walk across/over it with treats. Then put up up just one step high on some steps they use every day, increase to higher and higher steps (block off the sides so they can't bypass it. BE PATIENT, it takes some TLC but they WILL get it in a few days (if not sooner). I also had success making the ramp the only way they could get up into "their" chair. Also, it is easier for dogs to learn to walk down a ramp before they learn to walk up it, so incorporate that if you can. Do NOT force your dog up or down, let them go at their pace. Anyone who has taken dog agility knows if your dog has a fearful experience with an obstacle or piece of equipment, it becomes A LOT harder to get them to try it some more and master it.
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97 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Anne on November 17, 2008
This ramp is very lightweight and easy to manage. The width is a bit narrow, so larger dogs should be surefooted. There is, however, nothing to clip/secure it to the edge of the vehicle - there are rubber feet, which do a fairly good job of keeping it secure, but with a large older dog, who was not surefooted, and only one person trying to hold it and encourage the dog, we tipped because one leg didn't make it to the ramp(dog is fine). On the second and third trys, we managed fine.
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84 of 88 people found the following review helpful By KarenM on June 12, 2008
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I wanted a simple ramp for car access (and possibly over existing steps and bed) for older dogs. After reading about finger pinching and potential for sharp edges on telescoping ramps (although I can't personally confirm), it sounded like a 2-piece bi-fold would be easy. And it is! I would buy it again in a minute. Probably takes up more room than the telescoping type, but stands upright (folded) ok so storage not a problem. On the other hand - when it arrived it was missing one of the non-skid pads. A quick call to the mfg. and another pad was sent my way, so an easy fix (they would have taken a return and sent another but that seemed too much bother; the pad has a sticky back so easy enough to install with 2 people - and it helped to practice first before peeling off back). Also, one of the rubber mounts came off - luckily I found it and took the screw off and put it back on, but with a little washer under the screw so the mount wouldn't work off the screw again. Very minor items, all said and done. At least the nice person at mfg. was appropriately upset about missing pad and very customer oriented about ensuring the problem would be taken care of - that gave me a good feeling about Solvit.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Daniel A. Koblosh TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 5, 2009
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Pros: Reasonable price, light weight, folds quickly compactly, has a sandpaper walking surface.

Cons: slightly flimsy and a bit narrow, but that's the price for light weight. My 90-lb lab at first didn't trust it. Now he does. The sandpaper walking surface is not quite "grippable" enough. I'd prefer a carpet surface and may glue some indoor/outdoor onto the surface.

Overall, it helps my aging dog get in and out of the car easier.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By T. Foor on October 19, 2009
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Good Points: The item is as pictured. It does fold and unfold easily and is very light.

Bad Points: We have a smaller SUV (Jeep Liberty) and have two very large dogs. Jumping in and out of the back of the vehicle is not good for their hip joints and I always wanted a ramp. Our very large puppy just had hip surgery so a ramp was a necessity because he is about 90 lbs already and I can't lift him up in the vehicle to get him to and from his vet appointments. We purchased this ramp and found that even with a smaller SUV the ramp is SO steep that neither dog wants to use it and for the puppy who just had surgery it's not even an option. My husband has to come home from work and lift him into the vehicle anyway. Our other dog won't attempt it on her own (but has used less steep ramps in other areas). The "non-slip" surface would be great except the ramp is so steep it doesn't seem to really do the trick. After two tries using it our dog was slipping so bad you can see her claw marks up and down the whole thing. I am hoping that once our puppy is better and with a lot more coaching they use this ramp because it wasn't cheap. I am not holding out high hopes though.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By E. Brandt on August 2, 2008
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We have a dog who is getting older and having more health issues. We wanted a ramp for the car, which is high in the back, and for the two steps into the house after she has had surgery. This ramp is very light and easy to handle, closes with one easy motion. Our dog used it immediately and easily. I highly recommend this ramp.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Lazy Bear on January 7, 2010
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I ordered this ramp because our dog is eleven years old, weighs about 45 pounds, and just beginning to get a little creaky in the joints. He's a very devoted house pet that we "adopted" after being abandoned and loves to be with us everywhere, including the car. We generally use the SUV when we take him along, but in his eagerness to jump in, he's missed his target height on occasion. The Solvit ramp does exactly what it's supposed to... it's very sturdy for its weight, well designed, and molded with generous reinforcement ribs, webs and a robust integral hinge. I'm a mechanical engineer with over fifty years of experience in product design and development, and I'd have to look hard to find a way to improve on this product. It folds easily into a storable size in the car. We've had no trouble with the roughened traction surface, although I'll probably replace it with a strip of commercial nylon carpeting if it wears out or comes loose. Our dog took about five minutes of training in the living room with the ramp flat on the floor before he got used to walking its length, using a little treat as his reward when he did it properly. He quickly learned to walk it without a leash, and now happily does the same thing in and out of the SUV. Very nice addition to our dog care supplies.
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