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TeleBrands Deluxe Doggy Steps - 3 Steps

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  • "TELEBRANDS" DOGGY STEPS
  • As Seen On TV item.
  • No more jumping or straining
  • Great for smaller, older or just spoiled dogs
  • Fast easy assembly - no tools required
1 new from $100.00


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 3.6 x 12.2 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • ASIN: B000E8HQ9Q
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (299 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,263 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

"TELEBRANDS" DOGGY STEPS * As Seen On TV item * No more jumping or straining * Great for smaller, older or just spoiled dogs * Fast easy assembly - no tools required * Plush sheepskin look * Machine washable cover * Holds up to 70 lbs. * Boxed


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Customer Reviews

It is made of cheap plastic.
Chrissy
Would definitely recommend to anyone with a small dog.
Michele
Certainly not worth the money paid.
jen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

198 of 201 people found the following review helpful By MickiRae on September 20, 2006
Not sure why the ALL CAPS review below is so dramatic. I have two basset hounds -- long, heavy, large breed dogs -- and both of them use this with no issues. It assembles easily and the cover fits over it fine.

Yes, it is lightweight (which the product description tells you, so that should be no surprise) so yes, if a dog wanted to play with it as a toy, they could. Here's a thought: Don't let it do that!

While it is lightweight, it has no-skid pads on the bottom that hold it steady while the dog is climbing it. Even on hardwood floors, which is what I have in my bedroom. My 60 lb basset hounds climb up it with no problems, no slipping. I spent a few minutes teaching them how to use it, and they're fine.

The only problem I really have with it is that it is pretty low when assembled, only three steps (the packaging and pictures on TV often show the 4-stair version) so if you have a taller bed or couch, you would want to buy the additional 4th stair and cover. The package I bought included an order form to do that inside of it, so that's fairly easy, though I do think that the manufacturer should offer that as an accessory that you can buy through the retailers (like Amazon or Target) just as it sells the regular product.

Ultimately, you get what you pay for. This is a pretty inexpensive product with average quality -- you aren't getting a fine piece of furniture, but I have NOT found it in unsafe or defective in any way. It functions fine. However, if you're looking for something super heavy and solid and not lightweight/portable, then this is NOT the item for you. Go ahead and shell out the extra $50 for the big wooden steps. There are a ton of those on Amazon.
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58 of 58 people found the following review helpful By C. Mitchell on October 31, 2006
2 happy Chihuahuas here will testify this is a nifty product. 3-step version is fine for average chair or sofa (get the 4th step for a bed) - easy to put together and sturdy enough for toy or medium breeds.
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55 of 57 people found the following review helpful By NickSacramento on November 26, 2006
We bought two of the 4-steps about a year ago and are buying two more for our three shih tzus. The steps are lightweight, sturdy (we break them down and take them on road trips for use in the hotels/motels). They are easily assembled and disassembled. The girls have had no problems using the steps and one of them likes to hide under the set in the family room for her afternoon naps. We're buying more for grandma's house, etc. Our dogs use these steps many, many times a day and we're pleased how well the product holds up to what has to be called 'excessive' use by our two one-year-olds playing tag hours on end, using these steps. A good product at a good price. We're buying more.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Sue Ellen on December 11, 2010
These stairs work great for my 10 lbs dachshund. If you have a CVS pharmacy near you, you can get this exact product for $9.99!! What a deal, I bought three of them, living room, bedroom and family room. Now my little girl has access to all the comfy spots in our house :)
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By D. Smith on December 1, 2010
This is a cheaply made item, a plastic frame with a thin fleece cover. No padding, when it gets dirty it will never look the same as when you bought it. If a dog comes from the side, running, it will tip over. I bought a foam based dog stairs to replace this one, very satisfied.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By JKLineberry on September 17, 2011
We recently moved into a home with all wood floors, even in the bedrooms. Our pups have always had carpeted bedrooms to give them better traction to jump on the bed and the wood floors were making both jumping up and down more difficult for them. To make matters even more challenging, when we moved we purchased a new mattress set that, at the top, is 26 inches off the ground. There is a gap between the top of the stairs and the top of the bed, but the pups run up the steps onto the bed just like regular stairs, so there was not a need to purchase stairs that were 26 inches tall (and easily would have been $100+).

To put that in perspective, we have Miniature Pinscher/Chihuahua mix (Flapjack) and 2 Pomeranian's (Romeo 7 pounds, Cupid 11 pounds). The tallest one stands about 8 inches at the shoulders. In addition to the pups just being small and the bed being tall, Flapjack is around 13 and has a heart murmur and a sliding patella (knee cap). Cupid is a very insecure jumper on the most solid of surfaces (unless your waving a treat then he can jump buildings in a single bound). Finally, little Romeo is a mamma's boy that is totally oblivious to how delicate he can be. If mom gets up in the middle of the night he has to follow her and make sure everything is kosher. He flies off the bed and sometimes slips on the wood floor with a Klunk sound.

We decided on the Telebrands Doggy Steps for several reasons:

1. We thought they were 18.5 inches tall (actually was long and only 12 inches tall). Will pay closer attention when we upgrade to wooden steps next year as budget allows.
2. They had a removable washable cover
3. The price was $26.00 on Amazon +Free 2 day Shipping

I haven't really had any downsides to these steps.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J.E. on October 5, 2006
I bought several 3 and 4 step ones for my 3-legged cat. He lost a front leg due to an encounter with something. I'm not sure what though as it happened while I was out of town. Anyway, one front leg had to be amputated.

These steps are perfect for him. Now he can get up and down from the sofa, his cat condo, the front porch bench, or the beds, with little effort. Much better for his remaining front leg. The only thing I don't like about these is they can't slide under furniture when not in use, well not without taking them apart. And I paid way more for mine than what they cost now. I think I paid around $40 each. Bed, Bath and Beyond has a folding style now that I like better, but I don't need any more. These are fine. And besides, everyone I know knows my tripod cat too. The steps are very light wight so they can be moved easily to another room if I want to.
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