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Pet Gear Tri-Fold Ramp 71 inch Extra Wide Pet Ramp Holds 200LBS
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- Compact tri-folding pet ramp can travel anywhere
- Skid-resistant surface offers safe, sure footing
- Supports pets up to 200 pounds
- Folds open in seconds
- Measures 71"L x 19.5"W x 4"H
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There are many different types of ramps. The most common designs are bi-fold, tri-fold and free-standing. Ramps can also have different surface materials such as grip tape (with or without reflective markings) or carpet.
Why choose a free-standing?
Free-standing ramps do not need to be attached to a vehicle and are an excellent choice for large dogs as they can support extra weight without excess wobbling or bending.
Why choose a carpeted ramp?
Carpeting is great choice for pets with long nails, providing them with an extra gripping surface. It is gentle on your pet's paws as well as the inside of your vehicle when the ramp is being stored. The carpet tread is removable and washable for easy cleaning.
Why choose a reflective ramp?
Reflective ramps provide extra safety when loading and unloading your pet. The high contrast markings also aid in guiding your pet up and down the ramp.
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|Extra Wide For Larger Pets||✓||✓||✓|
|Weight Capacity||350 lbs||300 lbs||200 lbs||200 lbs||200 lbs||150 lbs|
|Assembled Dimensions (Approximate)||60"L x 19.25"W x 23"H||55"L x 19.25"W x 23"H||56"L x16"W x23"H||71"L x 19.5"W x 4"H||71"L x 16"W x 4"H||66"L x 16"W x 4"H|
|Weight of Unit||27.5 lbs||19 lbs||17 lbs||26 lbs||15 lbs||12.5 lbs|
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|Extra Wide For Larger Pets|
|Weight Capacity||200 lbs||150 lbs||150 lbs||200 lbs||200 lbs||150 lbs|
|Assembled Dimensions (Approximate)||71"L x 16"W x 4"H||66"L x 16"W x 4"H||66"L x 16"W x 4"H||42"H x 16"W x 4"H||42"H x 16"W x 4"H||28"L x16"W x16"H|
|Weight of Unit||15 lbs||12 lbs||14 lbs||10 lbs||7 lbs||8.7 lbs|
The Pet Gear Tri-Fold Pet Ramp allows your dog easy access into your vehicle or other hard to reach places. The tread is skid-resistant even when wet to keep your pet steady. The bottom of the ramp has rubber grippers to maintain its position. The Tri-Fold design reduces storage space and has a carry handle for easy transportation. Ideal for pets up to 250-pounds.
Color: Black/Gray, not carpeted | Size: Extra Wide, Tri Fold
DirectionsThe Pet Gear, Inc. Tri-Fold Pet Ramp allows your dog easy access into your vehicle or other hard to reach places. The tread is skid-resistant even when wet to keep your pet steady. The bottom of the ramp has rubber grippers to maintain its position. The Tri-Fold design reduces storage space and has a carry handle for easy transportation.
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Top customer reviews
Boxing and sending back. Luckily I know the FAIL before our trip.
Yes it is inexpensive.... and you get what you pay for.
Until now I've been picking him up and setting him on the seat every time. Not a big chore, but the old guy isn't a fan of being picked up all that much.
I ordered this ramp to use when I'm too tired to pick him up or when I wearing clothes I don't want to get covered in dog hair. It works exactly as described. 25 minutes of training flat on the ground, then against the couch and finally up the truck and he goes up it pretty well now.
Does exactly what it's sold to do. Creates a stable ramp from ground to door sill on my truck for the dog to walk up.
Easily supports an 80+lb dog.
Wide enough that he'll not step off by accident.
Pretty compact for a durable ramp that folds into three sections and can support so much weight. It easily fits in a trunk, on the back seat of any car or in the bed of a truck/SUV.
Has a built in carrying handle and a locking swivel that holds the ramp from unfolding by itself when stored.
The surface is pretty much sand paper glued to the top. Easily replaceable when worn off.
Rubber grips on edges of ramp so it doesn't slide on the ground or off the vehicle.
CONs are the obvious things:
It's not tiny. But in it's defense it's a 70 inch long ramp, 20 inches wide made of plastic that can hold a 200 lb dog. Were you expecting it to fit in your purse? Folded up it's about a foot thick, 20 inches wide and just over two feet long.
It weighs about 29 lbs. May be a bit heavy and bulky for a weaker person. Then again, if you have a dog in the size range that needs this ramp, you had better be able to control the dog too. If you can't pick this ramp up, you can't control your large dog either when it bolts. Think about it.
The installed sand paper surface wears pretty fast it seems. You'll have to replace it with your own sticky sandpaper eventually.
If you buy this ramp, the first thing you should do is cut off the strap. Or just give it a good yank and it will probably break. Then replace it with something strong.
So far, after 1 trip to the park, the ramp itself seems fine.
When folded it takes up more space than we expected, about 20% of the space in the back of our Ford Escape. Our (not so little) puppy wants to walk around in the back of the car while we're driving and (obviously) this gets in the way. We have been putting the ramp on the floor of the middle seat and that is working well for us so far.
My 11y/o lab with bad hips hates the thing, and even though his nails are trimmed often he managed to scuff the sandpaper surface on the first try. If we bother pulling this huge thing out of the car, and have enough space in the parking lot to unfold it, my husband and I have to spot either side of the ramp so our dog doesn't try to jump around it on either side. He seriously hates it. He has jumped out of the trunk while weak from a long walk and smashed his face on our driveway when his legs go out from under him, all while trying to avoid walking on this thing.
They say this one is the extra wide, but for a dog with weak hips this width of ramp still seems very dangerous (even to ME it seemed dangerously narrow for his frame). It's shown in the product photos as being suitable for the trunk of a car, so I would have liked to see it wider to take advantage of trunk width. But no, it's still designed to be usable through a side door which is silly. A dog that needs a ramp is unlikely to fit in the back seat...
I can't imagine how people with st bernards, great pyrenese, etc. (actual large breeds) manage to do well with one of these when my labrador is freaked out by how small it is. And for the size, why so heavy? Argh.