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Domestic Pet Dog Ramps Deluxe Telescoping Dog Ramp Gift
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- Pet Ramp. DOG FEEDERS
- Manufacturer: SOLVIT PRODUCTS
- Manufacturer part number: 62305
- Easy access to autos and other high places for pets that need assistance
- Unique aluminum/plastic design makes it light and strong
- Supports over 400 pounds with no bending
- Extends from 39 to 72 inches
- 1-year warranty
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Design: Deluxe Telescoping Dog Ramp
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|Item Package Weight||14.15 pounds||22 pounds||12.35 pounds||25.93 pounds|
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#1 - Poor packaging and safety strap design - The packaging of the ramp is probably OK for retail store use, however, the shipper simply slapped a lable on the box and sent it out. During shipment the box tore in several places and the end actually was already opened. Due to the excessive motion and bouncing around the safety strap and catch was already broken upon receipt - the metal snap part was ripped out of the plastic strap.
#2 - Inadequate design of the two plastic slide stops - After only two normal uses, one of the plastic slide stops broke completely off. The other one is loose and also about to fall off. In my opinion a heavy, hard rubber material would work much better than plastic.
#3 - Very sharp aluminum edges - At the top of the side rails, the aluminum is very sharp - right where a dog is likely to step a bit to the side as it nears the top of the ramp. In my opinion, these rails could easily cut a dog's foot pads and cause serious injury. I have avoided this by covering the ramp top with a heavy towel whenever it is being used. This extra step in protection is not indicated anywhere in the instructions and should net even be necessary with a better design.
I had originally bought a ramp from Petco. It would be fine for smaller dogs, but is too narrow for mine, and the angle was a bit steep, so its going back now that I have this one in hand. This one is both wider and longer. The telescoping action is also easier to use than a folding one. Training the dogs to use it was a breeze. I just lured them with a treat, "steering" them with their leashes the first few times.
As far as the sharp edges that some reviews alluded to, they are now covered by plastic. Why the product photo doesnt show this is beyond me, because it was a serious design flaw, and you'd think they'd want to show that it was fixed. As it stands now, I'd say this ramp is perfect in every way.
This ramp is extremely light weight, easy to extend or close. It has a wavy surface with a non slip tread that is much better then carpet.
This ramp far exceeds the others i have used and the price is extremely reasonable
Rusty is (we think) a golden retriever some city dweller dropped off on us on the timber farm here in East Texas, about eight months old now and takes both my wife and I to pick up and load into the higher bed of my modern '05 Toyota Tundra pickup. We're in our 60's. Problem will become worse as Rusty grows.
Ramp was easy to use. Friction surface is very effective, side rails lend both strength and a sense of security. Good strength, probably as advertised. Works fine in dirt and on a hard surface. When we bought, Amazon had the best price. There ain't many of these ramps out there.
Suggest storage out of direct sunlight, as UV breaks plastic down (retaining strap, etc.)In our case fits fine inside the truck behind the seat while traveling with the dog, and in the shop when not.
Pay close attention to the need to train your animal to use it. This can be very simple if your animal is not spoiled and wants to please you. In our case, one in the bed of the truck coaxing and one behind the dog using hands to direct and encourage. Took less than a minute and we made a game of it afterward. You could also use a treat or favorite toy as bait.
Final suggestion: don't just use the ramp for trips to the vet -- throw in some joy rides so trips don't get filed in the animal's head as harbingers of what to many is a very dreaded occasion...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great ramp. Lightweight but sturdy for my big Am Bulldog. If I had one complaint and it's a very small one... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jenny M.
It works for my 12 yr old lab with both hip and shoulder issues. Easy going down, but tough on going up because of the traction method. Have one that is sturdier with grips. Read morePublished 7 days ago by J. Shannon
I bought this ramp for its versatility as I own two vehicles, a low sitting car and a high sitting truck, and needed a ramp that would work for both as well as some front and back... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Andrea Smith
This thing does what it says. It's sturdy enough for my 80 pound dog to climb into my Yukon. It's easy through the back but I can make it work from back seat if I need to. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Alina Rodriguez
I actually am using this for a ramp for my boat. Backed into the beach it is a great ramp to get on the boat. I weigh 288 and it bows slightly when going up it, but holds up.Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
Its ok, massive scrapes from dog on it, looks awful, and the textured grip is starting to come off. it works, it helps my basset hound get up the steps, but its not lasting nearly... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Chris Kelley
I have a 150lb German Shepherd. This gets him into my van easily. Holds well to the side of a 2017 Pacifica, though I think it would do well on most vehicles. Read morePublished 1 month ago by pepet