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Dog "steps"

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Nonnie, Jul 30, 2009.


  1. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Has anyone ever used these, and if so, what make did you use?

    Ive seen a few on the market, some being cheaper and more "foamy" looking, others looking quite sturdy.

    Im not sure what ones to get, if any.
     
  2. claire

    claire Guest

    I am lost what are dog steps lol
     
  3. DevilDogz

    DevilDogz Guest

    Im guessing you mean the kind of steps used for older dogs to help them get on to the sofa and things LOL.
     
  4. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Yes.

    This sort of thing..

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  5. claire

    claire Guest

    I see, good idea, my mum n dad had a labrador with joint problems something would he been ideal to have got her in the car
     
  6. rona

    rona Guest

    I've got a wooden box that I put a piece of carpet on for Alfie to get in and out of the car, it just halves the height so that he doesn't jump in or out but uses two steps. Less pressure on his bad joint
     
  7. srhdufe

    srhdufe PetForums VIP

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    I could do with some of those...
    My Oscar sometimes cant jump into the car after running round the park....
    I have to pick him up and he's not exactly small :rolleyes:
    He's getting on a bit now..
     

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  8. Kinjilabs

    Kinjilabs PetForums VIP

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    I looked at loads, most of them are foamy which i didnt think Ted would like, we bought a ramp too and he wont use that hubby made the steps we have now and Ted does use them and were a lot cheaper than buying..... if I were you I would make sure your dog will use them before you buy some.
     
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