DOES YOUR PET SUFFER WHEN CLIMBING?
Have you considered Pet Stairs? Does your cat or dog have trouble climbing onto or off your bed, your couch, your vehicle?
My little dog did. So sorry I never even thought to get him some PET STAIRS!
These dog steps come in all different sizes, shapes, types, materials, even colors…2 step pet stairs, foldable pet stairs, pet stairs for large dogs, even pet stairs for tall beds. I believe I would have preferred the foam stairs with a washable cover like the ones shown above. Mainly, because of less stress on his joints and paws jumping onto the foam–and, of course having a cover I could launder when needed.
This particular model is for a 20 lb. or smaller dog. It’s lightweight to move around or use in another location. It has a furry beige cover with solid brown side panels. As far as color choices, the majority of stairs come in beige, gray, or brown.
These provide so much more ease on your pet’s joints–especially if they are getting older, and/or are just having trouble climbing or jumping.
Sizes are available in extra small through large in the covered foam (some with removable covers), wood (more expensive), tough plastic (with non-skid panels), and carpeted materials. A few stairs and ramps are ‘foldable’ for easy transport or storage. Ramps, yes, larger ones are available for your dog or cat to use entering or exiting your automobile.
If you have decided to help out your furry pal, take a look at Best Reviews of pet stairs to get factual researched knowledge on several different manufacturers and their available styles, types, and sizes.
Their research shows:
“HOW WE DECIDED
We purchase every product we review with our own funds — we never accept anything from product manufacturers
- 16 Models Considered
- 68 Hours Spent
- 1 Expert Interviewed
- 121 Consumers Consulted”
You can see from Best Reviews’ figures how numerous your choices are to assist your best pet buddy. Check them out and make sure you have the correct fit for your dog or cat.
Size is Important
Make sure to measure the height of your bed or sofa, etc. Also be aware of the width of the steps that will work best for your pet.
Then enjoy watching them climb up and down!
Check out another post for your furry friends “Know your Furry Friend’s Body Language” – https://copywriternikkifrie.com/know-your-furry-friends-body-language/.
Also take a look at “Does your Pet Suffer from Anxiety?” – https://copywriternikkifrie.com/does-your-pet-suffer-from-anxiety/.
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