Guardian Gear Vehicle Pet Ramp - Dog Health - Dog - Pet & Animal

The Side Door Ramp Adapter allows your dog to climb into your vehicle through the side door.
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There are three primary categories of ramps for use with vehicles: folding pet ramps, telescoping ramps, and expanding (accordion style) pet steps. You need to choose the correct type based on your vehicle, where your dog rides, available storage space, and your ability to lift the ramp. Make sure the product you buy will fit in the trunk, behind the seat or wherever else there is storage space.
: If your dog suffers from an injury and/or recovering from it. A ramp will it make it easier getting in out of the vehicle.
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There’s a lot to be said about it, including the non-slip plastic, the one year warranty, and the fact that it can support over four hundred pounds of dog at a time but the main draw for most people is going to be the quick and easy mechanism and the ability to use the same ramp between vehicles of almost any size. I have a 13 year old dog with mobility problems, having a ramp would make getting her in and out of the vehicle easier.
Photo provided by FlickrThe Deluxe Large Dog Ramp is a ramp for large dogs who need help getting in a out of vehicles
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Your dog might not have the leaping ability to get into the vehicle anymore, but that doesn’t mean you have to leave them behind. With one of these specially designed sets of steps or ramps your dog will be able to cruise with you, wherever you may want to go.No tools needed here, either, just unfold the ramp, set it down, and let your dog go up or down as the case may be before you fold it and return it to the back of the vehicle.Want a longer and more graceful way for your dog to get in? Try this dog ramp for SUVs, trucks, and any other vehicle with a considerable amount of ground clearance.Many dogs LOVE going for car rides and can’t wait to hop up into your vehicle. However, some dogs might need a little help getting up into your ride. In these cases, you need a great dog car ramp to help safely get them loaded up.The ramp sits at 39” initially, but can later be extended up to 72”. If you own multiple vehicles of varying heights, you may have just found the dog ramp of your dreams.Wider and more stable than a ramp. Pet Loader’s® lower angle of ascent/decent and greater traction eliminates your dog’s fear of entering your vehicle. Yet Pet Loader is light in weight and folds down to a mere 7-1/4" for easy portability and storage.TWISTEP, while not a dog car ramp, is a multi-use step that helps your dog get in and out of your SUV. It attaches to the hitch receiver of your vehicle and stores under the bumper when not in use. Twistep provides your pet with lower-impact, lower-stress access into and out of your vehicle. Repeated jumping into and out of a vehicle can aggravate or even cause serious conditions like arthritis, leg injuries, back sprains and other damage. And lifting a large dog into a vehicle is not easy! Twistep can help dogs of all ages. Learn here.By now you’ve likely seen – or even have – one of Subaru’s dog-friendly vehicles. But they’ve got nothing on Nissan, who recently revealed their newest vehicle concept, the X-Trail 4Dogs. It features a ramp, spill-proof water bowl, and a shower and blow dryer station for those messy adventures!