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Mr. Herzher's Smart Ramp
Mr. Herzher's Smart Ramp. Large dog owners know that a lifetime of jumping damages hips, backs and other joints, but until now the selection in pet ramps have always been compromises. Now the Smart Ramp does it all with safety, versatility and ease-of-use. Most important of all, pets will feel truly confident on Smart Ramp because it provides secure footing with OSHA-approved materials and a superbly rigid rail frame made just like those tough fiberglass ladders. There's no slipping, sliding, bounce or sway to scare them off, yet Smart Ramp is still amazingly light at just 16 pounds and vet recommended. And Smart Ramp is thoughtfully designed to protect your hands, their paws and expensive car finishes from scrapes and pinches.
Dimensions: 70 x 17.2 x 5.1 inches
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Comments about Smart Ramp:
This ramp functions as stated. The vet said ramps are a better option than stairs, especially for long-bodied dachsunds. The reason that I chose it was the added safety features (non-slip sandpaper surface, protected edges, adjustable lenth). It's far superior to the alternatives unless you want to shell out more money. My only minor quip pertains to how it functions for my small breed, long haired Dachsund. It's still a tad too steep for him, even if I do a full extension. I primarily use this indoors (bed). As you may imagine, a full extension poses a tripping hazard. Perhaps, he'll grow more accustomed to the incline. The sandpaper feature isn't the most aesthetically pleasing once the dog scratches it; but, I'm more about practicality. I wish the ramp featured a self-sustaining stand to prop it horizontally along the bed rather than perpendicular. But, eh, not a huge deal.