Frisco Tri-Fold Travel Dog Car Ramp
About This Item
- Tri-fold ramp folds in two places to become more compact for easier storage and transportation.
- Features a safety latch to prevent the ramp from opening accidentally while folded.
- Grooved, grippy ramp surface improves traction and helps prevent slipping.
- Stays securely in place with rubber, anti-slip feet on the bottom of the ramp.
- Designed to help pets up to 150 pounds safely get up and down from elevated places.
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47 Customer Reviews
Ramp for dog
My golden is scared if it I think his nails on plastic freaks him out I put it in living room put blanket over it and put his toys n treats on it so he gets used to it . But I am thinking of covering it with green felt or something his toes can grasp a little better . It could be a little wider
The photo is accurate
I have a senior mutt that's 12 pounds and clearly I thought a ramp would be better for her in her old age--14 years old. She doesn't have trouble walking yet, but she might. Well, call me over-prepared. Sturdy and durable. Great for large (AND clearly small dogs and even my cat uses it-no idea why). It's getting use.
My sis’s Yorkshire has horrible arthritis. She wouldn’t allow anyone to pick her up or help her down from furniture. While this was longer than needed, it gave her a gradual incline that she accepted. She did not accept doggie stairs. After some training, she uses it like a champ! Love it!
It was a good idea, but it’s too narrow. My dogs are unable to climb up it and I have three that are different sizes and none of em could climb it. One of em wouldn’t even go on it . It bends in the middle sadly
Ramp as expected
Nice quality. I am using on my front step. Took a round screw in hook & attached to step then able to use the provided strap (meant for vehicle rear hook atrachment) to hook to. It was a little steep so layed large landscape block under bottom to raise & support then used the stretchy strap around step railing to stabilize it. Just wish it were a little longer in length for steps. Now to train my old dog to use it instead of standing at bottom of step frozen.
SUV DOG RAMP
I bought this dog ramp thinking it would be easier than lifting my 47 lb dog into the back when we go on trips. This ramp is too bulky and heavy and is more hassle than lifting my dog. She is also afraid of the ramp. I will keep this in storage as my dog ages, she may need it at that time but for now, it isn't worth the money spent
I like this ramp. My dog used it with no problems. Unfortunately, it was folded in my car while I was driving and it got stuck in the folded position (which is how you store the thing) and when I went to open it to use it yesterday the snaps on the joint broke, rendering it useless. I will see if I can rig it to work but I'm not pleased that it broke this way.
This ramp is lighter than I thought it was and is easy to store in the back of my SUV so it’s always available when needed. My dog has had several surgeries on her front and back legs and cannot jump into the car, so I purchased this for her. It also has a strap that secures the top of the ramp to the bottom latch/hatch to keep it in place. The plastic groove and ridges are enough for her to maintain traction going up or down. I highly recommend this ramp!
1st one I ordered broke the 1st time i tried to use it, I ordered a replacement should Chewy replaced it for free. So far so good. My Labrador is just over 100 lbs., suppose to hold 150 lb.,
Not as I expected
This ramp is not what I expected. My dog is afraid to walk on it because it does not appear to be sturdy enough for her to step on. Not to specified weight limits.