|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Features||Non-skid, Non-slip Tread||—||—||—||Non-skid|
|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Foam, Polyester||Foam, Polyester||Foam, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Foam, Polyester|
|Tools Included||—||—||—||—||No Tools Required|
The cats are able to easily get on the bed now and the stairs are lightweight enough to move away from the bed with my foot. Would not recommend for heavier dogs, as it’s made of a cardboard type material. Cover comes off to wash.
My dog and I love them! Very sturdy and stays in place. Should last a long time.
We've been using this for about six months. Once I taught my pup how to use it, she goes up and down whenever she doesn't feel like jumping up or down from the bed or sofa. She's very comfortable with its stability. She does not like things that wobble or crush. Easy to remove the cover from the cardboard structure. Recently I was going to buy another one and the price jumped from $60 to $90. I'll continue moving the 8-pound steps between the bed and the sofa until there's a decent discount. Seven year old, sixty-pound Pitbull mix
My Senior shepherd/chow cannot get up into my SUV with her arthritis. Soft steps are the best solution. I also needed something light enough for me to lift in and out of car. These steps are perfect. She’s very comfortable using them. A ramp scared her and she would try to run up it. These foam steps do the trick for her. Four steps is high enough for good balance getting into my SUV. A bigger SUV may require a five step set.
Sheba is an 8 year old Shepard Chow who weighs 68 lbs. she has arthritis in her back legs and I drive to where we walk twice a day. These steps are corrugated cardboard covered in soft material. Easy for me to put in and out of car and she is comfortable walking up and down versus a ramp.
My cat has not yet taken to these stairs, while ill can still jump up to the bed, but they are strong enough for his fairly substantial weight (though wouldn't be for a human), attractive and with cozy sheepskin where feet will land, and fair in incremental heights to more gently achieve the height. Gratefully he hasn't needed them yet. I have had second thoughts about a ramp perhaps being preferable, but that would likely take more space and would need to be thought through. These stairs are sturdy, yet of light weight cardboard inner structure, and so easily lifted and moved (temporary relocation, in order to make the bed).
I had purchased a set of steps made by this company before. I wish I would have read the questions. These used to be high density foam steps. Now they are cardboard.
These stairs are pretty good quality, as sturdy as foam can be, best for smaller pets. I actually bought this for my rats, & it’s very easy for them to climb up. The cover is removable & washable, but the foam steps came unglued. The seams also tear somewhat easily. Overall good.
As soon as I put it out my cat Peaches climbed to her favorite bed by the window! She’s 13 years and has a little trouble jumping so these stairs were well worth it. No assembly and the cover is washable.
My Mommy bought me a bad pair at steps from another place. They were slick and the steps were too far apart. I am a 6 pound Chihuahua and I slid on them and almost fell off. My Mommy decided to look at Chewy for some steps. She bought me these and I really do like them! They are the perfect height for Mommys new recliner. Now I feel safe. They are not slick at all... actually they are fuzzy on the tops of each step! Believe me... your Pups would love a set!!!