|Breed Size||Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Features||Machine-washable, Non-skid||Machine-washable, Non-skid||Heavy Duty||Non-skid, Non-slip Tread||Non-skid, Non-slip Tread|
|Material||Rubber||Rubber||Metal, Rubber, Aluminum||Plastic||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester|
|Tools Included||No Tools Required||No Tools Required||No||No Tools Required||—|
I have a 14 year old beagle with some old man back leg issues. These steps were easy and quick to put together, and they’re very stable for him to use. I also like how the actual part he steps on is wider. I definitely recommend these for the old men and ladies! (I purchased the medium size for next to my bed. The top of the bed is 21” from the ground.)
My dog is about 45 pounds, with a rear amputation. We use the two step version of this for her to get onto the couch. It's nestled in the "L" of our couch and sits on a very low pile rug. It works GREAT. I just put together the three step version for her to get into my bed. My bedroom is carpeted and the pile height is pretty good. The issue is that the stairs are SO light weight that as she climbs the stairs rock in the carpet and appear wobbly. The stairs themselves were put together properly and have no give when tugging on them. It's just as she climbs. I'm not sure how to fix that. I'm thinking either the office carpet protector or an anti fatigue kitchen mat? I'm so surprised that this is happening with the 3step version.
Easily assembled. Steps length wise was comfortable for dog. Took about 5 helps them dog got the idea. ( Not the smartest but he's mine)
I have a 13.5 old, large 95lb. German Shepherd with arthritis that needs help getting in my truck. The 20” is definitely better than the 16” for making my dog feel more secure. Also, since the steps tilt on a downward angle, I place a short 2x4 under the first step to change the angle.
Perfect for our big dogs to get onto our tall bed. Easy to assemble. I only wish they were a little wider. I would recommend these.
The 3 steps perfect perfect for my older 80 lb dog.
Got the for my slightly older dachshund who is showing signs of legs issues. He is 29 lbs and the weight limit for this one was 75 lbs so he is well with in the limits. It looks nice and I like that the Lil carpet padding is removable if it needs a washing. What I don't like is that it is very flimsy. Now this is my 2nd one cuz the 1st one had wrong pics and chewy quickly ans perfectly fixed the problem. The pics click into place but seem very sturdy when they do. There Is no back other than a "bar" to stabilize it. It has to be against something (i.e. the bed or sofa) cuz it tips very easily already found that out the hard way. Over all the weight limit should only be for your mini teacup or cat size animals cuz this is not good hold up for my boy. Wouldn't recommend for anything about maybe 10lbs.
Okay the stairs hold my dog's weight. 165 lbs mastiff, but for the life of me I cannot get him to use them. I have exceeded my training capabilities and still nothing. He uses stairs everyday since I live on the second floor. They are also amazingly wide. I'm going to try for my car next time but if you read below the stairs slide even on carpeted areas. My cats like them and that's about it. I'm going to try and donate them to my sister who has little dogs and see if she can get some use out of them. If you have the training skills and probably start at a younger age dog to use them I bet these stairs would work. It is no one's fault for why these stairs did not work for me. Cons; I'm not going to lie after putting it together I thought they would never hold my mastiff. They look very flimsy. The little carpet area to help get better traction I feel is useless. If there was a railing on one side that might help a dog's confidence about using them. The grip pads on the bottom to try to prevent the stairs from moving I feel like they are utter garbage. A yoga mat might remedy this. Basically I would try to 'modify' some of the things to help my older dog, he is approximately 10-11 ish.
Doesn't fit well, keeps pulling apart
The stairs are easy to assemble, although I had one issue with the riser which wasn't clear to me in the instructions. The stairs are sturdy and don't move around. My cat had to be persuaded at first to use the stairs but after luring him with treats he now uses them readily. Great product!