Pet Gear Easy Step III Cat & Dog StairsBy Pet Gear
About This Item
- Snaps together for an easy setup.
- Rubber grips keep stairs secure and your pet safe.
- Features 6-inch step height and machine washable carpet tread.
- Great for aging pets, or smaller pets that need the extra help.
- Stairs weigh less than 15 pounds so you can move them to another location easily.
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Good for price
My only complaint would be what most others say in that it would be nice if it stayed grounded when my dog actually gets on it. Even using stickies I still have to apply some pressure to hold it down. That being said though I don't regret buying it and it's doing what it was intended to do. My biggest concern was the steps not being wide enough but it doesn't seem to be an issue for my dog who is about 60 pounds
Stair review- not for a bigger dog in my opinion, great quality though!
I absolutely love these stairs for what they are, just for a much smaller breed than what is described. But they just are not wide enough for a large breed like it is described to be used for, so its a let down for sure. My dog won’t use them because she’s scared since they’re so slim. Kind of disappointing, hoping to return them.
I might have rated these 4 stars, but the really, really poor instructions and the skimpy stair treads prevented that. Assembly is very confusing due to various parts being labeled with two different letters. The illustrations are of no value, being little more than ink blobs (the pic on the box was more helpful). My dog is a German Shepherd mix, 60 lbs. These steps are very close to being too small for her, but she's learned to use them. They'd do better for small breeds.
Well made steps
Hi, we are very happy with the quality of the steps we bought for our little dog. She is still learning how to use them but think they will be great for her!
Dogs refuse to use!
The steps are sturdy and everything but my dogs refuse to get on them and I have tried every which way I could imagine. I don’t think dogs like to go up steps like that even though they go up 16 stairs every night to go up to bed. Crazy
This is high enough for my tall bed.my little dog comes up it.the other dog is afraid to use.wants me to pick her up and put her down.good price.
Not for small dogs
We purchased this stairs so the pups can get up on the bed. The steps are too tall and is difficult for our 10 month old Cavalier to climb up. She wind up jumping oof the bed to avoid using the steps on the way down. Our adult Cavalier also has problems climbing the steps due to the height. We used the two step for the couch and that worked out ok but the three step is a different story.
Our 100 lb Lab is beginning to show signs of hip dysplasia. This set of stairs allow him to easily climb into bed as he can't just jump up anymore. Easy to assemble, lightweight, sturdy.
No way Jose!
Unfortunately, i cannot get either of my dogs to use the steps. I’ve tried very tasty treats. One dog will follow the treats but won’t actually use the steps to get on the bed. The other dog (who loves treats) won’t even get on the steps at all. He’s perfectly capable of using them But I think he’s having a power struggle with me, and winning. Anyway, will keep trying a little longer. Anyone have any suggestions?
Not worth it
They were to tall so I had to take them apart and during unsnapping them the plastic bent