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Pet Gear Free-Standing Foldable Pet Stairs, Chocolate

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Description

The Pet Gear Free-Standing Foldable Pet Stairs make it easy for larger pets to get into vehicles or to reach their favorite spot on the bed. The two large, durable platforms are made to support the weight of bigger pets with a maximum capacity of 350 pounds! Designed with raised edges, these pet stairs ensure that your pal can jump up without the fear of slipping, while the carpeted surface provides extra tread and comfort to keep him steady on his feet. Best of all, these free-standing steps can be easily folded to take up minimal space in the closet, under the bed or in the trunk of your car.

Key Benefits
  • Heavy-duty steps designed for larger pets with a maximum capacity of 350 pounds.
  • Edges are raised so your pet can walk safely and won’t slip off the sides.
  • Legs feature a rubber grip to prevent sliding so your pet can walk with confidence.
  • Folds down for easy portability, plus you can store it in your car, or discretely in your house.
  • Covered in soft carpet that can be removed for hassle-free washing.
Precautions

Before use, be sure stair is installed according to instructions. Use as a pet stair only! Do not use to load people or other objects. Never leave the stair unattended. The stair is designed to support a maximum load of 300 lbs when installed properly. Exceeding the load limit will void the product warranty and may cause injury to the pet or pet owner. Never use the stair while the vehicle is in motion.

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  • Item Number
    97970
  • Dimensions
    60 x 19 x 23 inches
  • Breed Size
    Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, Giant Breeds
Instructions
  1. Unfold stair. Pull out the front support.
  2. Pull out the arm braces and lock them into place.
  3. Pull out the back support and the arm braces and lock them into place.
  4. Pull out the center support and the arm braces and lock them into place.
Size
ProductDimensions Maximum CapacityProduct Weight
Free-Standing Foldable Pet Stairs60 x 19 x 23 inches350 lbs28 lbs
Warranty

30-Day Limited Warranty.

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Customer Reviews

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83% Recommend

83% of reviewersrecommend this product

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    It works, but its heavy

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    My mastiff would not get into the jeep no matter what we tried. We finally bought the steps and he got right in! The problems are that the steps are very heavy, take up a lot of room in the vehicle and are a pain to open and close. We will be looking for steps he will use, are light and easy to use. I hope they exist!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Petgearstairs

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    My giant breed wouldn't use; not as stable as stated; didn't use outside, put in bedroom for him to get up on bed, against the wall; just didn't work; returned. Now, to find one that works.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing for dogs that don’t like ramps or wobbly stairs

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    I have an old arthritic dog that likes stability. I can’t use ramps or stairs to get him in the SUV because the wobble. This is a godsend. Stable doesn’t wobble at all. Only drawback is that it is not as compact as I would like.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Heavy duty pet stairs

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    The stairs are very sturdy when used properly and they hold up fine for my 150 lb lab. Happy Dog &Owner.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for large dogs

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    The item needs a handle to make it easier to carry when folded. Otherwise it is great, we have a Newfoundland and it is nice & wide & easy for him to step up on. He goes straight into the SUV without a problem.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Recommend these steps

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    This are made very sturdy and pretty easy to use. I am 65 yrs and a little heavy to put in back of car. Our dog is just to suborn to use. Could use some training tips.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Yea Chewy !!

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    Hardware and made well. But needs some form of carrying strap or handle . Difficult to carry. And take out of car to use. ( weight) but solid on the ground no movement. Good for my 5 large pups.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Portable steps

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    The item is very sturdy but it is still a bit cumbersome to carry and open and close. They should have attached some kind of a handle to use once you’ve collapsed it. I purchase it for my 70 lb Pittbull who recently had disc surgery. The riser for each step is 12” which is still too high for him to master at this time. I’m not sure how they could have engineered it differently but a 6” riser would have been perfect.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    So far so good

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    I've only had the stairs for 3 weeks, but so far so good. I bought them for my newest 10 yo rescue dog to be able to get into my bed. He is 65 lbs, and I knew it wasn't good for either of us for me to continue to pick him up every night. All 3 of my dogs now use the stairs to get in and out of bed with very minimal encouragement. They seem very sturdy and don't slip on nor scratch my hardwood floors. Only rated a four bc I wish they were more portable.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    We are still working on it

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    The item was as described, but our dog won't use it yet. He gets to the second step and walks off the side. He is a big guy and they are a little narrow for him (but any wider and they would be difficult to store). We are practicing.

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