Pet Gear Full Length Tri-Fold Dog Car Ramp, Chocolate / BlackBy Pet Gear
About This Item
- Rubber grips on bottom keep ramp from sliding.
- Folds in three for space-saving storage.
- Convenient carry handle for added portability.
- Ramp dimensions are ideal for climbing into cars or up porch steps.
- Great for aging pets or smaller pets that need the extra help.
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405 Customer Reviews
Saves their hips and my back!
Ramp is great for getting dogs in/out of trunk, I have a Durango which is pretty high from the ground and the ramp is long enough to reach the ground without them being on a real steep incline. It’s taking a bit of getting used to for them but lots of treats help! It helps immensely with me not putting my back out trying to lift them! The reason I only gave 3 stars is that the ramp is quite tricky to open up, it folds into 3 which is understandable for the length, but I think it could do with having some type of handles on the sides for you to grip onto while trying to get it unfolded. Also, the surface is very rough (again understandable, you don’t want them to slip!) so make sure you put something over it, if it resting behind/on your car seats, it will scuff the leather.
My sweet pit bull was to the stage he couldn’t jump in my Jeep or step on a platform. While on a trip with him I ordered the ramp and received it the next day. He hesitates about going up but runs down the ramp. It has saved both our backs.
Ginger loves it!
Ginger was part of a pack of bassets before becoming a "house" dog. She had done little traveling in a vehicle and came and went from her kennel whenever she chose to do so. Coming into the house meant steps and riding in our Jeep. Steps, sectional couch, Jeep all meant lifting her. She used the ramp first just flat on the floor. She then went up one step with it to the kitchen, a couple steps to the sunroom, etc. Now she goes up to the couch, and is learning to go up into the Jeep. She seemed comfortable with the ramp from day one.
Sturdy ramp with a couple minor issues
First, I want to say I full heartedly recommend this ramp. It is sturdy enough for our 105lb rottie mix. We bought it ahead of his ACL surgery with only a couple days to train and it took 1 try to get him comfortable using it. He was leary but being so sturdy he had no issue when he was on it. We are now into week 2 of using it. It shows minor signs of wear, the grip tape has some marking on it (thats it!) and still is as sturdy as the day we bought it. Now for the minor issues, the way it folds is inconvenient. Instead of folding end over end (bottom to top) to make folding and unfolding easy, it must be flipped over, folded in from the bottom and then the top. Then it must be resituated the ramp in the back of the vehicle. If it folded differently it would be much less of a hassle. Additionally the grip while good, isn't great. Other ramps have a more "3D" grip mat vs this sand paper type grip. I think older dogs would have an issue with this type of grip.
There's no traction on the ramp
If you have a truck, don't bother with this ramp. The incline is too steep and the ramp has sandpaper like grip. My dog had to dig his nails into the ramp and could still barely get any traction. It would be nice for something maybe 3 feet off the ground to lower the incline, but a truck bed was a little too steep for this ramp.
Great long ramp
We got this ramp for our backyard deck steps for our Dachshunds to use, mainly our girl. She is becoming a ramp champ. I took the two SuperTrax from our old ramp and put onto this one. I wish I had two more to put on this ramp for her.
Best Back Saving Treat
This Pet Gear Tri-Fold Ramp is the best investment for saving your back. No more lifting the aging, reluctant pooch who has never quite figured out how to get into the car! Folds up fast and perfectly (much better than a bi-fold) to fit in any SUV way-back.
I purchased the ramp for my 11-year-old boxer. He is afraid of the sandy grit on it. He slides on it. I covered it with carpet, and he is getting use to using it. I think the manufacturer should install the carpet in factory. George
Happy with this dog ramp
I have a 5 month old labrador retriever and a compact car hatchback. She was getting too heavy for me to pick up into the car and I don't want her scratching the interior jumping in by herself. This dog ramp is perfect. Not too steep when set up and very sturdy when I attached it to my back bumper and the hatch door latch securely. Took her one treat to get her on the ramp and into the car on the first time and out of the car without a problem. The ramp folds and fits behind my driver seat nicely, leaving all the cargo space available. I only wish it hand a carrying handle once folded, as I did pinch my fingers carrying the folded ramp.
another use for dog ramp
I just purchased a portable power wheelchair for my husband. It weighs 50 lbs. I thought I could lift it into the back of my SUV, but am no longer as strong as I once was. Wheel chair ramps cost at leas twice as much as two of your dog ramps and were not as portable. Your ramps are built to hold 200 lbs. so I knew they would be sturdy enough, so I ordered 2 ramps so they would be wide enough to accommodate the chair. They worked perfectly and the chair did not slip when I rolled it up the ramp or down the ramp. This helped to keep us mobile. Thank you. One work of caution. This would not work for a heavier electric wheel chair.