Customer Reviews

Rating: 4.3 of 5 stars 133 Reviews 133 Reviews 4.4 out of 5 Stars

90% Recommend

90% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 4.3 of 5 stars 4.4 / 5

You've Already Reviewed This Item

Pet Gear Reflective Extra Wide Foldable Dog Car Ramp

Pet Gear Reflective Extra Wide Foldable Dog Car Ramp

  • Most Helpful Positive Review

    Read All 109 Positive Reviews

    Good Quality

    By SusieO on Mar 26, 2021

    I can't say much yet other than the ramp 1)arrived the next day, which was fantastic! 2) feels very sturdy and appears well-made, and 3) is a great length, and it has a convenient hook and handle for carrying. Otherwise, my 13 yr old, 80# pup wants nothing to do with it yet! I haven't pushed the issue I can't say much yet other than the ramp 1)arrived the next day, which was fantastic! 2) feels very sturdy and appears well-made, and 3) is a great length, and it has a convenient hook and handle for carrying. Otherwise, my 13 yr old, 80# pup wants nothing to do with it yet! I haven't pushed the issue as the weather is here and there; when it gets warmer I will spend more time working with her. I do think I might put some kind of strips on it for grip. The surface is nice, but it may give her more confidence to know she won't slide. … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • Most Helpful Critical Review

    Read All 24 Critical Reviews

    Very wobbly, meant for small incline only

    By JRSF on Mar 8, 2021

    We bought this ramp for our 115# Saint Bernard, based on stated weight limits. We can’t use it for my small SUV as it can’t handle the incline, nor on our 5 step front stoop for the same reason. Overall it’s also wobbly and bounces when he steps on it, and that instability makes our dog nervous. We are We bought this ramp for our 115# Saint Bernard, based on stated weight limits. We can’t use it for my small SUV as it can’t handle the incline, nor on our 5 step front stoop for the same reason. Overall it’s also wobbly and bounces when he steps on it, and that instability makes our dog nervous. We are keeping it to use on a two step stair in our yard, but even that requires 2 wood supports underneath it. We also need to add carpet strips as surface doesn’t feel slip-proof. So in hindsight we could have built a better one ourselves at less expense and trouble. … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report