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Pet Gear Travel Lite Bi-Fold Dog & Cat Ramp with SupertraX

Pet Gear Travel Lite Bi-Fold Dog & Cat Ramp with SupertraX

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    Really happy with this product

    By PoodleOwner on Feb 17, 2019

    I got this ramp a month ago for my 12-year old, 60 lb. standard poodle b/c she's having problems jumping into an SUV. So far it's great. It is a bit narrow for a dog her size, but she figured it out in about 1 week of training with it flat on the ground. It doesn't bend or bounce when she walks on it I got this ramp a month ago for my 12-year old, 60 lb. standard poodle b/c she's having problems jumping into an SUV. So far it's great. It is a bit narrow for a dog her size, but she figured it out in about 1 week of training with it flat on the ground. It doesn't bend or bounce when she walks on it and the green surface really helps her get traction. It's not so heavy that I can't lift it in and out of the car, and it folds easily. The only negative is that the bottom part that rests on the ground is a bit slippery, especially on snow, so you may need to put a towel under it. Also, I wish it had a handle to make carrying easier. Let's hope it stands up to repeated use. … more

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    Very Disappointing

    By Disappointed on Jun 23, 2019

    There is no way to secure the ramp to my Honda Civic. When my pooch tried to climb up, the ramp kept sliding off and out of the car. It needs adjustable hooks or something to secure it to regular cars (it comes with a way to secure to SUV's and other cars with rear entry tailgates, but not with regular There is no way to secure the ramp to my Honda Civic. When my pooch tried to climb up, the ramp kept sliding off and out of the car. It needs adjustable hooks or something to secure it to regular cars (it comes with a way to secure to SUV's and other cars with rear entry tailgates, but not with regular car door entrances). A waste of my money. … more

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    Weight confusion

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    The box states 200 pounds weight limit but the instructions in the box - with the same product ID # - say the ramp is designed to support a maximum load of 150 pounds. “Exceeding the weight limit voids the warranty and may cause personal injury...” Chewy assures me that this ramp is for 200 pounds but just letting y’all know what the instruction manual says.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Light weight

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    Much easier for me to handle than bigger one, and he is getting used to it.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Bi-Fold Dog Ramp

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    This ramp is a good concept and very sturdy, but it will not fit in a car door. Door does not open wide enough to accommodate the width of the ramp.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    The Fake Grass is Awesome!

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    My 14 yr old Chow/Golden mix has very weak hind legs..this ramp has been a Godsend and we never leave the house without it in the car.

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