Pet Gear Travel Lite Tri-Fold Dog & Cat Ramp with SupertraX, Black/Green

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Give your pet the boost he needs with the Pet Gear Travel Lite Tri-Fold ramp. This high-quality ramp helps your dog or cat to easily climb into your vehicle or other hard-to-reach places without risking injury or straining your back. The removable SupertraX mat features a pressure-activated material that allows for extra grip and stability by increasing the paw’s surface contact area when he steps on it. Rubberized grips on the bottom of the ramp keep it from slipping when in use, while the provided safety tether secures it to the back of most vehicles for added stability. The patented tri-fold design reduces storage space and a convenient carry handle makes it easy to transport.

Key Benefits
  • High-quality ramp allows your dog or cat to easily climb into your vehicle or other hard-to-reach places.
  • Patented tri-fold design and convenient carry handle make it easy to transport; ramp measures 27 x 16 x 12 inches when folded for storage and weighs 16 pounds.
  • Ramp measures 71 x 16 inches when unfolded for use and holds a maximum capacity of 200 pounds.
  • Removable SupertraX mat features a pressure-activated material that provides extra grip and stability by increasing the paw’s surface contact area when he steps on it.
  • Rubberized grips keep the ramp from slipping while in use and the safety tether secures it to the back of most vehicles for even more stability.

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  • Item Number
    126878
  • Weight
    16.0 pounds
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
Size
Product Dimensions Maximum Weight Product Weight
Travel Lite Tri-Fold Ramp 71 x 16 x 4 inches 200 lbs 16 lbs
Warranty

30-Day Limited Warranty.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Way too narrow...

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    First, thanks to Chewy for their fantastic customer service! You feel like you are talking to friends, and they have already said they will help me in any way! However I am very disappointed with this ramp and plan to return. The Supertrax surface is great...no complaints there. But that great non-slip surface is in fact only 12 inches wide. Then you have about 2 inches of slippery hard plastic that even slopes downward on each side. I have a 13+ year old Golden who was very willing to try it, but her back legs kept slipping off the ramp if they stepped on either side area at all. Also have a Weimarainer recovering from TPLO surgery, and 12 inches of safe surface way too narrow for him too First, thanks to Chewy for their fantastic customer service! You feel like you are talking to friends, and they have already said they will help me in any way! However I am very disappointed with this ramp and plan to return. The Supertrax surface is great...no complaints there. But that great non-slip surface is in fact only 12 inches wide. Then you have about 2 inches of slippery hard plastic that even slopes downward on each side. I have a 13+ year old Golden who was very willing to try it, but her back legs kept slipping off the ramp if they stepped on either side area at all. Also have a Weimarainer recovering from TPLO surgery, and 12 inches of safe surface way too narrow for him too. This ramp is going to result in a fall and I'm afraid they're going to get hurt. Both dogs are about 85 pounds, so not particularly huge. Advertising 16 inch width is very misleading. Going to purchase one with more "safe surface" width that the dogs can actually use. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    I Love it.

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    I have a 14 year old Border Collie who is starting to need a boost getting into the SUV. She is a tense dog when it comes to her footing and I was worried about getting a ramp with just the sand paper type grip. When dogs tense their claws up on the sand paper type footing they still slide on it. The grip on this ramp is perfect. She can lock her claws into it and feel confident. The ramp is sturdy and solid. It only took her a few times of going up and down and she was happy with it. She loves not needing me to help her. She loads in the side door up into her crate. I put the ramp on the running board and up she goes. I was actually worried about the door being on the way, but it actually I have a 14 year old Border Collie who is starting to need a boost getting into the SUV. She is a tense dog when it comes to her footing and I was worried about getting a ramp with just the sand paper type grip. When dogs tense their claws up on the sand paper type footing they still slide on it. The grip on this ramp is perfect. She can lock her claws into it and feel confident. The ramp is sturdy and solid. It only took her a few times of going up and down and she was happy with it. She loves not needing me to help her. She loads in the side door up into her crate. I put the ramp on the running board and up she goes. I was actually worried about the door being on the way, but it actually helps because it gives her a wall on one side making it even more secure. With me on one side and the door on the other it works beautifully. The length is great. When I put it on the running board, I can use it just folding out two sections. If I want to put it all the way up to the platform where her crate is I can use all 3. If I use it in the back to get her In a crate there I fold it all the way out using all 3 sections. It folds up easily and is light enough that its not incredibly awkward. It fits perfectly in its spot in front of the crates. I also love that the footing mat is easily removable, so I can hose it off. The ramp comes with a tether strap to keep it from slipping. The strap hooks on easily at the back end, but I am still working on making a quick easy way to tether it when I'm using it in the passenger door. Overall I am very happy with this ramp. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Senior Dogs : )

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    My old dogs can now come in and out when they need. The stairs became too much for them. I also was afraid of them falling.Now they have a bridge in and out of the home easily and safely!! I don't have to worry anymore. It took a little while to train them but now they use it freely and easily. Very happy with the dog ramp.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Too narrow

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    Great idea, but too narrow. My dog is 130 pounds, he started to walk up it and immediately fell off. The sides are very slippery plastic and the slide is way too narrow, also it has no handle. Very hard to carry and take down. The good part was the non-slip carpet.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    140 lb dog versus pick up truck!

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    We realized that our rottie couldn't get into the back seat of our new truck. We cannot lift him. This ramp did the trick on our last week long trip. The dog was hesitant to walk onto it initially, but got to appreciate it by the end of the trip. It does bow a bit under his weight but is sturdy to get the job done overall. It folds up easily. It's a little heavy for a 65 year old to hoist into the truck bed for storage. But we need to move it and not be in a hurry. Great product for the heavy dogs. We also have a 50 pound Wheaten. He also uses it. We just have to keep him on a leash and guide him to walk on the ramp instead of trying to jump over it. He's an athletic but the truck We realized that our rottie couldn't get into the back seat of our new truck. We cannot lift him. This ramp did the trick on our last week long trip. The dog was hesitant to walk onto it initially, but got to appreciate it by the end of the trip. It does bow a bit under his weight but is sturdy to get the job done overall. It folds up easily. It's a little heavy for a 65 year old to hoist into the truck bed for storage. But we need to move it and not be in a hurry. Great product for the heavy dogs. We also have a 50 pound Wheaten. He also uses it. We just have to keep him on a leash and guide him to walk on the ramp instead of trying to jump over it. He's an athletic but the truck is even too tall for him! … more

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Good quality but not right for my needs

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    Nice and sturdy, and the tread is grippy. Somewhat unwieldy for me to open and close so I am returning it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Love my ramp!

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    Folds up great and sturdy for my 113 pound Rhodesian Ridgeback. Love it! So glad I purchased it!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Stairway to Heaven

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    I purchased this ramp for my older lab who greatly appreciates no longer having to jump into the back of my SUV. It has been heaven sent for both my aging pup and my old back. It’s simple to use, light weight yet strong enough to easily support 80 lbs of lab, it has a clip that attaches to the mechanism my tailgate would close on which helps to hold it in place, it’s simple to fold and has a lock that keeps it closed. I highly recommend this item!

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good ramp....

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    We do like the length and sturdiness of this ramp. I ask my husband to pick a lighter one as this one is a struggle for me at 16lbs while holding the dog on a leash and trying to fold and lift it back into the car but he chose this one. Doing my best:)

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Good traction

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    Our dog was able to get good traction and to make it up and down the ramp. However, since her eyesight is bad, she would step off of the green part and onto the black edge and her foot would slip off of the edge. Since she is a fearful dog, we were not able to train her to stay in the middle of the ramp. I would suggest that future models include a curb of sorts to help the pet keep from slipping of the edge.

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