Pet Gear Tri-Fold Dog Car Ramp with Supertrax, GreenBy Pet Gear
About This Item
- Pressure-activated material allows paws to easily grip into the mat and rubberized bottom grippers help ensure secure placement.
- SupertraX mat removes for easy cleaning.
- Ramp’s built-in handle and patented tri-fold design allow for portability and compact storage.
- Raised edges help prevent pet from slipping off the side.
- Safety tether included for securing ramp to the back of most vehicles.
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75 Customer Reviews
Joint saver- theirs and ours
We have 300 lbs of Leonberger’s who started using this ramp straight out of the box. We rented a big SUV for vacation and didn’t want them jumping out nor did we want to lift them in and out for 10 days. Our younger boy loves to go up and and down it so much we need to move him out of the way when his mama, our older and bigger 150lb girl climbs up. The grip is great- and while I see many people complain about the weight, it folds up and has a handle and I would expect some weight behind it. It leans on the car and is secure. Doesn’t wobble at all. We will use this as well this summer to help them climb up from the beach to our (their) pontoon boat. Definitely satisfied with this product.
To awkward to use
The Unit is well build and easy access for my dogs. HOWEVER In opening it up you have to lay it flat, swing one deck down, side it halfway out of the back of the car then swing the other end down, rotated it over and set it place. With two impatient dogs and two old dog lovers with heart conditions it’s just to awkward to handle. Michael B.
Sturdy but heavy
We travel in our motorhome and needed a strong, long ramp for our elderly dogs to get up the steps. While this is sturdy and long enough, it is very heavy to manhandle if you have back issues. It can be very difficult to open with the bottom section collapsing as you open the top. In bad weather this is not good to struggle with and is easier to just pick up our 40lb dogs to get in more quickly. We have been using it for several months now and will have to get another. A good product but just too heavy if you have difficulty lifting.
Easy to train and use right out of the box
It took some trials to find the right ramp for assisting our dog. I tried the bi-fold similar ramp but it was too narrow and very steep. I read the reviews about this ramp being wider and less of an incline and the padding on it is safer/easier to use than other types. This ramp is a bit heavy, but not as heavy as lifting our dog. I have only tested it out to see if she would use it entering and exiting properly so far, but thankfully Chewy has pawsome customer service and I know I can return it if it doesn't work out. Our dog is a lab/shepherd mix, age 6 and a little overweight, she has been having problems with her hips and knee joints due to slight injury running and arthritis. I didn't know this is a common problem for many dogs and anything to help with making it easier and preventing further damage is the goal.
Will return this ramp ASAP
Very heavy, The green tread is slippery, No safe way to attach to the car, Got this for my baby after her TPLO surgery. My dog fell off because the ramp slipped off the car. Yes the clamp was hooked to the car for stability. Very slippery at the car attachment site.
Perfect for our Big Doggo!!
We are very happy with the Pet Gear Ramp!! It's so easy to use! It folds in three and is not too heavy! Our dog goes in and out of the car with ease! I can get our 105 pound dog in the car without assistance!! I wish we had bought one sooner for our other dog.
Heavy, but nice
The jury is still out on this one. It’s a very nice ramp- very sturdy. Being sturdy also makes it very heavy. It does have a handle, which helps. I do think this is a nice ramp. I’m just not sure it’s the ramp for me. I’m 70 years old and not very strong. Another person probably wouldn’t think it is that heavy. I also think this ramp is better suited for a van or a SUV putting it at the tailgate. I have a Pickup and it barely fits in the back door opening. I guess I’ll keep it, because my dog needs it.
Just what I was looking for
I read so many reviews, watched lots of different YouTube videos of different ramps, did measurements, computed angles, and finally decided to order both this ramp and the Pet Gear Bi-Fold ramps. I got this one to get my 55 lb pit bull mix up to the floor of the back seat of our Tundra, where I have his crate strapped down (seat is folded up). I wanted a long and wide but stable ramp, and this seemed to fit the bill. There was another ramp sold under 2 different names that looked good, but there were enough reports of dogs having the pads of their feet injured that I crossed that off my list. Ironically, after this ramp arrived our dog injured a rear leg. My normal vehicle is a van that he enters through the side door, and it's only about 18" high, so I wasn't ever planning to use a ramp in the van, but suddenly he would need it. A week after his injury he was walking much better, and I put the ramp flat on the floor in the house and fed him treats while he walked on it. Yesterday I used this longer, wider ramp and he went up it into the van w/o issue. It's heavy, but not horribly so. I am older but was able to open, carry and fold it without a problem, but it's not something you look forward to. When we get to the trail he's in his crate so I can get it out of the back, set it up, and then release him from his crate when I'm ready. When I got back to the van I used a carabiner to attach his leash to a tree while I set it up and then walked him to the end and he went right in. We have spent MANY hours on crate training and getting back in the van before now, so all of that was critical to how easy it was to transition him to the ramp. Today I decided to try the shorter, narrower and lighter bi-fold ramp, and he did perfectly with that one too. I plan to use it in the van and this Tri-Fold in the truck.
This has the perfect grip for our dog to easily walk up and down. No slipping, no sliding, and best of all he can now safely and easily get in and out of our car, that’s too high for him to jump into. I would definitely buy again!
Very nice for my geriatric dog
My dog is about the toughest guy to buy a ramp for, because he's almost lame and doesn't grip surfaces well due to severe arthritis. So I can wholeheartedly say this is a good buy! The surface is cushioned but very grippy, and the ramp stays in place well even when I use it for my deck steps. The wide width is great to reassure dogs who don't feel very confident in their stride.