Dog ramps will help your dog reach a higher ground without climbing, or jumping or you putting your back out, by lifting him. Ramps are often used to get your dog into the car but they can be used indoors to help him onto the bed or the couch.
If your dog has an injury or sore, stiff joints they will benefit from a ramp. Ramps are particularly helpful to older dogs or breeds that are prone to hip or joint problems.
Your little one will also find the dog ramp a fantastic invention, no longer having to rely on mom or dad to pick him up all the time.
The Dog Ramp can also be used as a training aid – how to walk or turn around on a raised, secured surface, or when teaching your dog rear-end awareness exercises which is important for agility or obedience.
A dog ramp should be at an angle of 18-20 degrees for small dogs and 22-25 degrees for medium to large dogs.