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    Why Your Dog Needs a Ramp

    A Dog Ramp is important for all sizes and breeds of dogs, but especially useful for smaller and older dogs with problems such as arthritis or other joint issues. There are ramps that work well for all types of vehicles so you don’t have to worry about your car. Your dog doesn’t have to risk injuring him/herself when jumping in and out of the vehicle.

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    Thanks for sharing

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    It prevents joint pains in dogs.

    Quote Originally Posted by SamK View Post
    A Dog Ramp is important for all sizes and breeds of dogs, but especially useful for smaller and older dogs with problems such as arthritis or other joint issues. There are ramps that work well for all types of vehicles so you don’t have to worry about your car. Your dog doesn’t have to risk injuring him/herself when jumping in and out of the vehicle.
    A ramp is used by your dog to gain access to places he can no longer jump into or onto.It is mostly used by senior dogs who are suffering from joint pains and various other health issues.
    Last edited by Nick; 03-27-2018 at 12:37 PM.

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    Ramps and stairs can also be really helpful in the home as well. If you have pets that come up on the bed/couch or if you have stairs that smaller dogs might have trouble negotiating.

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    There's no doubt your best friend's favorite place to hang out is by your side, whether you are on the couch, in bed, or taking a ride in the car. But for some dogs, sticking close to you can be challenging and even risky without the help of dog stairs or a dog ramp. If your dog has arthritis or joint pain, if you've noticed your dog making failed attempts to hop up on the furniture, or if you find yourself routinely hoisting him up to the bed or into the car, it could be time to get dog ramps or dog stairs to ensure your best friend can easily and safely reach the spots that make him happiest.

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    Whether traveling at home or on a car trip, slopes and stairs are a must, even if your dog has no joint disease. Because these tools are good for keeping your pet's joints away from potential damage.

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