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Stairs support up to 120 lbs & features carpeted threads for added traction. -johnny_miller

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4 star rated on Amazon with 246 reviews, $44.95 is the lowest on internet besides this deal. Seems to be a great deal.

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Yeah its just so much easier on dogs not having to jump up or esp off beds.

My dog got old and had bad hips. She shuffled around so I made a little ramp out of wood and put some carpet on it (attached). Made it so much easier for her.

Might snag this up to have one on the other side of the bed.
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My dog has been using the stairs for years. I have a tiny dog and a high bed. She never had issues jumping up on the bed, but I was afraid of her braking a paw when she jumped down from it.
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tried these, but my dog prefers the foam stairs Smilie
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tried these, but my dog prefers the foam stairs https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Never messed with the dog stairs before, but my dog is now 9 years old and definitely slowing down. Wal-Mart has a simple return policy if I have any issues.
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Never messed with the dog stairs before, but my dog is now 9 years old and definitely slowing down. Wal-Mart has a simple return policy if I have any issues.
My dog has been using the stairs for years. I have a tiny dog and a high bed. She never had issues jumping up on the bed, but I was afraid of her braking a paw when she jumped down from it.
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tried these, but my dog prefers the foam stairs https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Do you have ones you recommend?
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Yeah its just so much easier on dogs not having to jump up or esp off beds.

My dog got old and had bad hips. She shuffled around so I made a little ramp out of wood and put some carpet on it (attached). Made it so much easier for her.

Might snag this up to have one on the other side of the bed.
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Yeah its just so much easier on dogs not having to jump up or esp off beds.

My dog got old and had bad hips. She shuffled around so I made a little ramp out of wood and put some carpet on it (attached). Made it so much easier for her.

Might snag this up to have one on the other side of the bed.
Very cool! I'm sure the dog appreciates it.
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great for toddlers, too!
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Do you have ones you recommend?
I have something similar to these https://www.amazon.com/I-sport-Co...dog+stairs I got them from the local "Home Goods" at around $30. Don't remember the brand, but I'll check when I get home.

Mine are ModDawgs brand. The stairs are on this page: http://www.moddawgs.com/beds/
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You guys should check out Chewy.com

They give out $15 off coupons if you sign up with your email and I believe their autoship gives you 15% off.. I usually get my dog food from there. Got a huge bag of Merrick for around $30. They are by far the best around for dog/cat related items.. amazing people, too.
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I have the SolveIt version from Amazon that has worked well for me and my 50lbs dog. I have a high bed and he likes jumping off, but I also have slippery wooden floors, and the combination wasn't good. He picked up on how to use them pretty quickly.
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I have the SolveIt version from Amazon that has worked well for me and my 50lbs dog. I have a high bed and he likes jumping off, but I also have slippery wooden floors, and the combination wasn't good. He picked up on how to use them pretty quickly.
The Solvelt version looks like a very similar product to these
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I have the petco version of these for the last 8 years for my 10lb dog. It has cracked a bit frim a lot of falls when I have it folded and leaning, but what a great value and great stairs for a smaller dog.
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The Solvelt version looks like a very similar product to these
Indeed. I'd say they are basically the same. The only issue I have with mine is that it tends to slide on my hardwood floor, especially since my dog is pretty heavy. The stairs also have felt on them, which helps with traction for the dogs, but also collects fur like crazy. I've solved this by placing a small IKEA rug under the stairs, and I vacuum them about once a week. Very happy with my purchase, because my dog would definitely break his leg one day, hopping off the bed.
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