New Arrival - Royal Ramps Pet Ramps
We're super excited to now carry Royal Ramps Pet Ramps and Stairs. Theses high-quality, made in the USA ramps are designed to help your little dog reach higher places, like your sofa or bed. Both the ramps and stairs are made in the USA with high density foam. Ramps are sturdy, stable and at 3 to 16 lbs., very light.
Each ramp and stair is covered with an upholstery-grade suede fabric that is impermeable to stains. Pet stains and spills can be wiped off. Zippered covers can be removed for machine washing.
Pet ramps are great to have for dogs too small to jump up on your sofa or bed, and for senior dogs that don't quite have that spring in their step. Pet ramps and steps can also help prevent back injuries in dogs caused by jumping off beds or furniture.
Ramps and stairs are available in several sizes. Color options are Chocolate Suede or Oyster Suede. Learn more about Royal Ramps right here.
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