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3 Step Carpeted Stairs

3 Step Carpeted Stairs
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Solid, durable wood stairs are covered in thick, luxurious carpet
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USA-made stairs support up to 180 lbs
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Stairs come in assorted neutral colors to blend in any home
Made in the USA

Quality pet stairs aren't just a way to help dogs up to their favorite beds and elevated perches. They are also a long-lasting furniture item upon which your dog can play and lounge. 3 Step Carpeted Stairs offer durable wood construction (pressed wood base and wood step supports) covered in thick, luxurious carpet. All components, as well as the assembled stairs, are made in the USA. No assembly is required. Simply enjoy these steps right out of the box. Assorted neutral colors (not necessarily as shown in photo).

Stairs weigh: 25 lbs
Steps measure: 15.25" x 8.5", Rise is approximately 6" between stairs
Overall: 15.25" x 22 x 19.5" high

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Please note: This item ships directly from manufacturer. Please allow up to 10 working days for delivery.

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Caring for your 3 Step Stairs
Vacuum pet hair with the hand attachment of your vacuum, or remove with a sticky tape roller. When soiled, spot clean carpeted surfaces with a pet-formulated stain remover like CleanAway.
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