Pet Gear Large Free-Standing Step|Ramps & Stairs for Dogs
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Pet Gear Large Free-Standing Step

Pet Gear Large Free-Standing Step
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Helps larger dogs into and out of vehicles easily
Free-standing design doesn't have to be tethered to car bumper like ramps do
Extra sturdy design holds up to 350 lbs!

A great alternative to traditional pet ramps, which require connection to a car bumper. This freestanding step is ideal for large-breed dogs and features two extra-large platforms. Ideal for helping large-breed dogs into and out of vehicles or gaining access to hard-to-reach places. These stairs are extra sturdy and can hold up to 350 lbs.

Raised edges and soft carpet treads provide sure footing for your pet and are removable for easy cleaning. Rubberized bottom grippers ensure secure placement on the ground. Fold-down design stores compactly in your vehicle and home. Plastic steps with metal braces are 19.25" wide x 60" long x 23" high. Color as shown.

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Clean plastic using a soft cloth and mild soap/water solution. Allow cleaned area to dry completely before pet use. To clean the carpeted treads, simply undo the self-fastening strips and machine wash. Dry thoroughly before re-attaching to the steps.

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