Doggy Steps are portable, lightweight steps that fold and unfold. They enable your pet to climb up onto high surfaces without jumping. Pets of any age who are big or small, provided that they don't weigh more than 70 pounds, can climb these steps. The steps only weigh four pounds themselves, and when folded flat, they are only about five inches thick, so they can easily be stored when not in use. Since the paws of some pets tend to slip and slide as they climb things, each step within a set of Doggy Steps is covered in rubber. This will hold the paws in place and prevent slipping so your pet will have an easy climb without great risk of a fall.
Dogs of any age or size, plus cats who have difficulty jumping, can use the Doggy Steps to climb onto a bed, the couch, or any other elevated location. Although they have been designed for dogs, the steps are ideal for senior cats who find jumping difficult. Constant jumping onto furniture can stress out and injure the hips, joints, and legs of a pet, but using the Doggy Steps will reduce the risk of pain or injury. Besides using them within the home, you can also take the Doggy Steps on vacation, whether you'll be in a hotel, RV, or somewhere else.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Doggy Steps is $19.99 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $29.94.
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How It Works
Doggy Steps will enable your pet to climb up on a bed or couch without having to jump. Although the steps have been designed for dogs, senior cats and any other cats who have difficulty jumping can use them, too. When the steps need to be used, theyll just slide up and under a couch, bed, or any other piece of furniture. After youre done using them for the time being, they can be folded up into a small size and stored in a variety of places. Each step within every set of Doggy Steps is covered in rubber, so your pets wont slip and run the risk of injuring themselves as they use them.
On a daily basis, your dog or cat may want to frequently jump up on your bed, a couch, or even various chairs, but may find this difficult. Fortunately, when they use Doggy Steps, theyll find this much easier, and will be able to join you in your sitting or reclining place without a great deal of effort.
When you bring your pet along on a trip, they may have trouble jumping onto certain surfaces, too, but this is where Doggy Steps will come in handy. For instance, your pet can use them to climb into the backseat of a van, or to jump onto a hotel bed.
- For Virtually Any Pet
- Promote Healthiness Of Pets
- Give Pets Exercise
- Easy To Store
- Securely Lock In Place
Provided your pet doesnt weigh more than 70 pounds, the highest weight that the Doggy Steps can accommodate, they will be able to use the steps without issue. They are great for both the youngest pets who havent quite mastered the use of their legs yet, and seniors who are getting stiff.
Having to frequently jump onto high surfaces can cause pets pain in their muscles and joints, especially those within their legs. Therefore, using Doggy Steps will increase the chances that your pets body will stay healthier longer, as they wont have to jump frequently anymore.
Having your pet use the Doggy Steps is a better alternative to picking them up and placing them on a piece of furniture. While the pet wont have to jump when using the steps, theyll still get exercise from climbing, which will keep them fairly fit.
When the Doggy Steps are folded up, theyre only about five inches thick, and they weigh only four pounds, so they are easy to carry and store. In a closet or under the bed are ideal places, and when youre going on a trip, they will easily fold up to be stored virtually anywhere in your car.
After theyre set up, the Doggy Steps securely lock into place and remain open, so you wont have to worry about them collapsing as your pet uses them.
How its Different from Competitors
There are quite a few other varieties of pet steps out there, but a lot of these dont fold up like the Doggy Steps do. Therefore, they take up a fair amount of storage space. Furthermore, many of these step sets are much heavier than the Doggy Steps, so they can be a struggle to set up and take down.