small dog syndrome was coined as a result of small sized dogs exhibiting certain behaviors
Sometimes our dogs need a little assistance - perhaps they're too small, short, elderly, injured or just not that graceful and as a result you're looking for some dog stairs so your dog has better access to the couch, bed or some other higher level. We've noticed a lot of really unattractive and poor quality dog stairs on the market, so we decided to search for some stylish options that we think our Dogsized fans will enjoy.
1. Convertible Ramp and Steps - in One
The innovative design of these dog ramp steps by Pet Studio converts dog steps into an easy-to-use ramp. So depending on what your dog prefers you have either dog steps or a dog ramp and it also folds flat for storage. It's covered with soft, non-slip, easy to clean carpeting and comes in various finishes from cherry to mahogany.
We can't resist the modern design of these dog stairs by Pets Stop. While they are sleek, they are not slick, as there is a non-slip sand coating on steps to give your dog secure footing. They're made of beautiful, real maple wood mounted on a wrought iron frame and there are plastic non-skid tips at the bottom to protect your floors.
3. Dog Stairs with Storage
We just love a multi-functional piece of furniture and also looks great. These designer dog stairs with storage are built from eco-friendly hardwood and have a furniture-quality finish. The steps are carpeted to provide quiet footing and prevent your dog from slipping. It's available in a mahogany and espresso color.
4. Folding Dog Car Steps
This pet ramp is made of high quality aluminum and 1680D oxford fabric,which is strong,stable and sturdy enough, the weight is only 12 lbs, but durable enough for 200 lbs large dogs.
5. Carpeted Pet Steps
These solid hardwood dog stairs are perfect for smaller dogs and stable enough for even the largest breeds (supports over 300lbs). The carpeted steps gives your dog better grip and are quiet. These Premier Pet Steps will provide your dog with easy access and relieve stress on your dog's back and joints.
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