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Barkshire Pet Steps Ramp 20kg Weight Capacity

Barkshire Pet Steps & Ramp - 20kg Weight Capacity

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Perfect to help your four-legged friend reach a higher surface, the Barkshire Pet Steps can also convert into a ramp. These pet steps are really very handy and can be folded down to go in your car boot or under your bed. Now your pet can easily reach a bed or the inside of a vehicle. No more struggling for pets with short legs or pets suffering from arthritis!

Manufactured from quality fir and covered in plush carpeting, these steps are sturdy, comfortable and durable.

  • Weight capacity: 20kg.

Steps: L74 x W44.5 x H51cm
Folded: L88 x W44.5 x H10cm
Product Weight: 6.25kg

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My dog manages them . Third steps I have tried with him and they are the best
Problem sorted!
Di Bayliss
After checking out various steps for our dog Kiki to get onto our high bed, I found these .. they are brilliant as they are very versatile. We use the steps, but can be used as a ramp. A plus is that they fold down and can be stowed away. Great value for money and well made
Great product
Got this for my 12 yr old arthritic labrador to help him get onto the bed. Took him a few days to trust it but he loves it now. Cats think it's a scratch post and cat tree so a two for one product !
Fantastic product
My dog has arthritis and suffers from visual impairment and dementia - these steps have transformed her life. The carpet is a bonus too. A simple and clever solution!
Good value
Just waiting for my shitzu to use it he is not impressed he rather me to pick him up lol
I bought this for an old cat who is finding it difficult to jump. It's very stable when used in the staircase mode, very compact and the carpet is a nice touch too especially when it comes to getting a cat used to using it.
I have a 12yr old sprollie (springer x collie) who has developed arthritis in both hind knees so needed something to help her get on bed. The only problems i have had are that the first time she used it she caught her leg on bottom step which lifted and she fell over.We have added a bracket to stop this happening again. She will use it now going up but going down it seems steep but then living in a ground floor flat she isn't used to stairs. Sadly she tried to jump over it and has also damaged her cruciate ligament.
Good quality,well made.
This looked good on the site,just what I needed for one of my Cavaliers,but it stands to tall,and the treads overlap vertically which reduces the effectiveness of their width.My dog just will not use it at the moment.
Great item
Although first delivery was damaged ,on reporting and sending photo a replacement sent immediately, great customer service and a very well made item. Recommend
Great aid for an aging cat
Our 15 year old cat now has problems trying to jump onto our bed so I purchased these steps and she loves them. They are probably a little larger that strictly required but more than up to the job. The fact that they easily lay flat to form a ramp or for moving/storage is a big benefit. The fabric covered treads could be better quality as she likes to use them like her scratching boards, but not a problem if you're thinking of these for a dog. The fabric covering did encourage her to use the steps as she is wary of smooth surfaces. A great buy and we, and our cat, are delighted with them.
How heavy is this item? Thankyou.
The total weight of the steps is 6.25kgs. If I can be of any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.
I have a small Chihuahua and she has a problem getting up/down off my bed,which is 24 inches high. If the steps are over 5" high she cannot get up them due to her short legs Have you any suggestions.I would be most grateful. Thank you.
If you have a little space to spare, a small ramp might be your best bet.
my dog is a big. Labrador of 33 kg.Would the steps be ok for him? 20kg seems very little.
These are made for bigger dogs:
Do u stock steps suitable for newfoundland dog
Can you please confirm the weight of your newfoundland and I can check our website? If I can be of any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.
Would the Barkshire steps/ramp be suitable for a 34 kilo Labrador with a bit of arthritis.
Nope. The weight capacity for that one is only 20kg. You''ll need something with a higher weight capacity. Here''s one that would work:
Hello, are they suitable for a 28kg Labrador to use?
Nope, the weight capacity for that ramp is only 20kg. You''ll need steps or a ramp that will handle over 28kg. The weight capacity for each item is listed in the title:
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