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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.

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

4.6/5
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(5/5)
Great product
Bought 2 different style stairs for my dog from amazon and I can say this one is the winner! Super happy with it though my dog doesn’t like to use ( she prefer to be carried. But as the dog stairs this is very well built looks great and good size !
(5/5)
Sturdy product but just no good for my dog.
The Dog’s Mother
This is a well built set of steps & pretty good value for money really. I bought this for my mini dachshund who is just a tiny pup but its just too big on the step depth for him even when he reaches full size. Was hoping he could use it to get on the sofa but will keep lifting him up & down. I have rated it highly though as I think it is a great product for slightly larger dogs than mine.
(5/5)
Just the job.
colwh7587_qlcajss
Our Jackadoodle is now 12 and struggles to get onto our bed, her new steps are "just the job.
(5/5)
Purchased for our dog who has trouble jumping up on bed and he now loves this
Ireneanne
Our Cavalier King Charles is on medication for his seizures and was finding it difficult to jump on the bed. Purchased this and it is very sturdy. However at first he wasn't interested but after tempting him with treats he soon got the hang of the stairs. He now uses this regularly to go up and down.
(5/5)
No more feeling like a yo-yo
Phil sandercock
Claire my partner got me a dog as I have a terminal illness so 4yrs ago we got this little bundle and named her willow. So now at the age of 4 and over weight she had trouble jumping on my bed for cuddles. Then i stumbled across these little beauty. At first she Wouldn't use it but after prompts. Voila she can get up and down by herself. She's a larky dad yorkie mum lasso so little but smaller then a westie. Build quality is A1 easy to put up they fold the away nicely and you can use it as a ramp. This will be the best £29.99 you'll spend
(5/5)
Heavier than i Thought but
Lyn
My judgement of what weight will be is rubbish. But it is really well made it seems and he is happy to use it which is great.
(5/5)
Well made
Vicky
I bought these steps for my very anxious rescue dog to help him get into the car (his legs are too short to jump in by himself.) They were to replace some plastic steps I bought elsewhere, that unfortunately were badly made and collapsed underneath him, really setting him back with his anxiety. These ones, however, are really sturdy and well made. They are very stable under foot, and after lots of encouragement Baxter now feels safe using them. The carpet gives him good grip, and I feel confident they won't collapse or wobble when he's using them. They're not the lightest, but definitely manageable and they fit easily in my hatchback when folded. I'm very happy with them and wish I'd gone for these in the first place!
(5/5)
Good scratching post!
Beth
Unfortunately, both cats are indifferent to using the steps for the purpose for which they were designed but do find the carpeted steps to be ideal for scratching. Never mind, the steps are in the garage and as and when either of my cats feels a little stiff and weary we will try the steps again!
(5/5)
Ideal for job.
Sue
Very well made product. Sturdy and stable. My dog weighs 28 kg. Took couple of days for dog to get used to it but fine now. Product heavier than I expected, but very good.
(5/5)
Margaret
My dog manages them . Third steps I have tried with him and they are the best
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. https://www.petplanet.co.uk/product.asp?dept_id=569&pf_id=62872 https://www.petplanet.co.uk/product.asp?dept_id=569&pf_id=70130
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: https://www.petplanet.co.uk/product.asp?dept_id=5844&pf_id=68252 https://www.petplanet.co.uk/product.asp?dept_id=569&pf_id=7064
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: https://www.petplanet.co.uk/product.asp?dept_id=5844&pf_id=68252
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: https://www.petplanet.co.uk/category.asp?dept_id=569
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