PetSTEP Folding Pet Ramp Customer Reviews
19 Customer Reviews
Traveling with your best friend is a breeze with the PetSTEP. Whether your little dog can’t make the big leap or you have an aging pet that needs a little assistance, carrying a dog ramp in your vehicle is a great solution. The PetSTEP Folding Pet Ramp provides nearly 6 feet of treaded non-slip surface to help your dog (or other large pet) climb in or out of your vehicle. And, when you’re done using it, you can fold the PetSTEP Ramp in half for quick storage.
Because it’s lightweight and portable, the PetSTEP can be used any number of places off your vehicle. Check out the optional accessories that make it possible to work with boats, pools or grooming tables—anywhere you want to take your best friend! Plus, the polypropylene synthetic material stands up to years of use.
Most dogs take to the ramp right away because it saves energy; others may need a few biscuits to learn their new dog ramp is their pal. Either way, your best friend will thank you for the help and your back will thank you for saving strain. Your PetSTEP Folding Pet Ramp carries a 1-year warranty.
19 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Don Y (San Diego, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota RAV4 — Jul 16, 2012 10:36 PM
Found the ramp to be too heavy and long for our smaller SUV. Was not easy for my wife to unfold and place the long, heavier ramp in position. Going to exchange for the half ramp. Good quality, sturdy ramp...just not for us.
Reviewed by Steven F (Roy, WA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-350 — Mar 09, 2012 9:46 PM
new truck, the dog's space changed from the back seat to the camper shell. I didn't want my rottie to be jumping in and out of the bed, so I purchased the ramp. It is easy use and it only took 3 guided attempts for both dogs to use the ramp. They still want to jump but are using the ramp easier every time.
Reviewed by Dennis B (Strongsville, OH) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota RAV4 — Jan 06, 2012 3:04 PM
After reading reviews about other products being flimsy I decided to go with the PetSTEP Pet Ramp and I am happy that I did. Our aging Golden Retriever has been having problems here and there hopping into my girlfriends RAV4 and we needed an easy fix. The PetSTEP is a sturdy ramp that makes getting Buster in and out a snap. I got him used to climbing it by leaving it between my sunken family room and the kitchen. It doensnt wobble and shake or bend very much at all. It came in about 4 days, was packed nice and had no defects whatsoever.
Reviewed by James M (Leadville, CO) Reviewed for a 2012 Cadillac SRX — Jan 03, 2012 9:43 AM
Pet ramp not as advertised - advertised as 10" wide picture did not look 10" wide and it is more like 18-20" wide. Well built product however overall not real satisfied as this is just to large to deal with.
Reviewed by Alan K (Los Angeles, CA) — Oct 11, 2011 1:34 PM
The pet ramp is exactly what it says it is--however, beware of things that you chose. The product is a "9" or "10" on every feature. BUT BEWARE - it is cumbersome to take out and return to your vehicle. In addition, it takes up room in your vehicle--for a vehicle smaller than a cross-over I would highly recomend against this product. If anyone wants mine--I will sell it to you a fair market price.
Reviewed by Michael F (Waukegan, IL) — Sep 29, 2011 8:24 PM
Our 90 pound, 10 year old AmStaff got to the point of needing help getting in and out of our Tahoe SUV. The ramp provided an excellent solution, far better than lifting him. He trained to it in short order. Well built. Nice surface for the pet. I would point out to potential customers that the hinge is a pinch point and unfriendly to digits placed inattentively in harms way when unfolding. Pay attention; I surely shall from now on.
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Asked by Anonymous
Oct 29, 2013 12:31 PM
What is the maximum # dog this ramp will support
Answered by Nathan S. — Oct 30, 2013 8:26 AM
Hi, PetSTEP states "Whether your dog is 10lbs or 200lbs, nothing can beat a PetSTEP dog ramp for safety, stability and durability." I think it can handle the weight of most dogs.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Feb 26, 2013 11:30 AM
How much does the ramp weigh?
Answered by Nathan S. — Feb 28, 2013 9:32 AM
Hi, The ramp weighs 18.5lbsflag Accept Answer