Pet Gear Travel Lite Bi-Fold Full Ramp for cats and dogs up to 150 pounds, 66-inch, Black/Blue

Pet Gear Travel Lite Bi-Fold Full Ramp for cats and dogs up to 150 pounds, 66-inch, Black/Blue

Pet Gear Travel Lite Bi-Fold Full Ramp for cats and dogs up to 150 pounds, 66-inch, Black/Blue

  • Slip resistant surface provides sure footing
  • Easy fold for compact storage
  • Built in handle for portability
  • Rubber grippers on bottom help keep ramp steady
  • Measures 66 x 16 x 4-inches; for pets up 150-pounds

The Pet Tri-Fold Pet Ramp allows your dog easy access into your vehicle or other hard to reach places. The tread is skid-resistant even when wet to keep your pet steady. The bottom of the ramp has rubber grippers to maintain its position. The Tri-Fold design reduces storage space and has a carry handle for easy transportation. Ideal for pets up to 150-pounds.

Pet Gear Travel Lite Bi-Fold Full Ramp for cats and dogs up to 150 pounds, 66-inch, Black/Blue

List Price: $ 80.99

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    • Mary
    • December 21, 2011
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Pet Gear Travel Lite Half Ramp, January 30, 2011
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    Mary

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    This is a very strong and durable product which easily accomodates my older 80 pound dog. He is ramp trained and really gets a good grip, even when wet, since the surface is very gritty and it appears it will not wear off anytime soon. It folds in half and has a lock to keep it folded. We are using it on the side door sill of my 2007 Honda CR-V and I am very pleased with this purchase. The delivery time was excellent. This ramp would not be long enough, in my opinion, to use on the rear hatch door sill, especially on a larger SUV – order the longer one for that purpose so that the incline is gentler and easier on the joints when comimg down.

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    • JBM
    • December 21, 2011
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    JMBTrio, May 19, 2010
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    JBM (Baltimore, MD USA) –

    My senior dogs are ages 11 and 12. They ride in the back seat of my SUV and while they can still hop up into the backseat, after a lot of activity they need a rear end boost from me to get in the SUV. I finally decided to get a ramp after one of my dogs had surgery. With more vet visits on the horizon I need an gentler way for him to get in/out of the car.

    I purchased the 42″ half ramp because my dogs enter my Xterra from the side door – the height is not as tall as the rear hatch entry and thusly I would not need the longer 72″ length of the full ramp. I chose the “Travel Lite Bi-fold Half Ramp” vs the “Bi-fold Half Ramp” because it was several inches narrower and weighed a few pounds less. In all photos I’ve seen of this ramp in use, it seems as if it were made for minivans with their wide door entry. I was worried that I may not be able to use the half ramp because the door opening of my SUV may not open wide enough, also the tire well cuts into the flat level surface in the doorframe upon which to lean the ramp. Turns out I have 2 places to use the ramp successfully… the ramp works perfectly when placed on the running boards of the truck. And I could also use the front passenger side with no problem as the door opens just wide enough to lean the ramp. The dogs have no problem entering or exiting the vehicle using the ramp.

    The ramp is sturdy and rugged and the non slip surface is very very gritty. It’s definitely a toothy surface that a dog will not slip on… I think that even in the rain, the surface would remain non- slip. It’s a bit heavier than I anticipated, but I think it needs to be to safely support weight. One small gripe is that I do feel that the integrated handle could be designed better for a more secure grip when carrying. I am very pleased with my purchase and was happily surprised when Amazon delivered it the next day as opposed to 2-day.

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    • dixieraven
    • December 21, 2011
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Happy Dog, October 4, 2010
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    This review is from: Pet Gear Travel Lite Bi-Fold Full Ramp for cats and dogs up to 150 pounds, 66-inch, Black/Blue (Misc.)

    This ramp was the real answer for us, I was lifting my 80lb lab into the car twice a day to go for walks. Now she is able to walk right up and into the back seat. She is very comfortable with the ramp and seems to enjoy the new independence it has provided her. You do need to closely supervise because it is narrow, it works for us because the door is on one side and I’m on the other. I have no complaints, I wish I had purchased it earlier.

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