Pet Classics offers one-piece, extendable (telescoping), and folding Dog Ramps for vehicles and outdoor applications.
The 6 ft, 7 ft and 8 ft models all fold in half for ease of transport and storage. There is also a solid, one-piece 36" long model; the shortest of our outdoor dog ramps.
Initially, there were very few dog ramps suitable for the rigor of outdoor use and inclement weather and they only came in one length. In recent years, however, the number of styles and, more importantly, the number of length options have increased considerably.
Outdoor Dog Ramps - Pet Classics
Indoor & Outdoor Dog Ramps-Steps - Handicapped Pets
Our Outdoor Dog Ramps are lightweight and portable. They make fantastic aids for helping your pet into a vehicle. Our weather-resistant aluminum dog ramps are perfect for outdoor steps such as decks or porch landings. Try our ″" Tutorial.Simple, lightweight outdoor dog ramps have turned out to be a major convenience, not only for our beloved pets, but also for us. They can be used for many applications, such as:Watching your sweet pup struggle to get up the stairs or climb in your car isn't fun, but picking up a heavy dog can be dangerous for both of you. Building an outdoor pet ramp lets her retain her independence while you keep back pain at bay.As with large ramps, you want to make sure it has secure footing so your dog will be safe in wet or dry weather with no slipping, sliding, or bouncing. Many ramps, such as the one shown, provide footing using the same material as OSHA requires for pedestrian safety! This means your dog will feel truly confident on an outdoor/indoor dog ramp.This woodworking project was about dog ramp plans. If you want to see more outdoor plans, we recommend you to check out the rest of our step by step projects. LIKE us on Facebook and Google + to be the first that gets out latest projects.The wood ramp has a slick surface and when rain soaked it becomes very slippery, so just like the , I decided to finish this one off with an outdoor carpeted rubber runner to give the dogs better traction. This was the only part that I didn’t have on hand, so after a quick trip to the hardware store I was able to finish off the project.