Sunday, May 24, 2015

Review: Solvit PupSTEP Wood Pet Stairs from 1-800 PetMeds

Having an RV now, and traveling most times with Jakey, (our little Yorkie), we had come across the problem that the bed was quite high for him to jump up onto. We were always asking him if he wanted to go up there or would just have to put him up there at bedtime. But there was the worry that if he would get up there, and we weren't nearby, he'd try to jump off and hurt himself on the floor.
For this reason, anytime we went out, we'd have to remember to close off the door to the bedroom so he wouldn't be tempted to jump up on the bed.
I thought there has to be a better solution, so started searching for steps that he could use to get him up and down. I also was looking for steps that would also fold easy for storage, while traveling in the RV. 

Well, I found the Solvit PupSTEP Wood Pet Stairs from 1-800 PetMeds.

They are perfect. A must have for small dogs and cats for the home or those high RV beds. Also great for arthritic pets. Highly recommended. The steps even have carpeting on them, for added no slip protection for them.

How it works:

Solvit PupSTEP Wood Pet Stairs' solid wood construction includes a wooden brace to lock the stairs in place and built-in side rails to prevent sliding and other injuries. The large size has smaller step treads and is intended for small - medium sized pets. The extra large size is intended for larger pets and those needing access to higher levels.

Safely aids pets in ascending and descending
Folds flat for easy storage and portability
Solid wood construction with a walnut finish
Built-in side rails provide added protection
Large and extra large models available
No assembly required and supports up to 200 lbs

** Disclaimer: these pet steps were provided to me free for review, but the opinion in the post was my opinion and did not impact my review in any way.

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Doris Calvert said...

This would be great for our little dog who jumps to heights that are just crazy and the breed is known for bad back and legs from jumping, cool thanks.

Monique Fullowka said...

I'm not sure they ship to Canada- maybe- I know though that we had these shipped to us while we were in Branson this last time.

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