Small, older and disabled pets will love our Pet Steps, and you'll appreciate the furniture-quality craftsmanship. The solid wood frame has a rich mahogany finish that coordinates with almost any decor. Carpeted treads prevent slipping; no-mar pads protect floors.
Two-Step version is for chairs and sofas; Three-Step is for beds up to 32"H. Assembly required.
Pet steps Wood construction Carpeted to prevent slipping 2 and 3 step versions available
Sizes 2-Step 16"D x 14"H x 18"W 3-Step 24"D x 21"H x 18"W
Shipping Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
3-Step Pet Step
2-Step Wooden Carpeted Pet Steps Help Pets On And Off Furniture
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Comments about Product: Our dog figured out right away that the steps would help him climb onto my husband's chair whenever he wants! They look nice in our living room, like a piece of furniture. One board was cracked upon arrival, which was a disappointment, but we kept it anyway since it wasn't noticed until we were half done assembling. Overall - a good product.
Very pleased with quality
Comments about Product: Our Yorkies have a difficult time jumping on bed. They started using them right away. Very sturdy and well made. Not only useful but very attractive.
A great purchase!
Comments about Product: We have had the 3 step stairs/ramp for aprox 3 years. They are positioned for our 80 lb lab to climb up onto a high bed. She has used them daily, and never thought of jumping up or down after the first use of the stairs! They are very well made, attractive and sturdy, and would last a lifetime. She prefers the stairs to the ramp; and we have no worries about a now 12 1/2 year old friend falling or hurting herself. They may seem expensive, but worth every penny!
Helpful & Appreciated
Comments about Product: My 33 lb dog has a bad back so I got these steps to discourage him from extra jumping. They've been perfect! He took to them right away - both up and down. Finding good sturdy steps for a 30+ lb dog that didn't look tacky and didn't cost a fortune was difficult. These were a great Christmas gift from Santa Paws!
Older dog's best friend
Comments about Product: These have been a the greatest help. My dog can no longer jump up on the bed herself and if she has to go out at night (through her doggie door) I no longer get woken up by her whining to get back on the bed. Yipee.
They are nice looking and the carpet runners are a real plus. I don't know that she would have been as willing to use them if the treads had been slippery.
Comments about Product: My dog uses it everyday, it is very sturdy and I have nothing but good comments about this product[...].I will recommend this product to anybody.
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