Pet Steps And Ramps

For Puppies- Elderly dogs - Large Breed Dogs and Small Breed Dogs

Pet steps make life easier. They can even be necessary...

Nearly every breed of dog is prone to someday developing a joint condition. Genetics are the number one contributor, but there are several enviromental factors as well.

Obesity and everyday wear and tear can lead to many of the orthopedic problems that affect the mobility of our animals. The most common of these are joint diseases like...

  • Arthritis
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Elbow Dysplasia
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Legg-Calvé-Perthes Syndrome

    Accoding to The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals, 47.8% of pomeranians will develop patellar luxation and as many as 73.6% of bulldogs will develop hip dysplasia. Several breeds follow closely behind, (based on genetics alone).

    Unlike cats, most dogs aren't built for repeated jumping, just as humans were not. Consider yourself having to jump out of your car, down from your office chair or out of your bed every morning. After several years of this, your joints would be out of whack... and that is exactly what pet steps can help to prevent.

    It's a proven fact that a set of steps can help to save much of this wear and tear and even prevent the early onset of joint diseases in all breeds.

    If you plan to adopt a small, medium or large breed dog (or if you have one already), we hope you'll take the risks seriously and consider pet stairs...

    Even if you don't buy them here.

    You'll never regret the decision that could save the life (and joints) of the dog that loves you.

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