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the wolfhound people all recommended Mr. Herzhers smart ramp so that is the one that I bought . Natalie did great with it... I bungee it in the back of the car and it is light weight and very stable for my 125 lb. wolfhound. I have been really pleased with it, we don't use it any longer as nats can get in and out herself now but it took a while.
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I balked at buying this but with our new, higher SUV, I took the advice of a friend with a huge great dane with joint issues, and bought the appropriate size for us. One of my very best pet tool investments!

Dog Steps, Dog Stairs, Dog Ramps from Pet Loader
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I balked at buying this but with our new, higher SUV, I took the advice of a friend with a huge great dane with joint issues, and bought the appropriate size for us. One of my very best pet tool investments!

Dog Steps, Dog Stairs, Dog Ramps from Pet Loader
Chance might even use that one. I really like it. Kind of pricey, though, but looks like it would be worth it. I'll have to start saving. Maybe in a few years I can afford one.
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We use the Mr. H. Smart Ramp. It does not sag and is pretty stable. It unfolds OK and folds back easily.
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I balked at buying this but with our new, higher SUV, I took the advice of a friend with a huge great dane with joint issues, and bought the appropriate size for us. One of my very best pet tool investments!

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I know it is an older post, but my friend has the pet gear one you mentioned. Works great for his 11yr old Flatcoat for their Toyota Venza.

He is a big boy, 92lbs.
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