Pet Stairs by Pet Loader
stairs are a great way to help your senior or injured dog in getting in or out
of a car, bed, couch, etc...Dog steps are also great in preventing back injuries
for younger pets as the jump up or down from high places.The
stairs that pet loader have designed and produced have been specifically designed
with dogs in mind.
It is important to remember
that unlike humans, dogs are horizontal creatures, so as they walk or run or
jump they are exerting much more force onto all areas of their body compared
to us. Therefore if you can use a method which can help to reduce the amount
of pressure on their bodies, then you are helping your pet to lead an extremely
healthy and happy life well into old age.
The great thing about the
stairs that have been designed and produced by Pet Loader is that as your dog
walks up them the incline is very gentle which results in much less pressure
and stress being placed onto your dog's joints, muscles and ligaments especially
Also, you will find that
because of this gentle incline, they will be much more willing to use them.
In most cases, dogs will instinctively know how to use Pet Loader. Plus as all
the platforms (steps) within these pet stairs are level and wide then this provides
your dog with further confidence that they will be stable for them to use and
so they are going to be much less anxious or stressed when they do use them.
Although you could make
your own set of pet stairs for you to help your dog gain access to your vehicle,
you would not be able to take them with you as they would take up far too much
room in the vehicle. However with the Pet Loader pet stairs, you will soon discover
that they fold down into a very compact unit and so can be easily loaded into
the vehicle (they weigh less than a bag of dog food) and so where your dog goes
they can go as well.
In the future Pet Loader
will save you money as you will not have to face the cost of providing your
dog with expensive medical treatment because they are having problems with their
joints etc. from long term jumping injuries.