Rio is an outside dog and does not like smooth surfaces, like flooring. Seems like the ramps have minimal texture for grip.We used steps but I ended up having to help with the back legs at times. Are the ramps too steep maybe? Our dog had arthritis. Somedays no problem,e other days just too hard.
I actually made my own. Put roofing shingles on the steps. Great traction even when wet. I dunno its thats the best way but worked good for my dog.Rio is an outside dog and does not like smooth surfaces, like flooring. Seems like the ramps have minimal texture for grip.
Saw a Weatherguard ad for ramps with a step in middle. Open plastic web like milk crates.
I’ve got the same one for my Great Dane to get in my F250. We love it. It’s lifted 5” and he rides in the seat so it’s over four feet up. He’s still young and has jumped in but we didn’t like him jumping down and after a day of playing can’t jump that high. At 160lbs there is no lifting him in. I lay it on the floorboard cause it’s more stable and less steep. He just steps up on the seat at the top of the ramp.I ordered one of the petsafe models from chewy. Should be here today.
I have wood ramps for the truck already,this should be easier to deal with around the seat.