Ramps and stairs come in these big brown boxes but don’t be scared! The boxes weigh under twenty pounds! That’s right, they are lightweight because they are made out of high density, industrial grade foam!
My GBGV Life received the Royal Ramps ramp and stairs in this post to review. My GBGV Life receives no additional benefits for barking about Royal Ramps products or the company. The opinions in this review are the honest opinion of My GBGV Life. Royal Ramps is not responsible for the contents of this post.
Many pups jump on and off chairs, couches, beds, and other furniture, but even for younger dogs this can be risky. Jumping can lead to joint or back problems in dogs. As dogs age, they are not able to jump as they did when they were younger which makes ramps and stairs a wonderful tool to help them get up onto the furniture where they are allowed. For my sisters, the ramp and stairs were simply fun to run up and down! There are many reasons why you may want ramp and stairs for your dog! What are these Royal Ramps?
High quality ramps and stairs!
Royal ramps makes high quality products! Some of the key feature we love are:
- Royal Ramps are made in USA with high quality materials
- Industrial grade high density foam make their products light weight, yet durable
- Pets up to around 75 lbs should have no problem using these foam products
- Sturdy hand sewn covers have zippers and can be removed to be washed
- The covers are made from high grade upholstery fabric which is impervious to stains
- Royal Ramps are acclaimed by Veterinarians
Which products did I receive?
Royal Ramps sent me the 21″, two piece pet ramp in Oyster Suede, and the 21″ tall three step pet stairs also in Oyster Suede. Depending on what you need a ramp or stairs for, you can adjust their positioning against the furniture, and decide how many of the pieces you need for the correct height. We love both products and think they are perfect for a dog who needs assistance!
Features of the 2 piece ramp!
First of all, it is a two piece set. When used together, super strong Velcro fuses the pieces together.
If you don’t need the full 21″ height, the shorter end can be used alone as I am demonstrating to get onto my footstool. The fabric is not slippery at all and actually seems to help my paws grip as I climbed up.
Perhaps you have a taller piece of furniture? Simply stick the two ramp pieces together and you have a longer and taller ramp to get your dog onto the furniture. I’m not an agility dog like my sisters, and I have no “formal” ramp training, but at ten years old, this ramp was no problem for me to climb.
Features of the 3 step pet stairs!
Little Miss Madison tried putting two of the steps together to get onto the guest bed. It was just the right height for the bed, and for Madison who is a short legged puppy!
For the bed she sleeps in at night, she needed all three steps put together. Just as with the two piece ramp, the pieces are held together with strong Velcro.
Easy to clean!
When we took these out of their boxes, Mom was immediately concerned about them getting dirty or stained, but those fears are unfounded! Each piece has a fabric cover which can easily be removed using the zipper. The covers can then be machine washed and air dried. For small stains, pet stains, soda, and even red wine, simply use some soap and luke warm water to rub off the stain! With pets, you need a product like this that is easy to keep clean!
How to get your own ramp or stairs!
You can visit the Royal Ramps site to order your own ramp or stairs. Ramps and stairs come in several colors and they have other options which we didn’t receive. The ramp we received sells for $246.99, and the stairs $287.99.
If you are lucky, you can win the products we received by entering through the giveaway widget below! Although we love these items, we don’t have a use for them as we are not allowed on the furniture, and Mom lifts us in and out of bed. We only used the ramp and stairs for testing and photos, so I will box them up and ship them out to the winners. There will be two winners, one for the ramp, one for the stairs. If the widget is acting up, click here for the link. Good luck!