Does your dog scratch and/or chew their tail uncontrollably? Most owners turn their head at this type of behavior, assuming it's normal for canines. After all aren't dogs supposed to groom themselves? There's a fine line between self-grooming and scratching/chewing to the point where it causes open wounds. If the latter happens, it can place your dog at risk for infection and other forms of transmissible illness.
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Scratching is an instinctual behavior that's shared by all members of the feline family, including domestic cats. In the wild, scratching is harmless enough, but in the home it can result in shredded couches, sofas, recliners, beds and practically any other fabric-based item. So, how do you stop cats from scratching your furniture?
Pet ramps help dogs and cats of all sizes and ages lead safer, happier, healthier lives. At PuppyStairs.com, we've developed five different lines of pet ramps which help prevent injuries and promote healing.
Our top-selling Economy Line is ideal for pet owners on a budget and includes short ramps, extended ramps, one-step, two-step and three-step foam staircases and individual cubes that give your dog or cat a safe, soft place to land. All products in the Economy Line come in taupe, an inviting neutral shade that matches any décor style, and include removable and machine-washable polyester covers.