Our pets are affected by some of the same diseases as their owners. We are usually quite surprised when that disease is glaucoma and takes the sight of our precious companions at such a relatively early age. More common in our feline friends, it is known in the canine world, as well. Caught in its early stages, cats can be helped with eye drops, a nutritious diet and ongoing monitoring of the condition. With limited vision, sometimes due to genetic influences, cats and dogs both benefit greatly when they are introduced to pet ramps and puppy stairs for a greater sense of freedom and security of movement.
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- How to Teach Your Dog to Use Ramps or Stairs
Congratulations on your decision to invest in Puppy Stairs or Ramps! These versatile accessories will allow your dog (or cat) to reach elevated surfaces within your home, such as the bed or couch. Instead of jumping, which can lead to early arthritis and hip problems, dogs can access elevates surfaces simply by walking up and down. But how exactly do you teach a dog to use ramps or stairs?