Does your dog have a tendency to jump when excited? I'm going to guess the answer is yes. Dogs of all sizes and breed have a natural instinct to jump. After all, this is a component used in the wild to catch their prey. While jumping is usually harmless, there are circumstances in which it can lead to adverse health problems. To learn more about the problems associated with jumping and how to stop it, keep reading.
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We've received all kinds of letters and emails from happy Puppy Stairs customers. Plus we've received endorsements from several leading veterinarians.
The main reason is, our products are designed to help all types of pets get up on the bed and sofa to snuggle with their owners. Our many pet bed ramp and step configurations provide comfortable access for older dogs and cats, and those with medical conditions such as arthritis or post-surgery recovery.