The Happy Ride Telescoping Dog Ramp gives your dog freedom to walk in and out of your car, truck or SUV all by himself (so you can save your energy for the adventures you’ll take together).
Customize the length of the ramp, based on the size of your vehicle, by extending it anywhere from 39-72 inches. You can conveniently store your ramp by simply sliding it in and locking it with the safety latch to prevent it from opening while you are traveling in the car.
Although light, the strong, durable aluminum ramp can support your largest dog up to 400 pounds. Your pet deserves the best. Trust PetSafe to help keep your pet healthy, safe, and happy.
Easily slides down and locks with the safety latch for storage
Extends from 39 - 72 in long to fit your vehicle
High-traction surface and side rails keep your furry friend from slipping
Independently tested and rated to support the largest pets up to 400 pounds
Weighs only 13 pounds so you can easily lift in and out of the car between stops
Collapses down to 39 in long
Measures 39 - 72 in L X 17 in W X 4 in H
Formerly Solvit brand; packaging may vary
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