Spoil your aging canines with any of these stairlifts for dogs. These items help ailing and injured dogs to climb the steps, the couch, or the bed.
Most of these stairlifts for dogs fit medium to large pets, with average staircase measurement of about 28 inches in length, 18 inches in width, and 25 inches in height.
Most of the designs are lightweight at about 10.6 pounds but can carry dogs as heavy as 200 pounds.
These stairlifts are easy to store when not in use. They are easy to clean with water and soap.
For added security, some designs come with built-in rails and non-skid feet that help pets feel safe when going up and down the stairs.
There are types with carpets that you can remove easily for washing or vacuuming.
Aside from the standard staircase design, we found this accordion-style folding pet stair. You can adjust this depending on how high your dogs are going to climb.
The dog pulley for stairs is ideal for senior or injured pets to climb into the car or onto furniture.
This type of stairlift for dogs can support large dog breeds. The ladder has high-quality metal support and plastic board inside of the steps.
The latter prevents the stairs from sagging even for long-term use. The cardboard ensures that the steps can endure the weight of average dog sizes to the giant dog breeds.
The accordion-style folding pet stair has a rubber coating surface to prevent pets from slipping during climbing. Most of these dog pulleys come with a quick-connect carabiner for quick connection to the back of your vehicle.
Note, however, to doublecheck if you’re getting a back seat side entry design if you prefer such type.
For really aged dogs or those with injuries that prevent them from moving, you may want to choose the dog stair carrier instead.
Instead of the stairlift for dogs, this product works like a leash that makes it easier for the owners to lift their dogs when climbing the stairs, bed, or car.
Dog experts recommend this dog stair carrier leash for pets that we can no longer force to walk fast, especially the pets that developed arthritis.