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Gen7Pets Relaunches Natural-Step Comfort Ramp for Dogs


July 12, 2018

Gen7Pets, makers of secure, stylish products ideal for pet travel and movement, is relaunching its Natural-Step Comfort Ramp for dogs. Designed for rugged durability, ease of use and optimum functionality, the Natural-Step Ramp provides numerous benefits for both you and your pet.

Whether a dog is reaching its senior years, recuperating from an injury, or is too heavy to lift in and out of a vehicle, a ramp could be a helpful tool. Puppies can benefit from a dog ramp as well. If your pup is of a breed known to have a genetic-based joint issue, taking stress off of their body by utilizing a dog ramp early on in their life can help prevent genetic-based injuries.

Constantly lifting a dog into a car, minivan, SUV or truck will add strain to an owners’ backs and could jeopardize their health as well.

The Gen7Pets Natural-Step Comfort Ramp, which has a maximum weight capacity of 250 pounds, has a natural design and functionality. The poly-grass allows the dog to get a grip and feel secure while walking up the soft surface that will not scratch its paw pads. The grass is also soft to the touch for the pet parent and will not scuff or scratch interiors of a vehicle.

It is lightweight, making it simple to open and fold. The soft rubber-grip handle makes carrying the ramp comfortable, and the automatic locking latch secures the ramp closed so there will be no accidental unfolding of the ramp. Thanks to the compact fold, the Natural-Step Ramp can be easily stored in the back of a vehicle, in a closet or under the bed for quick and convenient storage.

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