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What is the Pet Gear Travel-Lite Tri-Fold Dog Ramp?

The Pet Gear Travel-Lite Tri-Fold Dog Ramp is an ideal pet accessory to help your dog or cat climb in and out of cars, SUVs, trucks, and vans. It measures 71 inches in length, and the security straps help to keep the pet ramp stable when used in the trunk/rear loading area. Although dog ramps are often used to help senior or arthritic pets, they can also be used to help younger pets reduce the risk of developing arthritis.

For:

Dogs and Cats (200 lbs and under)

Other Dog Ramps Also Available:

Indoor Pet Ramp

Benefits:
  • Great for all pets, but especially helpful for pets that are senior, arthritic, or have recently had surgery.
  • Bottom grips help to prevent ramp from slipping.
  • Security strap secures the positioning of the ramp onto the loading deck of trucks, SUVs, or vans (using the metal hook).
  • Emery board treading helps prevent slipping if the pet ramp becomes wet.
  • Compact design makes storage easy.
  • Ramp stays securely folded with the use of the side locking latch.
  • Easy to carry with attached handle (when folded).
How it works:

Pet ramps like the Pet Gear Travel-Lite Tri-Fold Dog Ramp can be used to help your pet climb in and out of your car, SUV, or truck, or the ramps can also be used to get up onto elevated furniture such as a sofa or bed. No assembly required. Simply unfold and set the ramp in place.

How to Use
Directions:
  • Unfold the Dog Ramp and place on a firm surface with carpeted mats facing up.
  • Watch for pinch points while unfolding the pet ramp.
  • Be sure the ramp is secure and all four corners are supported before allowing your pet onto the ramp.
Tip:

The side latch helps to keep the ramp securely folded if you need to move or carry the ramp.

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How to Purchase the Right Pet Ramp for Your Dog or Cat
  • Is the pet ramp for short or tall areas? The taller the area, the longer the ramp will need to be to reduce the incline for your pet.
  • Make sure your pet does not exceed the individual pet ramp weight limitations.
  • Will you be taking the pet ramp along with you when you travel?
Pet Gear Travel-Lite Tri-Fold Dog Ramp
Dimensions
Recommended for:
Entire unit:71"L x 16"W x 4"H
Dogs and cats weighing less than 200 lbs.
Color:
Storing:

Do not use or rest near an open or exposed flame.

Customer Reviews
Pet Gear Travel-Lite Tri-Fold Dog Ramp is rated 3.875 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can ramp be used in swimming pool?
Date published: 2015-04-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Heavy and bulky Heavy and bulky - not good for daily use - I have a 65 lb walker who refuses to use even with lots of prompting with treats and due to the size and weight of ramp have given up on it.
Date published: 2014-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for 2 Goldens and a Jeep The trifold ramp is easy to unfold, has a good non slip surface and allows my 100 lb, 12 year old Golden retriever Dave, to walk up into the jeep without any difficulty. I removed the strap holding the right side rear door of my Jeep to allow for our dogs to enter the vehicle. I guide Dave up and down the ramp to give him extra confidence. Daisy, the 3 yr old Golden just runs right up. We placed the ramp flat on the ground for a week so Dave and Daisy would get familiar with it. We placed doggy treats on it and at either end to get them used to walking on it. The ramp folds up nicely, is not heavy and I can put it in the jeep from the back end.
Date published: 2012-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great ramp I purchased the bi-fold ramp 3 years ago for my 12 year old, 90 lb. Akita to get in and out of the back of my tacoma truck. He was reluctant at first, but with some practice and treats he now uses the ramp with ease. There is a center safety strap that is included with the ramp, but I use two "s" hooks that hook onto each side of the ramp (pre-drilled holes) and my truck bed to better stabilize the ramp before un/loading. If you have a high vehicle it is probably wise to invest in the tri-fold ramp so the incline would not be as great. My dog has to get a bit of a running/walking start to make into the back. It is a bit bouncy when he comes barreling up or down the ramp, but I am very confident in its strength and would recommend it to anyone considering a ramp to help their pooch get in and out of vehicles.
Date published: 2012-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THIS RAMP HAS DONE WONDERS FOR MY DOG THAT HAS AUTHRITUS. GREAT PRODUCT!! WONDERFUL JOB PETMEDS!! ;) -HAPPY CUSTOMER
Date published: 2012-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RUNWAY KING GIGGA This ramp has given my dog the courage he needed to feel comfortable entering the vehicle again. He is 10 years old with Congested Heart Failure, so he runs out of breath sooner and takes a few more seconds to get where he is going. Gigga is still getting use to the ramp, however he walks with much stride. This is his own personal " RUNWAY "!
Date published: 2012-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ramp it up! Getting her into the car has never been easier. At first she was reluctant, but after following a treat trail.. Up she went! I can tell she appreciates the carpet very much, as opposed to a harder surface. No more CARRYING her into the car. Ms. Independent once again!
Date published: 2011-12-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from My dog is a 90 lb, 13 years old black Lab and has hurt his left hind leg running after a squirrel. The ramp in question is way too bouncy and scares my dog. He tries to jump off it and hurts his leg even more.
Date published: 2011-09-13
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Q&A

I need a pet ramp for my 25 lb Bischon Frise' to get in and out of a Lexus SUV. I do not load him in the back. We need a ramp that will allow him to walk on to the seat (not the floor) of the SUV from the side door. Will this accommodate this?

Asked by: Donnie
The entire unit is 71"L x 16"W x 4"H. You will have to find out the length from the seat to the ground to determine if this one is a good one to go with.
Answered by: Carolyn Petmed Pro
Date published: 2016-11-16

How heavy is this Tri-Fold pet ramp when it is folded?

Asked by: Donnie
The dimensions listed with the item details are correct when the ramp is unfolded. Folded, the ramp is 27" x 16" x 7". My best guess at weight is approximately 10lbs.
Answered by: Cherley Petmeds Pro
Date published: 2016-11-16

My porch has 3 steps down and my old arthritic dog who is blind has difficulty going down. Could she successfully use this ramp installed outside to handle the stairs?

Asked by: Kitty
Pet ramps like the Pet Gear Travel-Lite Tri-Fold Dog Ramp can be used to help your pet climb in and out of your car, SUV, or truck, or the ramps can also be used to get up onto elevated furniture such as a sofa or bed.
Answered by: Cherley Petmeds Pro
Date published: 2016-10-03

How much weight will this ramp hold

Asked by: anne
The Pet Gear Travel-Lite Tri-Fold Dog Ramp holds up to 200 lbs.
Answered by: Cherley Petmeds Pro
Date published: 2016-03-09

what is the longest ramp available

our dogs live in a dog box mounted on the back of our truck during campaign season. We need a good ramp to get them into their houses. What is the longest ramp available. Irene
Asked by: Bean
This is the longest ramp we carry. we also have http://www.1800petmeds.com/Deluxe+Large+Dog+Ramp-prod60821.html which measures 70" only 1 inch shorter.
Answered by: Laura PetMed Pro
Date published: 2015-03-27

We have a beach house with probably 15-20 steps to get into the house proper. Since surgery, steps will be a major problem for Sahara.

Can I use the ramp, have her wait while I reposition it for the rest of the climb? Or is this wishful thinking.
Asked by: Margo
Thank you for your question. You can attempt to use the ramp in that manner if your furry pal is willing to stay in place while you move ramp.
Answered by: Maureen PetMeds Pro
Date published: 2014-10-13

I have agolden retriever and he has problem with his legs going up and down stairs to get into the house thier r 5 steps to get into the house do u c

Asked by: cody
This would probably work good for that and it doesn't sound like you would be moving it a lot.
Answered by: cowpen
Date published: 2014-05-19

What is the material it's made of and the weight?

I'm thinking about using this on my boat. What are the folded dimensions?
Asked by: JB
Thank you for your question. The ramp is made of plastic with emery board as the material on top of the ramp to avoid slipping. The weight of the ramp is 12 pounds.
Answered by: Maureen PetMeds Pro
Date published: 2014-05-13
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