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$147

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Product description

Product name: Pet Stairs Dog Stairs Cat Steps Climbing Ladder

Material: ABS plastic

Specifications: The unfolded size is 155.5 * 40cm and the folding size is 78 * 20cm.

Weight Capacity: 60KG

Features:

1. Suitable for older, arthritic or recovering pets of any sizes

2. Convenient for your pets to reach high places

3. Portable, lightweight design for easy movement

4. Made of high quality sponge and flannel in stable construction

Step stairs is a perfect item for your lovely small pet friend. It can help them to reach high places, such as sofa, bed and car. They can also comfortably rest, relax and sleep on it. Featuring durable particle board and soft faux fur, this animal ramp is designed for climbing exercises. The innovative incline of each step reduces the amount of stairs needed to climb eliminating stress on your pet. Its lightweight and portable design assures easily movement.

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