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The Best Dog Steps Review

We've tested a HUGE number of pet stairs, reviewed each one to find and rank the best dog stairs currently available on the market. Here's our buying guide.

Review: You & Me Upsy Daisy Pop Up Pet Stairs

Small breeds typically need some assistance to get on beds, couches or other higher platforms. You can lift them yourself or buy a set of pet stairs.

Review: Majestic Pet Products Pet Stairs

Most steps and stairs for dogs, like the Majestic Pet Products Pet Stairs, are designed with small breeds in mind to help them access high places. But are they worth the price tag?

Review: Pet Gear Free Standing Pet Stairs

The Pet Gear Free Standing Pet Stairs are made with extra-large steps that are wide enough for even the biggest canine. They also fold for easy storage. So are they worth it?

Review: Dallas Manufacturing Company 4-Stair Pet Steps

If your dog needs stairs to help him access a vehicle, bed or other furniture, the Dallas Manufacturing Company 4-Stair pet steps may be a good option. They stand 26 inches high and can support dogs weighing up to 200 pounds.

Review: PetSafe Solvit PupSTEP Plus Pet Stairs

If your dog needs pet stairs to help him access a vehicle, bed or other furniture, the PetSafe Solvit PupSTEP Plus pet stairs for dogs may be a good option.

Review: Pet Gear Easy Step II Pet Stairs

Many dog steps, like Pet Gear Easy Step II Pet Stairs for dogs, can be beneficial for your pups, but are they worth a buy? Here's my review of these steps.

How to Train Dogs to Use Pet Stairs and Ramps [Infographic]

There's a number of reasons why pet owners may find pet stairs and ramps useful. They're particularly helpful for senior dogs with arthritis, dogs...

DIY Dog Stairs: How to Make Your Own Doggy Steps

Dog stairs are pretty much the same as human stairs, but cute and miniaturized. They can be a great option to help your dog...

Top 15 Best Dog Stairs for Bed or Car

With pet stairs for dogs gaining popularity as more pet owners are trying to help their senior arthritic dogs, or simply small dogs, get...

Dog Ramps vs Dog Stairs and Dog Steps: How Do You...

So you're in the market for either pet stairs, steps or ramps. You have a reason to buy one, but aren't sure which option...

How to Pick the Perfect Dog Steps: Video Instruction

Learning how to pick the perfect dog steps can be difficult for some owners. It's particularly tough if you have a multi-dog household.

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