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Thank you so much for your speedy reply. I will have to measure the deck but suspect it might be too high to ramp. My son is making a wooden ramp to run along the side of the bed (approx. 26" high) I think everything is going to be trial and error from here on in. The goal is to make him as comfortable as possible. My knees are getting bad but I have the option of knee replacement. Jokingly I asked the vet about new knees for Rocky but doesn't seem like an option so I will have to make whatever modifications I can for him. All I can do is enjoy every day I have with him and make him as comfortable as possible.Thanks again, wish you the best, Sandy
Hi Guys, I have a 15 1/2 old Maltese/Poodle cross 181/2 lbs. He is suffering with arthritis and is still using a lot of stairs but with difficulty. I can not retrain him to use the front door for his bedtime pee. Your stairs are ingenious, do you think this method could be used to cover the stairs from standard height deck? I know this is going to have to be a very long ramp. Hoping you might be able to give me your thoughts before I ask my son. Thanks kindly, Sandy
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