I need a way for my dog to climb up to my loft bed from the floor-can't find a long enough dog ramp Answered
How can I turn my Loft Bed wooden ladder into a climbing ramp for my small 19 pound dog to climb up into the loft bed?
I have a nice wooden ladder to the loft bed, but the wooden rungs are about 10" apart -too far for my small dog to climb up that 45 degree angle Any ideas?
OR ideas for a long enough dog ramp/stairs (I do not see any long enough for sale anywhere that would reach a loft bed ---and not be too steep.) The longest ones I have seen available seem to reach from the ground to the tailgate or the back of a truck or the like.
I thought of adding a layer of carpeting to the loft bed ladder, with possibly some kind of strips for my small, agile 19 pound Mini Eskimo mix dog. She is usually cautiously timid of unstable situations or obstacles in her way, although she jumps easily from the floor to regular height bed.
Also, I guess i will need to be able to lift up or off whatever dog climbing material I put on it, so that I can convert it back to something I can climb up into the loft bed too! Unless I build something (maybe from sturdy shipping boxes covered in carpet (I have plenty of carpeting that I could cover a series of large rectangular somehow strung together and that would be flexible (kind of like a roll-out fire-escape ladder is flexible) the rectangular boxes when sealed are quite strong and light weight, and that would be light weight enough to flip up or down, but I need help on the engineering part of designing and constructing something from boxes or long pieces of carpeting or or from the human wooden loft ladder to make it more dog-friendly. Any ideas, or am I just an unrealistic dreamer?