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You Can Now Buy Stairs To Help Your Dog Onto The Bed

If you're the type of dog owner that just loves having your four-legged friend up for a furry cuddle on the couch or the bed, then you might want to invest in a set of these doggo stairs to save their little legs.

Yep, you can now get your hands on an itty bitty set of stairs to make sure your pooch can always make it for cuddles in one piece.

Credit: Orvis
Credit: Orvis

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Whether your dog just has short legs, or is getting on a bit and doesn't quite have the same spring in their step that they used to, the lightweight stairs are bound to make their lives easier.

These lightweight foam steps are available to you from online retailer Orvis for the perfectly reasonable and not at all ridiculous price of £159.

Credit: Pexels
Credit: Pexels

Okay, so maybe that price is a little steep... get it? But, they do say that sleeping in a bed with your fury companion is good for your health so who can really put a price on that? Yep, thought that'd convince you.

According to Ovis: "These sturdy conventional-foam steps promise support and solid footing for your dogs as they climb on and off of the bed or sofa."

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Credit: Orvis
Credit: Orvis

"A great solution for older dogs with stiff joints or arthritis, or smaller breeds who cannot get on or off the bed without your help.

"This lightweight foam ramp is easy for you to move in and out of place, and the durable microvelvet cover removes easily for washing.

"In brown tweed. Each step has a 5" rise and a 6" run. For dogs up to 75 kg. 100% polyester cover is removable and washable."

None dog owners are probably thinking this is all very bizarre, but I challenge you to find a loyal dog owner who wouldn't spend their last two pennies on making sure their pooch lived a comfortable and luxurious life.

Featured Image Credit: Orvis

Topics: Life, Dog, Life News, Real

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on emma.rosemurgey@pretty52.com

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