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A PET RAMP FOR BOO Pet ramps are expensive! I looked at the cost of these things and thought that $100.00 to $180.00 was too much to pay so I thought that I'd design my own with common items found at Home Depot. My intention was to be able to use the ramp to get our Shar-Pei, Buster (otherwise known as "Boo") in and out of our pickup truck so that he could have some relief from his tennis elbow and not have to deal with the constant impact on his joints. My dog is a darned good tenn...

Inexpensive Doggie Ramp

DIY dog ramp - Purchased wood from Lowes (the isle that sells wood for building and crafts because it required no cutting).  Used molding pieces for the "steps". Attached with wood glue and a couple finishing nails. Installed two "L" brackets on the back (keeps ramp from falling/sliding away from bed). Used a scrapbook stamp to paint paw prints.

DIY dog ramp - Purchased wood from Lowes (the isle that sells wood for building and crafts because it required no cutting). Used molding pieces for the "steps". Attached with wood glue and a couple finishing nails. Installed two "L" brackets on the back (keeps ramp from falling/sliding away from bed). Used a scrapbook stamp to paint paw prints.

No skid dog ramp for over the deck stairs.  No skid tape from Amazon.

No skid dog ramp for over the deck stairs. No skid tape from Amazon.

for about $32 you can build your own doggie ramp.  http://www.instructables.com/id/Inexpensive-Doggie-Ramp/?ALLSTEPS

Inexpensive Doggie Ramp

DIY Pet Ramp - made from 2 pieces wire shelving, indoor/outdoor carpeting, zipties, wire cutter, and an awl (maybe figure out a way to use shelving & pool noodles to use in pool for dog ramp)

A simple, plywood dog ramp built for outdoor steps

A simple, plywood dog ramp built for outdoor steps

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