Trying to keep a Dachshund from jumping is like trying to tell a bird not to fly
My 12 y.o. Dachshund LOVES this ramp! So does my 8 y.o. Rat terrier. Neither have arthritis but my Dachshund had pinched a nerve in his back and narrowly escaped IVDD. But, since my pillow top queen bed is off it’s frame and STILL sits really high, I needed this ramp because out of all the other ramps i saw, this one has the lowest incline up to high surfaces.
I just finished giving my dog a haircut and am very pleased with the results! Check out my before and after pics.
I used these in conjunction with the Scaredy Cut Tiny Trim scissors for her paws and face. I have never groomed a dog before and she is not the easiest dog to deal with (I mean, she’s been rejected by a groomer before), so I had no idea if this would work out. But we’re trying to cut back on spending in my house, so I gave it a shot. I’m so glad I did! I honestly think she looks better than she does wh…
Best purchase I’ve ever made on a dog toy. My 11 year old 75lb lab mix loves it. He can solve it within a couple of minutes but it’s very stimulating to him. Even when it’s empty he will go over and play with it. This product is durable but if you have a destructive dog, it might not last. That being said, my dog is rough on it and it’s held up well. I use tiny trainer treats which allows me to give him the puzzle multiple times a day since he’s a large dog.
Keep your dog mentally stimulated with toys for playtime