Saturday, June 1, 2013

Snoozer Scalloped Pet Ramp - Product Review & Giveaway

I want to tell you about a pawsome Snoozer product that I use everyday. 
It's my Snoozer Scalloped Pet Ramp!  This is my favorite way to get on furniture!
This is the best product for pets that need help to get on or off of furniture.   I can't jump high enough to reach the sofa or bed.   I can reach furniture if I use stairs, but I still have to jump from step to step.   I put stress on my knees when I use the steps.   Snoozer's Scalloped Ramp puts less stress on my knees.   It blends the best features of both ramps and steps.  The scalloped humps provide great paw holds for climbing.   I can easily walk up the Scalloped Pet Ramp.

Watch how easy it is for me to get on and off of the bed all by myself when I use my Snoozer Scalloped Ramp!

The Snoozer Scalloped Ramp is made with high-density polyurethane foam.   Like the Snoozer Luxury Lookout, the Scalloped Ramp features a washable micro-suede cover.   It is available in several colors.   Your humans can find one that will blend with their room colors.


The Scalloped Pet Ramp is light enough for humans to lift and move around, yet it is sturdy enough to be used by pets up to 100 pounds.

The Snoozer Scalloped Pet Ramp is available in 3 sizes:
  • Small: 14 in. H x 21 in. W x 20 in. D
  • Medium: 17.5 in. H x 21 in. W x 25 in. D
  • Large: 21 in. H x 21 in. W x 30 in. D 

  • All three sizes are 21 inches wide for stability.  
    The size you need depends on how tall the furniture is.  I use the large size to reach the bed.   I will probably get either the medium or small size to use for Mom's sofa.
     Thank you Snoozer!
    Snoozer will send a Scalloped Ramp to one lucky Pepper's Paws reader!
    Log into the Rafflecopter widget, and complete the entry options for chances to win the Snoozer Scalloped Pet Ramp.



    Review Disclaimer: I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review. I was given a free product to review. The opinions in this review are my own and not influenced by any outsider . I receive no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.

    Giveaway Disclaimer: I did not receive any monetary compensation for this giveaway.  Snoozer will send the prize to the giveaway winner.  The opinions in this giveaway are my own and not influenced by any outsider . I receive no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.
    I only ship to USA addresses and you must be 18 to enter.

    33 comments:

    1. That looks like a great product for you Pepper...I can jump up on the bed and sofa OK, but I know some furs could really use this...after all we DO belong on the furniture :)

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    2. OND! Pepper the steps are so beautiful and look so soft! We would have to have the biggest so we can all get on mommy's bed. I liked your demo video!!

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    3. What a neat looking product and certainly makes it easier for doggies to get up on things. We like the way is more rounded than the normal steps we have seen

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    4. Oh that would be super for Mini. The other Hotties would probably use it too. LOL

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    5. Definitely something I could use, especially for the bed - I am getting too old to lift heavy pups on the bed! LOL But you know what, no matter how old I get, I will always help my pups!

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    6. My dogs would use it to get in the truck.

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    7. Wows, you are a PRO at that Pepper!!! I LOVED your video! You look so happy bein' able to get up on the bed all by yourself. That is very important to us gurls! BOL
      Now, I won't be entering because I am WAY to big for it (hehehehe) butts I thinks any pups would be lucky to win such a good lookin' thingie!
      Kisses,
      Ruby

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    8. You're right, Pepper, this is the pawfect combo between steps and a ramp. Hershey is a mountain goat, but I can't jump up on the bed by myself. I would love this!

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    9. Looks pretty cool, but does it fold up any? It seems to take up quite a bit of space.

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      1. Hi Rumpy. No, it isn't the type that folds. It is solid construction. It is more for daily use. It really isn't the kind you store and pull out once in a while.
        Hugs,
        Pepper

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    10. I love that it's sturdy and wide. I have plastic steps but the dogs won't use it because it's narrow and unstable. I'd love to try this out and I'd use it either for the bed or my chair : ) With 5 little dogs always wanting up and down this would be great to have!

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    11. Cappy, our dachshund, really needs help getting on to our bed, where he loves to snuggle and burrow in the covers. This ramp would be a great way for him to get up and down on his own. Now he has to depend on mommy to pick him up and down. Down is the most difficult, but he will always jump if he feels there is a need to bark from our bedroom door to protect us.

      Our Protector really could use this ramp to save his back. That worries mommy all the time.

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    12. Pepper, you are too cute using your Snoozer Scalloped Pet Ramp. I bet a lot of smaller pets would be happy to have one of those. Another great review!!
      *Cairn cuddles*
      Oz

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    13. These would be great for Buddy. We have 2 different kinds already, a plastic kind a wooden kind but Buddy will not use them. My other pups will but I think the scalloped stairs will make it easier for him and he would feel more comfy. I've got to go check these out. Buddy wakes me up every night cause he jumps off the bed(which is very bad for his knees) and then wants me to pick him back up and put him in. Good looking product!

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    14. Definitely by the bed. I love my baby pup so much this would be perfect!

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    15. Hi Pepper! Our little girl, Lucy, is a corgi/hound mix and has the exact predicament as you. Although she is watching her girlish figure, getting up and down from the sofa and the bed is too much of a strain on her knees due to her short little legs. Stairs are also difficult for her because although her legs are very short her body is long, which makes it a bit difficult and awkward. At the moment she requests that her human mom and dad help her up and down during tv time and bedtime. She would definitely make use of this great product for both relaxing on the sofa and during bedtime for those late night potty outings. The best feature is that it is not a traditional stair but serves as a ramp to ease the climb. Thanks for the great review!

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    16. I would use it by the window which has a view on few birds and squirrels. And I would just lie on the top so I can see everything from higher perspective:). Btw very nice review, so informative.

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    17. We would use this to get on our bed.

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    18. Heather Hayes PanjonJune 6, 2013 at 9:25 PM

      I'd Use This For My Little Rascal To Get Up To The Window! He Loves Gazing At The Birds At The Window

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    19. Loki would use it to get up on the bed and to get up on the pool deck!
      nurse_mommy(at)live(dot)com

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    20. Hi Pepper! I could totally use that cute ramp to get on the couch and the bed. I'm not a kitten anymore. ; ) =^..^=

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    21. Super CUTE ramp. I am not allowed to be on the bed. But I am in search for a ramp to get into my peeps car. You are supper cute Pepper. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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    22. Hi Pepper! We're new to the site, just signed up a few minutes ago but wanted to comment on this Snoozer Scalloped Pet Ramp. My therapy dog Mrs. Nesbit would love one of these. She's a 20lb boston terrier. It certainly would help her little joints from jarring when she jumps to get up and down from the couch or bed to give cuddles. The most common orthopedic problem found in the Boston Terrier is patellar luxation, which can lead to rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament. They are also prone to joint disease. A ramp like this is very useful! - Wildflowr

      I also like this pet ramp because it's light weight enough for me to move it where she needs it without straining my bad back, it has an attractive scallop design, and it comes in all the colors I use in my home. If you hadn't posted about it, we wouldn't know it existed! Thank you for giving us the opportunity to win this. <3

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      1. her picture didn't upload for some reason. But she's featured on www.facebook.com/nesbitty

        some of the pictures there show her working and training with the South Eastern Guide Dogs. Most show her playing dress up. Bet if Pepper and Nesbitty got together they'd raid each other's closets lol!

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    23. Definitely the bed - growing weary of picking up Shih Tzu in the middle of the night!

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    24. my girls would use it to get on the bed, i have a high bed, i have steps right now, but they are a little short...

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    25. Pepper, you are such a pro at mastering the ramp. What a cool product and another fine review.

      High Paw!
      Romeo

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    26. I wonder if this would help my older girl get into the car? Most ramps for that purpose are designed for vans or SUVs, and don't work for the backseat of a 4 door car. I'd also see if she'd use it to get onto the couch.

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    27. Hi Pepper! What a great review! You sure have mastered going up and down that ramp! And you look great doing it, which is important ;)
      We would absolutely love to win this ramp for our two dachshunds. They love to be on the couch with us (and we love having them up there), but they are not allowed to jump on or off on their own. One of them has already had back surgery in the past, so she is DEFINITELY not allowed to jump. She must always be lifted on and off. The other one has really long legs for a dachshund and he often jumps up on his own when we're not looking, even though we pile up pillows to make it too high for him. He just scoffs and says, "Nothing is too high for me!"
      Steps are hard on their spine as well, so we don't use those; and we just haven't been able to invest in ramps yet either. We just lift them on and off. Anyway, I think this scalloped pet ramp would work perfect for them, and I love that it would be light enough for me to move around.

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