Dog lift for stairs

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dog lift for stairs

Apr 12, Pia Hjelmso lives in Denmark with her English bulldog, Aase, who's had arthritis since she was a puppy so to help her up the stairs, she made.

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Seen here depressing the hell out of me, Chunky takes a ride on the world's first stair elevator designed for overweight dogs. That's like a self fulfilling prophecy! The machine has been made with mutts in mind as it features a special 'paw push' start button situated close enough to the ground for the animal to reach with an outstretched leg. Pets can clamber into the plastic basket which then raises several feet off the floor before carrying the four-legged passenger up the stairs. Besides, who wants to drop that much money on a pet elevator that's only gonna get a year of use anyway? I'm terrible, I get it. Hit the jump for several more worthwhile shots of Chunky's ride to that great big Milkbone factory in the sky.

Above all, dogs love bouncing around, playing catch and generally being active as much as possible for most of their life. Even when they reach 14 or 15, they can still be seen to be chasing sticks and balls to return faithfully to their owners. This can have a massive impact on the way you look after your dog and limit the activities you can do together. There is hope for dogs on the horizon though, as a prototype dog stair lift is created so that dogs can once again climb the stairs with ease. Chunky the dog pictured right has been showcasing the basket-mounted stair lift to owners and dogs to show them how it is done.


With pet obesity on the rise in the U. Dubbed "Stair of the Dog ," the prototype was created by U. - For example, senior dogs and certain large breeds are more prone to arthritis. Just moving around the house can be painful enough for these poor pups, let alone using the stairs.


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