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3 Simple Ramp-based Ways To Make Your Dog the Happiest

Dogs are one of the most intelligent and loyal pets you can have. This is cliche but a dog is a man’s best friend and if your dog is your best mate you want them to be happy.

Keeping your dog happy will essentially keep you happy.  You wouldn’t want to be around an unhappy pooch, right? It is tiresome and upsetting. While we know it isn’t always easy, we came up with some ramp-based tips that are bound to help your dog live a more fulfilling life.

1. Treat them to a day out

There’s nothing quite like a trip in the car or ute for a dog. Whenever possible, let your bestie get some air between his gums and between his flapping ears.

If you have a ute or 4WD and your old dog or small breed is finding it hard to get in, give them the right amount of independence by providing them with the perfect pet ramp.

Not having to jump will help keep their little legs in better condition as well!

2. Take them swimming

There’s no doubt that some dogs hate the water. But if you start them out as a puppy, you’ll find them growing to love the water as much as you do. 

Getting a pool ramp will help them feel more comfortable and confident in the water. 

3. Relax on the couch

Okay, so while it isn’t always encouraged to allow your dogs on the couch, for some “parents” it’s a given. Though smaller dogs will find it hard.

If you see your little one is having trouble jumping in the couch (whether from old age or because of short legs), getting a Travelling Pooch pet ramp will benefit you both.

It will be easier for them to climb onto the couch, thus, keeps you from frequently bending over to pick them up!

When it comes to caring for your best mate, look after them with utmost care and without a doubt, they will always have your back.

Dogs are here for a limited time so, give them the unconditional love that they deserve while they’re still with you. Sometimes a dog’s purpose is just to be close to you while they can.

 

 

 

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