Double Pet Step
Our Double and Triple Pet Steps provide all the benefits of our Single Pet Step, while providing access to higher areas. A non-slip bottom will prevent movement on tile, linoleum or hardwood floors. These are perfect for small to medium dogs such as Poodles, Terriers, Chihuahuas, Shitzu's, and many more!
Now the same sturdy, great quality steps your pets are used to are available with a drawer- a convenient place to store their favorite toys! The drawer opens and closes easily, with no hardware to break. Holds up to 300 pounds!
What size do you need? Measure from the top of your bed, couch... that you would like your pet to use, to the floor, then subtract about 6". Which ever size is closest is the one for you. For example; your bed is 20" tall. Subtract 6" and you have a height of 14". The Double Pet Step is the correct size for your pet.
Please note: The addition of a non-slip bottom does not increase the shipping cost of steps.
All our products are made of solid wood and plywood - no particle board or cardboard is ever used. We use the highest quality carpets and sisal rope; the undersides of all shelves and platforms are carpeted.
Size: 18.5 in. x 22 in. x 14 in. tall
Mike S writes regarding a custom order: They turned out GREAT! THANK YOU! Another job well done!
Liz K says, "Hi. I just wanted to give you some feedback. The Double Pet Step just arrive. When I took it out of the box and sit it at the foot of my bed Keesha immediately jumped up on it 1-2-3 and knew exactly the purpose of it!!! And they say animals are smart! Who ever designed it obviously had his/her head on straight. Keesha and I want to thank you so much!!
From Dorie K. The Double Pet Step was received in very good condition and I want to thank you for your excellent service. My dogs love being able to get on my bed without being lifted up. They very quickly learned the reason for the stairs and now it is not unusual to find one sleeping on my pillow during the day.
Ruth B writes: I saw your stair steps on line and... bought a two step and it is wonderful. I have a rather tall bed and my seven year old doxie-terrier was developing back trouble jumping on and off it. I had tried a home made ramp which he avoided like the plague but he likes the steps.
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