Special Nonexistent Furniture
FREE 2-Day Delivery

Smart 70" Pet Ramp by Mr. Herzher's

$139.00 24% Off

Free Shipping

Save Saved

Interested in this item?

Save it to a board to come back to it later.

Product Information:

    • Overall: 5.1" H x 17.2" W x 70" D
    • Overall Product Weight: 16lbs
    • Free Shipping

Shipping & Returns

Free Shipping

Ships to:     

Ships via:  FedEx/UPS

Delivery Estimates

Enter your shipping zip or postal code to calculate shipping estimates

Get Delivery Estimate 

Return Policy

We want you to love it. If you don't, you may return your purchase within 30 days of delivery. All you need to do is visit our Self-Service Return Center for instructions. Return credits are issued within 24 hours once the item is received and inspected. Please note that shipping charges are non-refundable. The cost of return shipping will be deducted from your refund. 30-Day Return Policy


Overall Rating


Based on 132 reviews

Clear filter

Customer Photos

Add your own photo
1 2 3 4 ... 27
Sort by:
  5.0 Stars
Very Nice Ramp from Wisconsin on 10/31/2013 – Verified Buyer
I looked at many ramps before choosing this one. This ramp is a manageable weight and folds into itself easily. Takes up less space in my SUV versus a folding design. The ramp covering is gritty enough to provide good traction. I cannot recommend enough that anyone using this ramp train their dog to walk on it first. If the dog doesn't like to walk on it, it's probably not the fault of the ramp. My dogs are trained in agility, so it was just another piece of equipment to them, but a lot of dogs will be fearful if not properly introduced to the ramp. A good way to do this is to leave the unopened ramp on a flat surface and coax your dog onto it using small treats. After the dog is comfortable walking the ramp on the flat, open the length of the ramp and let the dog across it. After the dog is comfortable with this, try it at your vehicle. If possible, place the ramp in fully extended position to keep the approach to the vehicle at a shallower angle. Don't rush the process. Doing this in stages will better prepare your dog to confidently walk the ramp. The time you spend doing this will pay off, especially if your dog is naturally skittish.
Was this helpful? Yes 6 No 0
  4.0 Stars
It does the job. from Union, NJ on 09/18/2015 – Verified Buyer
My 13 y/o Shepherd mix is having trouble with his back legs. He can't jump in or out of the car anymore and riding in the car is his favorite past-time. This does the trick, however, he is afraid to walk on it and needs a lot of encouragement. The only short fall is the walking surface is like sand paper and doesn't really give him traction. If the walking surface was carpeted (or something like that) he could hold on with his nails and I think he would have more confidence on the ramp. It fits well at the back of our Volvo XC60, but it doesn't really fit at the side door (it isn't designed for the side door but we tried it anyway) the incline there isn't as steep and he is more willing to try to get down from there. I'm going to try putting self adhesive carpet squares on the walking surface to see if it helps. However, short of picking up his 112 lbs again and again, this works. Pros: It's lightweight and easy to manage, I'm 5'4" and 140 lbs. It fits well in the back of the car. Cons: Walking surface is like sandpaper and doesn't provide traction.
Was this helpful? Yes 0 No 0
  4.0 Stars
Works well after a little training from Missouri on 03/31/2013 – Verified Buyer
As far as construction goes, this seems to be sturdy. It's plenty strong enough to hold my 105lb. dog. My only complaint in construction is that there is no lock to hold it open or closed. It just slides out and back in. Seems like it might be a little more secure with some kind of lock mechanism. My dog had no problem walking back and forth on it flat on the floor. The first time I tried to use it to get him in the back of my Jeep, though, he went up kind of tentatively, and he ended up sliding back down. It was a little too steep and he just couldn't grip in spite of the sandpaper-type surface. After that he didn't want to try again. So, I set it again the couch so it was at a lower angle, and we spent several days just having him walk up and down it between the floor and the couch. After that, we spent another several days with it on some carpeted stairs, bribing him to run up and down it to get food. After he got comfortable with that, we tried the car again. I still have to support him a little on the way up so he doesn't slide back, but it's definitely easier than trying to lift him to put him in the back of the truck! Overall, I'm happy with it.
Was this helpful? Yes 2 No 0
  4.0 Stars
Great ramp!! from Roanoke, VA on 08/04/2015 – Verified Buyer
This is a great ramp, although the dog I bought it for will not use it...yet!! The dog that doesn't need it loves it!! I have tried it flat in the hall, in the bedroom about 30° on the bedrail and on the outside steps to no avail. Next we will try the vehicle. Going for a ride might do it!! It could only be better if it had a handle and something to keep it from sliding open when not level on its side. I know it will be irreplaceable when my big Lab with the bad elbow gets used to it!! Pros: Love the telescoping. Fits in my bedroom to the side of the bed. Cons: Needs a handle and something to keep it from sliding open when not level on its side.
Was this helpful? Yes 0 No 0
  5.0 Stars
Still going strong! from Coral Springs, FL on 10/19/2014 – Verified Buyer
Got this ramp two years ago when we first got our husky. She's a healthy young dog but since we knew she'd be getting in and out of her crate in our van numerous times per week, we didn't want to worry about hurting her joints prematurely. This ramp is perfect and it's still like new. It's also smooth and light enough where just one of us can open it, close it, and lift it back into the car, all while holding the leash of our dog with the other hand.
Was this helpful? Yes 1 No 0

Questions & Answers

Success! Your question has been submitted.

You should receive a response within 8 business hours. Thanks for your patience!

Ask A Question 

Ask a Question


    "Hey. I am 69 years old with a weak hip. I have a Toyota Tundra and a large golden lab. How suitable and ease-of-use would the Mr. Herzher's 16220 - Smart Pet Ramp be to used and to manipulate?" — Lynda
    "Hello Lynda, it is lightweight and easy-to-use. The ramp folds into itself, making it very portable."
    — Cassandra from Wayfair
    "This would be a great help for my older dog. We travel a lot and he rides in back so hopping out and in hurts his joints. How much weight can it supprt?" — Faith
    "Hi Faith, this has a weight limit of 250 pounds."
    — Erica from Wayfair
    "Could we just leave this outside so it's always by the car?" — Donna
    "Hello Donna, it is not recommended to leave this outside."
    — Erica from Wayfair
    "How long is the ramp and is it adjustable?" — Eileen
    "Hi Eileen, this can be used at lengths in between 42" and 70"."
    — Erica from Wayfair
    "Hi, does this ramp have a cover?" — Anna
    "Hello Anna, this Mr. Herzher's Smart Pet Ramp is a standalone product and as such it does not come with a cover."
    — Bradan from Wayfair
    Related Products
    Description: Information. You can't teach an old dog new tricks - but you can give them a boost with Smart Pet Ramp. Help your dog do the things he used to, from climbing up on furniture to getting in and out ...