I bought the large because I have multiple dogs ranging from 7-65 pounds, and I wanted to make sure it was stable and safe. The littlest one has benefited the most so far and you’d think it was bought just for him and not his older bigger bros.
I cheated on the training- they started using it day 1. Aussie still goes up a
1/2 way them jumps on the bed, but that better than a 30” jump.
I have one suggestion:
The large ramp does not need to be tied, that was a bonus. My bed is designed where there is no way to tie the ramp to the bed.
I have stained concrete floors, so it would move, not a lot, but a little each time adds up. There was also a bit of a wobble. Not a lot, but it was at the top end, so a concern. I put it on a non slip bath mats to see if that would all stop. It did.
I bought pads for the feet because they are hard plastic- not a softer rubber, that makes me think the assumption is every one has carpet. That stopped the ‘slide’.
Suggestion is to add (6) of these to each order- just in case.
I bought an area rug and that stopped the slight wobble.
I’m happy and the boys have more freedom and independence so they are happy. Ramps looks good. Easy to move and adjust. Worth the price paid.