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Old 23.04.2019, 21:55
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Re: Getting a dog (in dog box) in and out of car

I understand your situation. Been through it. Not sure what ramp you bought but previously I covered ours with carpet (used two sided tape) and that seemed to help.

Going down the ramp seems to be less difficult than going up. Maybe it is because the dog is eager to get out of the box. So you might try putting Lily in the box (with help of course, using towels under her tummy to lift her works well if you haven't got anything else on hand). Then see if she will go down the ramp when it is time to take her out of the box.

I know they also sell stairs for dogs. I don't know if this is going to be any easier than a ramp but certainly beats jumping.
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