Dog Bed Stairs – Nothing says more about love for your pet to have a hug in your bed in the mornings, however, small dogs sometimes have trouble jumping to the mattress and older can also find this difficult jump. To help your friend try to build a dog ladder and help he climbs in comfort and style to share the morning hug. Measure the length from the floor to the top of your bed. This will be the height of the ladder. Measure the length of your dog’s legs and how high you can comfortably step. A good rule is that the height of the steps is no more than the length of the legs. Measure the width and overall size of your body.
Assemble the panels until they reach the height of the measured ladder. Mark the width of your dog on the panels, add 2 inches to make the dog bed stairs with the comfortable width so your friend has room to climb and turn around. Cut the panels with the steps taken to make the ladder the desired width. Measures at least 12 inches deep from the edge of the panels. Mark with a pencil, this will be your first step, then make sure that the steps are adequate so that your dog can use them without having to stretch, use the measurements of his legs to determine how high he can take his steps. Mark the height of the first step and cut along the 12-inch mark.
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Sand the edges of the panels to prevent scratches. With the measures taken cut all the steps you need, the side supports and the bottom. Glue all pieces using the furniture adhesive and let it dry for at least 8 hours. Choose a soft, sturdy and washable fabric. Use Velcro to attach the dog bed stairs to the bed frame if you wish. This lightweight structure can be used to help pets get into vehicles or cages but is designed only for small dogs, foam core panels do not support the weight of large dogs.