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Curtie’s Dog Ramp

We finally got the old guy a ramp. There were a few occasions recently where he’d act like he didn’t want to get in the truck and would walk around to the other side, then suddenly he’d come running toward his door and throw himself in his crate.

We realized the running start wasn’t a safe option for him and quickly ordered this Pet Gear Tri-Fold Pet Ramp. He’s still a little wary of it, but at least he’s willing to use it.

2014 Cost of Camping:
92 night paid camping – thru 7/13
101 nights free camping
193 days this year
Total spent on camping this year: $2751.76
Daily average cost of camping: $14.26

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5 Comments

  • Reply John and Pam Wright July 7, 2014 at 7:22 am

    What good parents:)

  • Reply Steph July 7, 2014 at 9:20 am

    Awww, so sweet. Hope he’s doing well!

  • Reply Cassie July 7, 2014 at 10:46 am

    I love all the little posts about your senior guy. He has such a great life and always reminds me of my own old doggie that I miss :)

  • Reply Bill D. July 11, 2014 at 11:23 am

    The ramp can also make it easier for Curtie to go in and out of the trailer.

    Our corgi, Tasha, made a full recovery after her hemilaminectomy due to a ruptured disc last November.

    So we use Mr. Herzher’s Smart Ramp to protect her long back as she goes in and out of the trailer.

    See photo of this in the article linked below:

    http://airstreamlife.com/historysafariexpress/2014/01/22/desert-camping-relaunched/

  • Reply terrie July 11, 2014 at 9:09 pm

    great for The Curtis,love his ramp…

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