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Old 07-18-2008, 02:57 PM
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Question StepTwister or TwisterStep ?

Anyone have any experience with this product?
I have a EL Limited 2008 and was wondering if it weould be any good for my to dogs. Bernese Mountain dog and Irish Wolfhound.
Seems like it would be real handy.

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we have a "twist step" on our 2007 limited for our two newfoundlands. it would work great if they werent so lazy. much better and easier than the cumbersome ramp we never used.
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thanks for the reply. If your 2 Newfounders can use it then my guys should have np.
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Those are big dogs! (2 of my favorite breeds BTW) Maybe you should use this instead!

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it would help sometimes.
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My 85lbs all black shepherd, I let get her front paws on the tailgate and I lift the other 42.5 lbs. Yes is does suck! Just not enough room for her to get a running start and jump in. They again I am sure if there were some treats in there she good learn how to open and close the lift gate (using the fob ofcourse)plus get in there herself.
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I got ya beat! hehe
165 pound Wolfhound that gets his front paws on the floor but noway is the rear end getting up there.
He looks back at me saying "Ok ready! lift!". And there I be lifting his heafty rear end up the rest of the way.

At least our berner will use the ramp. Wouldn't thrust it to hold himself.
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