If you’ve ever watched a dog slip down the stairs, you know how both sad and hilarious it can be. The poor dog loses their footing and slips face first down the steps.
However, the dog usually bounces back moments later, ready to run again. You might notice that your dog slips more often if you have tiled or wooden floors — they just get so excited they can’t plant their paws firmly on the ground.
I always try to calm my puppy down before she runs down some steps, but just last week she tumbled over our wooden stairs.
When I saw what the clever man below did for his dog, I immediately thought it would be perfect for so many dogs out there.
This sweet little pup used to be confident going up and down the steps, but after her nails got longer and her doggy brother played too roughly with her on the stairs, she got too scared.