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Plywood is a good choice for dog ramps because of its lightweight. If your dog is small, thin plywood is enough. Larger dogs need thicker plywood.
As for the length of the plywood, you can extend it as much as possible because the longer the ramp, the smaller the slope, and the less effort the dog walks on.
Plywood, Pen, Saw, Sandpaper, Lacquer, Crossbars, Drill, Screws, Carpet Step by Step
Use a tape measure to measure the size you need, mark with a pen, and cut along the marks.
Sand the plywood until its surface is smooth. Paint after finishing sanding and painting can extend the life of the dog ramp.
Adding crossbars (about three to four crossbars) to the dog ramp can help the dog walk up and down more easily. If you don't add a crossbar, be sure to do a good job of anti-skid.
Use a drill to screw the crossbar into the dog ramp. Make sure the screws are tight and not protruding.
The final step is to carpet the dog ramp. Choose a thick material that is non-slip and fastens to the plywood.
There is one more step for the bed, which is the base and support rods. The base needs a flat plank about the size of the ramp. Attach the base to the ramp with screws. An additional support rod is required, which is attached to the base and ramp with screws.