Many dogs are exposed to joint disorders such as dysplasia, herniated disc, osteoarthritis, and their home environment triggers these diseases. Dogs have to jump on the bed, chair many times during the day. Each jump puts pressure on the hip joints. Surfaces such as parquet and ceramic are very convenient for dogs to slip when they run. In this case, the dog may not be able to stop and hit his hips on surfaces. Considering all these factors, solutions were developed for the 3 points of the house.
I recommend a modular way for dogs to go up and down on high surfaces, a non-slip pad that will make it easier to stop at impact points, exible barriers that can reduce their speed while running in the corridor, and bed and seat side barriers for short-term use that will prevent them from jumping to help them get used to the new order and learn.