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Does anyone have any recommendations for dog beds?

I am looking for a nice dog bed for Logan and I am willing to spend upwards of $100 or so. I bought a dog bed for the foster dog we had but it is awful. The stuffing is lumpy and after washing it, it had a hole on the side. I am looking at an Orthopedic bed because at least I know the bed won't be lumpy.

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The othopedic beds are the nicest I think Denise. I have one for Gazoo but he doesn't use it... weirdo.


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I bought 2 orthopedic beds for Mirra and Scarlette and they love them. You can take the cover off and wash it and it slips back on fairly easily.


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they have some that heat up and viberate.


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Where did you buy the bed?
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I think we got the beds at PetSmart......I can't really remember because that's the weekend that Mirra had surgery, so it's a bit of a blur.


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i bought gazoo's at drs foster and smith


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I plan on making my own bed.
A inner liner that I an fill with Oats or Corn Cob bedding, and then outer liner for the doggy to sleep on.
This way if she has any accidents (she's getting older) I can dump out the litter in the inner liner and wash both in the washing machine.
I got the idea when I worked at a Vet clinic and we used whole Oats in hand sewn baggies for heating pads, it worked great (toss in microwave to heat) and if anything icky got on the bags, we'd dump the oats out and wash the outside adn re-fill for next time.

I just need to find someone with a sewing machine... lol


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I am looking at the third one down: Orthopedic pet beds
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I like the ones from Drs. Foster and Smith. They have a ton of options and colors and patterns. I have a fill one that came with two covers and I love it, of course so do the dogs and cats. Its the only bed that my dogs never chewed up.
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Thanks Dena!
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I love mine from drs foster and smith too Dena. I love the waterproof cover too.

edited to add.. I like those too Denise.


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Chrisanne, I think that is the one I am going to buy. And you can get it personalized too!

Chrisanne, the foam inside hasn't become lumpy? The bed is firm? I just want to make sure before I order it.
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I haven't had any problems with it Denise. We've had it about a year. I think if it got wet it could/would become a problem though.


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