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06-23-2014 11:31 PM
Originally Posted by E.Hatch View Post
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My GSD and the various foster dogs I've had all loved our Kuranda bed! The bed is probably 6 or 7 years old and still doesn't have a rip or tear. The "frame" is made from PVC so they never chewed on it. It was well worth the money.
06-23-2014 10:01 PM
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06-23-2014 09:59 PM
Dog Beds

A few months ago I was reading a thread about a raised dog bed that lasts forever and is good for arthritic dogs. I have searched and cant find it, but I have also have rescued a GSD that definitely has hip issues. Can anyone recommend a dog bed for him.

BTW, he is not in any pain but he definitely doesn't use his back legs to jump on the bed, couch etc. Also has a very pronounced "bunny hop" when he runs around the back yard with our other GSD. Plan to have a full work up at the vet but as I said, he is pain free so I haven't rushed it. He has been through a lot so I am giving him a few months to acclimate to us and his new home.

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