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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-07-2017, 09:14 AM Thread Starter
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Elevated bed for the German shepherd. Yes or no?

Hi,all! I was choosing the dog bed and found this elevated dog bed . There is the German shepherd on it on the picture. Who knows, can such a bed stand the weight of such a big dog?
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Can't speak for the quality or durability of this specific style / company.... but kuranda beds can certainly support a gsd. Many colors and options.

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I've got 4 kurandas in my house! Love them. My dogs prefer the mesh fabric
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I have the Coolaroo one that I bought on Amazon. My dogs love it. It holds 90+ pounds of Russell.



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Coolaroo here too. Yes, they like it. But they lay on the cold, hard, wood floor just as often.

ETA: if you get a coolaroo, use loc-tite on the screws.




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Yes. It will hold a German Shepherd....or two...
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Can't speak for the quality or durability of this specific style / company.... but kuranda beds can certainly support a gsd. Many colors and options.

https://kuranda.com
Thanks you for the reply I'll check
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I've got 4 kurandas in my house! Love them. My dogs prefer the mesh fabric
thanks you shared this picture I see you dog loves it so much so lovely
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Yes. It will hold a German Shepherd....or two...
Haha even two
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I have the Coolaroo one that I bought on Amazon. My dogs love it. It holds 90+ pounds of Russell.




I see, one of your dog is even dreaming, when another one will leave it
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