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Old 12-20-2012, 09:41 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Deb-I've been through the puppy- bed phase with Sammie. He liked to sleep on carpet or floor or a crate liner. So thats what I gave him. His soft comfy bed was there too-never used. Let's face they used to sleep on grass. We gave them beds. I would give little Dewey a 10.00 crate liner and he can't do anything but hump it if he rolls it up.
BTW---Sammie loves his soft comfy beds now but I still find him laying on the floor. Penny likes a bed, fluffier the better wub: I think some of them like the cooler/firmer surfaces.
Your Dewey is so precious!!
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Old 12-20-2012, 09:45 AM   #22 (permalink)
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[QUOTE]. He can't do anything but hump it! LOL
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Well, I know I could make the Dewmeister a bed he couldn't tear up using canvas duck cloth and upholstery thread! But the granite slab would work too! Naughty boy.
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Old 12-20-2012, 09:59 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Was that Dewey humping his bed? Maybe was another fluff.
Sammie went thru a phase poor little fellow. I wonder if it's hormonal. Was after his neuter.

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Old 12-20-2012, 10:07 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Maybe you could look into the Molly Mutt dog duvet? You stuff it yourself with old clothes. I have friends who have German Sheppard puppies and even they haven't been able to chew through it

molly mutt: the dog bed duvet company
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Was that Dewey humping his bed? Maybe was another fluff.
Sammie went thru a phase poor little fellow. I wonder if it's hormonal. Was after his neuter.

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Yes!! Dewy does hump his bed!!!!LOL
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Old 12-20-2012, 10:20 AM   #27 (permalink)
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Maybe you could look into the Molly Mutt dog duvet? You stuff it yourself with old clothes. I have friends who have German Sheppard puppies and even they haven't been able to chew through it

molly mutt: the dog bed duvet company
I think this will work!!! Plus I love all the fabric choices!!!! Thank you all, I'm going to order it!!! I'm going with the BRIGHT RED for Dewey, he's a fireball of a pup!!!!!
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Deborah-Cute bed for Dewey. Love the red!! Let us know how you like it.
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I think this will work!!! Plus I love all the fabric choices!!!! Thank you all, I'm going to order it!!! I'm going with the BRIGHT RED for Dewey, he's a fireball of a pup!!!!!
Definitely show us some pictures when it comes! Can't wait to see
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Dewey is still in the x pen at times that I'm busy and his bed is in it with a bully stick or something to chew on. I have three beds with the detachable pillow that can be washed and the main part of the bed is washable also. He will not leave the pillow in it .He'll sleep on the bed with out the pillow, it!s hard like he's on the floor. I bought beds all one piece, I thought this will work.... Nope! He turns it over, and today I caught him just having a ball pulling the stuffing out(I don't know how he bit it and got to the batting??? I need an indestructible bed for him. Any suggestions! Oh if I just put a pillow in his bed, he lays beside it, not on it!

I too, had the problem of my fluff babies pulling the stuffing out of their beds. I would leave for a couple of hours and would come home to what looked like it had snowed in my living room!! It gotten to the point that I refused to buy beds again and the babies were sleeping in the recliners. I was in Wal-Mart in the baby dept about this time last year and they had a child sized cot for taking to pre-school or grand ma's. It is about 4 inches off the floor and big enough for all 3 of my fur angels and at least 3 or 4 fur kitties!. It came with a washable fitted sheet and the cot is made of canvas so it can be easily cleaned. They all love it and no more "snow" in the living room!! The best $24.00 I ever spent!!
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