Thoughts on my magnificent custom made dog bed

Dobiegirl

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Yes it is wood, its very substantial and sturdy as the Dobes have been jumping in and out of it all 40kg of one of them, you can have a choice of bone shaped or flat as is the one Pip is in, the covers all come off for washing too.
 

Honey08

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It Is indeed magnificent. I wish my dogs could have gorgeous beds like that, but they're Tuffie types! I always eye up the lovely beds at Burghley too.
 

Dizzle

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What I can envisage happening would be the dog point blank refusing to sleep in it and the toddler decided it was his new home...
 

stencilface

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What I can envisage happening would be the dog point blank refusing to sleep in it and the toddler decided it was his new home...
This is true for me too, but I love the bed and need one for my boy when we move back into our house. Do the cushions etc comes with it too? I have a Rottie x GSD so I think the large bed would be the best for him, leave some room for the toddler at the side?!
 
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