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I swear by Kuranda beds. They are chewproof, easily cleaned/disinfected, and are GREAT for ortho problems. We got our first when Cody blew a disc in his back... it was so helpful. They're a little more expensive but when you consider you'll never have to buy another, they are a wise buy. Many kennels and vets use them. Kuranda Dog Beds - Patented Orthopedic and Chewproof Dog Beds
 

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They are just too expensive! Get some pcv pipe and some heavy duty fabric and you got yourself a homemade Kuranda LOL

I only get the dog beds from Costco for like $18 and then stuff them with more polyfill for another $20 and they end up being a good 8-10 inches thick.
 

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I only paid 50.00 for mine, I don;t think that was too expensive!
 

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I only paid 50.00 for mine, I don;t think that was too expensive!
Yeah, but your dogs are not a giant breed LOL!! I would have to pay $170 :eek:.
 

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Yeah, but your dogs are not a giant breed LOL!! I would have to pay $170 :eek:.
That's why we stick with the Costco dog beds (LOVE THEM!!) and refill with new polyfill every 4-6 months or so.

With 4 dogs @ 70-120lbs we wouldn't be able to afford food or a mortgage if everyone got Kurandas LOL!!

With the Costco beds though we have 6 and are buying 2 or 3 more this month :biggrin:
 

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I'm awful. I have the costco beds downstairs for the dogs, and just replace them when need be, they're cheap enough....

But in our bedroom, it's Bowser Beds all around!

I think I paid somewhere around $175 for Annie's. Grissom's was $80. Chesney's was $80 (same size) but Champ's was $210.

But you NEVER have to replace them. EVER. They don't get all nasty dirty either. They still look like they did the day I bought them.
 

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I only get the dog beds from Costco for like $18 and then stuff them with more polyfill for another $20 and they end up being a good 8-10 inches thick.
Where do you get this polyfill stuff? Is it soft like the original stuffing?
 

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Polyfill is just regular stuffing that you find in a lot of different things, stuffed animals, pillows, etc. I get either a 10 or 20 pound box from Walmart. A 20 pound box of polyfill is enough to stuff 6 Dane sized dog beds. Just need basic sewing skillz to open up the dog bed about 6 inches and then sew it shut again when you're done filling it. Pretty darn easy :wink:
 

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Polyfill is just regular stuffing that you find in a lot of different things, stuffed animals, pillows, etc. I get either a 10 or 20 pound box from Walmart. A 20 pound box of polyfill is enough to stuff 6 Dane sized dog beds. Just need basic sewing skillz to open up the dog bed about 6 inches and then sew it shut again when you're done filling it. Pretty darn easy :wink:
What she said
 

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The last pillow type and oval style and rectangular very large dog beds we bought were from sams club and the dogs here really like them. Also have bought a couple from Menards. When they get so washed and horrible looking they are cheap enough to replace them! I have never used and ortho bed for them. Also they do love my bed well two of them LOL!!!!!!!!!:biggrin:
 
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