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Dog bed recommendations for medium/large dogs.

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ihatethecold Sun 29-Oct-17 15:59:06

I need 1 each. I’m looking at tuffie nest beds but they are about £120 each.
One dog is a Vizsla the other is a smaller gsp.
Need them to last and be durable.
Any ideas. They’ve slept on a sofa in my kitchen for 4 years but the sofa is going by soon.
They don’t chew or wreck anything and I like be the look of a Tuffie just not the price

http://www.tuffies.co.uk/tuffies-dog-beds.asp?ProductId=57

ihatethecold Sun 29-Oct-17 18:47:18

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BarchesterFlowers Sun 29-Oct-17 19:01:39

Mine has a double 13 tog duvet, folded in half and then in half again. I made a cover out of something similar to this.

We have spent hundreds on beds over the years including orvis and another one similar to tuffies that I can't remember the name of.

Dog has never chewed one but when I get to the point of struggling to get rid of the smell of a dog that walks on muddy farm tracks every day I end up swapping them for a new one.

SexLubeAndAFishSlice Sun 29-Oct-17 19:03:01

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ihatethecold Sun 29-Oct-17 19:03:48

Thanks.

BarchesterFlowers Sun 29-Oct-17 19:03:58

Forgot to say that apart from costing about £30 you can wash and tumble dry the quilt and wash the outer in tech wash and there is no doggy smell.

blueskyinmarch Sun 29-Oct-17 19:05:13

I bought this one for my lab. I took an extra cover and the waterproof lining. It is fantastic.

ihatethecold Sun 29-Oct-17 19:13:53

I prefer one more like a nest than a flat bed.
The dogs like to be wrapped up at night! 🙄
The Trojan ones linked above are much more reasonable in price than a Tuffie nest

SexLubeAndAFishSlice Sun 29-Oct-17 20:31:24

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ihatethecold Sun 29-Oct-17 22:07:08

Thanks Sex. That’s really good to know

Santawontbelong Sun 29-Oct-17 22:09:23

Yours. grin

ihatethecold Sun 29-Oct-17 22:21:22

Not a chance!

Loosemoose28 Mon 30-Oct-17 13:18:33

My tuffies is now 7 years old and still in use and poofy.

KinkyAfro Mon 30-Oct-17 14:04:19

Orvis are pricey but very hard wearing, we've had ours for 4 years with a big fat lab in it

SexLubeAndAFishSlice Mon 30-Oct-17 14:31:10

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