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    DefaultQuick question. What size new bed!

    Hi
    I am on the website now ordering the dogs food and have decided that Cody can be trusted with a proper dog bed (i hope so anyway). He is 18 weeks old and weighs 2 stone 6lbs (34lbs).
    What size bed should I order?
    Please help.

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    Bear's one is 3' x 2'4" or 92 x 70 cm (inside measurements).



    Of course the human bed is pretty comfortable too.

    ETA: I wouldn't get anything smaller. You have to allow for when he's fully grown. At 32kg, my boy is on the small side.
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    That is a nice bed and exactly what I am looking for.
    Most of the beds I have looked at have very thick sides and it is hard to imagine the internal measurements.
    Thank you.
    By the way,your dogs are gorgeous!

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    Look for one with zippers to remove filling and wash the cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitziandjudysmom View Post
    Look for one with zippers to remove filling and wash the cover.
    x100!
    Charlie (foster) and Rocky

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    Nice bed, Garth. Don't think I've seen that one before.
    Removable cover is the only "must"... the filler you can adjust, add to or subtract according to need.

    New dog beds are fun for everybody!

    Seamus and Flynn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddysmom View Post
    Nice bed, Garth. Don't think I've seen that one before.
    That was the bed JL bought. I got it out of that money that was raised for me after the flood. Part of that was a $150 Pet Barn voucher.

    Needless to say they had fun picking out their new toys.





    Man I miss those 2.

    Lavery, this link has the info on it. Don't know if you can get them in England though.

    BONO FIDO STAYDRY 2 BASKET BLUE/BROWN 4 XL 95X75X34CM - My Pet Warehouse

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    Personally, we were ok with a queen size until we got the second lab...now we have a king!

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    I got an extra-large crate the other day, as Bilbo is beginning to out-grow his crate (I originally thought I'd be getting a Patterdale Terrier, bought the crate and obv. it is too small!). When I put it up, my 6ft 7 boyfriend could fit inside! It blocks the T.V. too! Got to rearrange the room before we start using it I think It's around H 118 x W 76 x D 88cm, so if you factor out height, then I guess these would be considered 'roomy' for a fully grown lab

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erendui View Post
    I got an extra-large crate the other day, as Bilbo is beginning to out-grow his crate (I originally thought I'd be getting a Patterdale Terrier, bought the crate and obv. it is too small!). When I put it up, my 6ft 7 boyfriend could fit inside! It blocks the T.V. too! Got to rearrange the room before we start using it I think It's around H 118 x W 76 x D 88cm, so if you factor out height, then I guess these would be considered 'roomy' for a fully grown lab
    Did that crate come with a divider? Just make sure not to give the puppy too much room too quickly or it will use one corner to go to the bathroom and then sleep where it's dry.

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