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Vet Bed or Alternative

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    Hi,

     

    I'm using vet bed at the moment for my two labs who live out. However I find it gets a bit smelly quite quickly and when I do wash it in the machine, the hair almost sticks to it.

     

    Is there a better alternative ? One of them is a chewer as well so nothing expensive.

     

    What are the Tuffie beds like ? Are they really indestructible ?

     

    Thanks in Advance

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    I use shredded paper/cardboard brought in a large bale use about a third change every 3 months soaks up water from fur, and they can make beds in it. Think it is intended for horses.

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    I got that shredded tea bag bale from a mate no used it yet but the whole sheds smelling of tea :lol: , no fussy about the ferrets but can see it handy if you show the dogs and the judge likes a cuppa

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    Lab the Destroyer hasn't made an impact on this.

     

    http://www.tuffies.co.uk/tuffies-dog-beds.asp?ProductId=4

     

    Hi,

     

    I'm using vet bed at the moment for my two labs who live out. However I find it gets a bit smelly quite quickly and when I do wash it in the machine, the hair almost sticks to it.

     

    Is there a better alternative ? One of them is a chewer as well so nothing expensive.

     

    What are the Tuffie beds like ? Are they really indestructible ?

     

    Thanks in Advance

    Edited by Penelope

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    Thanks guys

     

    I'll might give the tea bag stuff ago as I live not far from Northallerton.

     

    If that's no good I may have to splash out on a Tuffie bed

     

    Cheers

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