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Hi any recommendations for tough chew resistant bedding to put in my outdoor insulated kennels ,always use vet bedding but looking for a thicker alternative, any advise would be appreciated 

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3 hours ago, ditchman said:

Vet bedding ?

Not chew resistant, i know someone who lost dog through eating it.

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Surely you need to stop him chewing his bed in the first place? Not a criticism but seems a bit like putting the cart before the horse?

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been using shredded paper for years the old boy can scratch it about to form a nest in the kennel / dog box in the truck         used to use straw  too many ticks flees mites etc      every dog I have had would shred a blanket in a heart beat   

 

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My two have had nothing for the last 2 years.

They are on a raised timber floor in the insulated kennel and an electric bar type heater if it's cold.

They certainly don't seem bothered.

Probably the cleanest and tidiest it's ever been.

Previously had all sorts of beds and bedding but they just seemed a waste as they would sleep on the floor most of the time.

Used to be torn up newspapers. Would spend a few hours every few weeks ripping up into strips all the papers that had been collected and bagging the strips. Come changing time it was easy to bag what was used and tip in a new bag or two.

Recycling at its easiest.

 

Edd

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