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    Recommended bed for winter

    So very cold wind started to blow here, Doppler currently enjoying the falling leaves and it will be his first winter with us. Last summer he enjoyed this cold floor in living room where he love to rest during the day after every play/exercise so he have his regular bed, chews and toys there but since its getting colder, the floor might too cold for him and we have house rule that no dog in the couch (unless dad is not around or he is invited), we are thinking of heated bed for him. We checked here for good list but would like to ask first for any recommendation from people here. Doppler's chewing habit is not over yet so we are thinking of the microwavable one, we just don't know if the heat will lasts for the floor is really cold.

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    Re: Recommended bed for winter

    I just had a quick look on the net and found this:

    There are lots of models and manufacturers listed there. Take your pick, according to your specific needs, as you know your dog best. But I suggest one with higher sides, to keep his body warm.

    Hope this helps you!
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    Re: Recommended bed for winter

    Well, warm dry blankets that are washed regularly.

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    Re: Recommended bed for winter

    You can get more variety of heat beds to visit this link. These heated dog bed are perfect for puppies and dogs. It is washable. These beds are not so expensive.
    I hope it is useful for you.

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    Re: Recommended bed for winter

    Hello guys, sorry for just getting back here. LPC I was able to check your link and it really helps us choose one, this is what we got on a good deal:
    Its an orthopedic one with 2 layers of foam, its so large that one time my niece slept next to Doppler on it.

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    Re: Recommended bed for winter

    Oh, glad to help. Your dog is surely going to enjoy such a comfortable bed!

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    Re: Recommended bed for winter

    petshopbuoys offers the warm beds for dogs check it out the wide range collection hope you like it:
    Last edited by LPC; 06-27-2015 at 02:49 PM. Reason: HTML link changed to modified link

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    Re: Recommended bed for winter

    petshopbuoys, welcome to the forum. Please go to the introductions section to say hello to members and tell us a little about yourself and your pets.

    If you look at post no. 6 above, you will see that dopplersfeet has already bought the dog bed he was seeking. However, I suppose that your post could be of interest to others looking for a dog bed. However, kindly note that new members are not allowed to put in HTML links, especially to their own commercial sites. That is why your post was sent for moderation by the system. This is an anti-spam precaution. But as your link is directly relevant to the topic of the thread I have approved it just this once, but in non-html form.

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    Re: Recommended bed for winter

    Some people think this is just a 'cat thing' -but many dogs like to go inside a cave-like bed especially when it's colder weather. My dog always liked her bed to be covered so she could burrow inside it. Then I let her sleep with me in the end, and she always liked to go under the duvet!
    A dog bed with a roof (furry material) might be appreciated by some dogs.
    Last edited by Tobi; 06-27-2015 at 03:53 PM.



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