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Dog bed with removable cover

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Looking for a dog bed which has a removable washable cover - does anyone have any recommendations? Thanks in advance Read More
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4m, 1w agoPosted 4 months, 1 week ago
Looking for a dog bed which has a removable washable cover - does anyone have any recommendations?

Thanks in advance
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4m, 1w agoPosted 4 months, 1 week ago
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#1
I buy carpet samples for £1-2 then throw them out when needed.
Not an answer to your question but an alternative.
#2
redcantona
I buy carpet samples for £1-2 then throw them out when needed.
Not an answer to your question but an alternative.


Why do you throw them out when needed?
#3
I bought a large dog bed which has a paw print on and is basically a big zip up padded rectangle stuffed with a inner bag of stuffing.. it was £4 and they sell them in every local market I've ever been to. They are big and puffy at first but after a while they go flat abit flatter so I stuffed a couple of cushions in there that I was going to throw away and it's brought it back to being very full and comfy for pooch and he's had that about a year or so now.. not sure if you have local markets like this in your area but for £4 for over a year of dog bed I think it's a bargain lol.
Ps cover zips off and goes straight in washer :)
#4
Make them yourself :)

Or get a friend who can sew to make one!

I made this for a friend's new puppy

http://i1168.photobucket.com/albums/r485/sicklysweetphotos/JHT/1171D0CC-DF71-41FF-8CBB-B1093A4273A6_zpsv6vbtof4.jpg

Use a king size duvet for the filling & make sure there's at least 4x 10+ tog layers and then overlock the sides :)

EDIT: in the making!

http://i1168.photobucket.com/albums/r485/sicklysweetphotos/JHT/795DDBFB-5A82-467B-9B1C-E56741CC5065_zpsqwgaopus.jpg


Edited By: sicklysweet on Mar 19, 2017 01:48: Edit
#5
philhib1964
redcantona
I buy carpet samples for £1-2 then throw them out when needed.
Not an answer to your question but an alternative.

Why do you throw them out when needed?


Probably when muddy/smelly.

I wash my dogs beds every 2 or 3 months, but in the past (before making them) I got so irritated that even expensive beds weren't washable. It makes no sense to me!

I make my dog beds so fluffy, with a waterproof fabric cover and then a pretty personalised cover.

By using the waterproof fabric then if the dogs come back muddy etc then the filling stays fresh & nice.
#6
I use the duvet and home made cover method. I don't use a King size but a double as I find that easier to wash in the machine. Pretty pointless not washing the inner if you are washing the cover.
#7
My dog has 3 beds scattered about the house but my favourite for keeping clean is her hik9 bed. You can get different washable covers for it,this one is the fleece :)

http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii85/hmfleming/E1E9358C-9CE2-491B-8FAD-955E66E1A4AC_zpsmixhvwi0.jpg
#8
danish designs do some nice ones
#9
sicklysweet
Make them yourself :)
Or get a friend who can sew to make one!
I made this for a friend's new puppyhttp://i1168.photobucket.com/albums/r485/sicklysweetphotos/JHT/1171D0CC-DF71-41FF-8CBB-B1093A4273A6_zpsv6vbtof4.jpg
Use a king size duvet for the filling & make sure there's at least 4x 10+ tog layers and then overlock the sides :)
EDIT: in the making!http://i1168.photobucket.com/albums/r485/sicklysweetphotos/JHT/795DDBFB-5A82-467B-9B1C-E56741CC5065_zpsqwgaopus.jpg
Wow I love this, you've made it look so simple and it looks really lovely.. I'm gonna give this a go! Where did you get the ribbon with the name on from? And the material looks really good quality.. you've inspired me! Thanks <3
#10
sicklysweet
philhib1964
redcantona
I buy carpet samples for £1-2 then throw them out when needed.
Not an answer to your question but an alternative.

Why do you throw them out when needed?


Probably when muddy/smelly.

I wash my dogs beds every 2 or 3 months, but in the past (before making them) I got so irritated that even expensive beds weren't washable. It makes no sense to me!

I make my dog beds so fluffy, with a waterproof fabric cover and then a pretty personalised cover.

By using the waterproof fabric then if the dogs come back muddy etc then the filling stays fresh & nice.


Think that joke when right over your head

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