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Large Pet Memory Foam Bed - £14.99 @ Aldi

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Temperature and pressure sensitive
Designed to provide orthopaedic and anatomical support for your cat or dog
Moulds to the contours of your pet's body, enhancing and promoting circulation
Can relieve arthritic, rheumatic, hip, joint and/or muscular pains and improve respiratory problems
Hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites
Comes complete with a machine-washable faux suede cover
Available in: Brown or Tan
Size: 1000 x 700mm
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#1
Any idea when this is in store?
#2
Thursday 17th (So tomorrow)

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#3
superfamiking
Thursday 17th (So tomorrow)

Heat added


Have you lost a day, I thought today was Thrusday, plus I see it in store today
#4
Was in store today..
#5
simplyjimbo
superfamiking
Thursday 17th (So tomorrow)

Heat added


Have you lost a day, I thought today was Thrusday, plus I see it in store today



LOL, my bad!........... thought it was wednesday for some reason X)
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I thought these memory foam things were an optional luxury for humans, let alone pets!
#7
is this in all stores does anyone know?
#8
Memory Foam is great for Pet Beds and generally has been expensive to date (£100 for 2" thick). £14.99 looks very low price, maybe worth checking thickness. I would think absolute minimum of 7cm is wanted, maybe stacking two on top of each other to give 10-15cm . . .
#9
Saw these yesterday in Aldi. Very thin with two layers of foam, one is normal foam and the other a top covering of memory foam. No measurements but illustration shows the memory foam bit is the thinner of the two. Plus, cannot remove cover for washing.
suspended#10
So THAT's where I left my labrador!
#11
patr
Saw these yesterday in Aldi. Very thin with two layers of foam, one is normal foam and the other a top covering of memory foam. No measurements but illustration shows the memory foam bit is the thinner of the two. Plus, cannot remove cover for washing.


Temperature and pressure sensitive
Designed to provide orthopaedic and anatomical support for your cat or dog
Moulds to the contours of your pet's body, enhancing and promoting circulation
Can relieve arthritic, rheumatic, hip, joint and/or muscular pains and improve respiratory problems
Hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites
Comes complete with a machine-washable faux suede cover
Available in: Brown or Tan
Size: 1000 x 700mm

Direct LInk - http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/special_buys3_16714.htm

So it would appear that the cover is removeable for washing.

Edited By: scotsann on Dec 17, 2010 13:44
#12
Will this be big enough for an Akita?
#13
What a waste of money. Dogs sleep on concrete just fine.
#14
ThePennyPincher
What a waste of money. Dogs sleep on concrete just fine.


Your dog might, but mine prefers her comfort, especially now she is a 14 year old lady.
Great bed and it gives great support for my Labrador.
#15
ThePennyPincher
What a waste of money. Dogs sleep on concrete just fine.

I couldn't disagree more . . . comment makes me think of a christmas carol by charles dickens . . .

For humans (and dogs have flesh/bone/muscles and nerves too) the medical benifits of memory foam are well proven . . . you can even get the VAT back on (quality) memory foam beds with a suitable note from your doctor.

My only concern is this bed would be better thicker, or doubled up.
#16
simon1966
ThePennyPincher
What a waste of money. Dogs sleep on concrete just fine.




My dog suffers from Arthritis and he is in a lot of pain if he has to sleep on floor without mattress. I would waste my money on the dog painkillers without a proper mattress.
#17
[quote=ThePennyPincher]What a waste of money. Dogs sleep on concrete just fine.[/quo
Would you like to sleep on concrete? Any dog given the choice would choose a mattress. You sound like a very uncaring person - poor dog is all I can say.

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