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05-04-2010 01:02 PM
stampysmam
Re: Wainwright's Anti-Chew Premium bed - more advice needed!

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Originally Posted by mylabs
i have 2 labs i paid 220 quid so they got a bed and cover each. wainwrights anti chew load of rubbish. 4 weeks there is nothing left of either bed or either cover. my advice stay clear save your cash
If you have kept your reciept you can have a full replacement, even if its all chew toys, Its so annoying that they chew everything, Duke chewed through five crates and a kennel and run.
05-04-2010 12:57 PM
stampysmam
wainwright dog beds

Hiya I have bought two of these beds one was for my lab Duke (who sadly passed away) and one for my german shepherd. Duke was a massive chewer, he'd even chew through kong toys, he didn't however chew these beds for some reason, but pets at home will refund or replace these beds if they do get chewed as they're under guarantee and are supposed to be chew proof!
15-11-2008 06:03 PM
mylabs
Re: Wainwright's Anti-Chew Premium bed - more advice needed!

i have 2 labs i paid 220 quid so they got a bed and cover each. wainwrights anti chew load of rubbish. 4 weeks there is nothing left of either bed or either cover. my advice stay clear save your cash
31-08-2008 10:40 PM
Sir_Rufus LOL Lesley! I'm wondering if he'll shift his chewing focus to something else, now his bed isn't as chewable!

Thanks for the pics Fiona. Pooe Pasco, I hope he gets better soon. I can't find your post about it right now - how long does he have to be on crate rest?

I thought about just putting vetbed and nothing else in the crate, but I thought it would be a bit empty, if you know what I mean. He seemed okay with it last night, but we'll see how it goes this week. I'm still finding those wretched polystyrene balls all over the place!

Your Hudson's so cute! He looks really sleepy in that picture, as if to say 'ugh, not another photo'!
31-08-2008 12:09 PM
Feebarn ok, taken 10 minutes ago.



perla and crate, note bed is empty! :roll: :lol:



Close up of damage to Perla by Pasco



Bonus Hudson piccie

31-08-2008 11:43 AM
Feebarn i never tried to put the perla bed in the crate :? Just put the vet bed in. I should take a pic and show you. We have wee Pasco on forced crate rest since he hurt his leg.
31-08-2008 11:19 AM
Ockey Hi Ruth

If he's only 3 months old don't hold your breath, mines 14 months old, but it does get better, just on running off with tea towels and shoes now.

Good luck, but they are worth it.

Lesley
30-08-2008 10:10 PM
BabyElephant
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Originally Posted by Sir_Rufus
Wowee BabyElephant - that bed looks as good, if not better, than a shop bought one! What did you fill it with?
The ones I posted are filled with normal cushion filling - BUT I have revised my design over time! I still have the chequered one with that type of filling but my latest design have quilt inners. They seem to last better and they wash better than the cushion filling stuff. It does mean they don't plump up as much but the dogs don't seem to mind.
30-08-2008 03:11 PM
Sir_Rufus The Perla bed saga continues. Returned the hoooge one and got a smaller one. Guess what? It's still slightly too big, but it goes nicely at an angle, so tough, it's staying put.

I picked up some vet bed and was soooo tempted by the snuggly cushions that I nearly caved in. They were only 8. But then the voice of reality in my head reminded me that it might only last a night.

Hudson's investigated the new sleeping arrangements and rather than lay down and demonstrate how lovely and snuggly it is he just sat there saying 'what? it's just a bed. chill out love.'

Ockey, I'm going to hold off buying anymore beds until he's past this must chew everything stage. It does pass doesn't it? 8O

He's 3 months and 1 week Fiona. He looks quite big for his age. His sisters are now the weight he was when he first came home! And if one more person says to me 'oh look at the size of his paws, he's going to be a big boy' I'll take a swing at them!
30-08-2008 01:54 PM
Feebarn How old is Hudson now?
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