My Doberman (puppy from the hot place) likes to eat beds. If he was the only dog I had I would just not allow him a bed, but I have two other dogs that need the comfort of a bed. So any recommendation for a very chew resistant bed?
They have a 1200D that is pretty durable (That fabric is also used in their horse blankets). My mom has 7 large dogs (Pit, Collie X, Rotti X, Chesapeake, Golden, Lab, Pointer) and 2 of the XL plaid beds. They have yet to tear them up (and they play rough!). She puts hers outside on the deck because they seem to hold up to the constant wet/muddy dogs (kiddie pools always full) . I have one on order for my new Pointer (he's already eaten 2 fleece beds).
Kuranda beds!! They not only are "chew proof" but if your dog does destroy it they replace it!! They are't the squishy type, but because they are elevated they still offer great support. I just throw a fleece blanket over mine if I want it to look "pretty" for company.
4th vote for Kuranda. My little girl obliterated the Kong bed in a matter of minutes. Kuranda is really the only "chew-proof" dog bed. Some dogs never grow out of their want to shred. Mine are 2-1/2 years old, and they still enjoy shredding or "killing" their beds. That's why they only have beds outside of their crates and are monitored. (And they both get plenty of exercise and daily enrichment!)
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