Been thinkin'. Temps here in AZ are pushing 100* pretty hard and our Pit is starting to sleep on the hard tile floor in the entry-way instead of on our bed or his, probably because the tile is cool. Is there such a thing as a cool dog waterbed? We just threw out a catalog the size of the yellow pages that had none advertised but pages of other wacko stuff. I thought about letting him sleep on the water bed in the spare room but when it would start to make waves, he'd be outta there. It wouldn't take a rocket scientist to design one. With all the reticules stuff for sale for our pets, I wonder why there are no water beds. Or maybe dog folks that live in normal climates would think this is reticules scrap... I envy folks that live in normal climantes...
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2003 Sierra SP 26'Toy Hauler
1997 F-350, PSD, 4X4, red Crew Cab, long bed.
2007 Arctic Cat Prowler, Arctic Cat 500
I had one of those (around 8 years ago) for my sweet Gabby. She LOVED laying on it during the summer. It had cushion for her elderly bones and was the cool spot she was needing on those hot humid Texas days.
Cat (Jim just reads the forum once in a while)
2003 Damon Ultrasport 3873
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Boat = ProCraft Fish & Ski
Working our way toward retirement...wishing it was soon.