Cooper has had his for over 4 years and uses it all the time
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Wow, nice job on the cots. I have some very similar to these that I use at home, on the deck. I like the fold up ones for camping - they take up less room.
Another use for your type of cots -- I had a dog that was paralyzed a number of years ago. He recovered, but he wasn't supposed to be jumping on and off of furniture. Now my dogs are lap dogs, and they want to be where I am. I set a cot like you make, up in front of the sofa, to make like a step so he could get up and down without the jarring jump. He lived to a ripe old age without any recurrence.
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From most of the posts on this forum I doubt you'll get any takers here. None give the impression that their pets are spoiled, pampered, babied, etc. They probably wouldn't be interested in providing a fancy bed.. ... Yeah right.......... That's one great looking dog. He has that "I'm the boss" appearance and he no doubt is....
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Our dog doesn't get on, or sleep on, the furniture. Nor has she shown any inclination to - just not much of a jumper. But when camping, we take the fleecy bed thing out of her crate, and she'll sleep on that. It's like a security blanket for her (having her own bed). And it's lightweight and easy to just toss on our bed when travelling.