Orvis dog beds on sale on their website

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  1. Jes72

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    I got two! Saved £259! Brill, many thanks!
     
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    Lovely beds and I've heard great things about them, but way out of my price range unfortunately.
     
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    Umm, exactly how many beds does Charlie have? ;)
     
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    Far too many! None left for us :hmm:
     
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    Well, I might be stocking up for dog #2.....:D:D:D

    If I can even make up my mind as to what breed #2 might be....:D
     
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    Munsterlander!
     
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    At this rate, it will be!

    I briefly considered a deer hound before I realised it wouldn't fit in a large Orvis bed - so that's no good....
     
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    Does anyone have any experience of their durability? Henry has just destroyed yet another 'cheap' bed, in fact he ate George's as well so £80 down the pan again this month. I might just as well go and stand outside Pets at Home and set fire to tenners.

    I would pay more if they lasted.

    Would welcome thoughts on this.
     
  11. JulieT

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    The Orvis beds are extremely well made, and robust - but Orvis don't make any claims that they are chew proof etc. I wouldn't give one to a chewer, they are too expensive. My dog chewed things when he was younger, but not beds. He'd chew other things but the beds always survived. I don't think this is anything to do with the type of bed though!
     
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    Yes there's only green and X large size left in the one if have got!!!!
    I'll let her off though....but only if she definately gets a puppy! :):
     
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    Hee Hee I did get the last two large...
     
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    Would have been perfect for Lilly's birthday NEXT MONTH! :rolleyes::rolleyes:

    (although......OH would have had a fit at the price and green is oh so definitely not our house's favorite colour :D:D he he....)
     
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    They are sage green if that makes you feel any better...
     
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    *sigh* :rolleyes:

    ;)
     
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    Thanks - will persist with his plastic sided one - he is chewing that bit by bit but it is surviving and get extra vetbed to pad it a bit more
     
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    I'm glad I got in there before you, Julie T!
     
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    I do have to point out if you hadn't, you'd be getting the blame for buying the last one! :D
     
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