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Frisco Steel-Framed Elevated Dog Bed

Frisco Steel-Framed Elevated Dog Bed

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    Exactly as I wanted

    By Andy on Apr 22, 2021

    Exactly everything i wanted. It was cheap, durable, easy to put together, and lightweight. Wanted a new bed for my 35lb mutt for in his cage- if you plan on doing the same make sure you measure the cage and plan accordingly. It fit perfectly, the legs stick out further than the actual surface of the Exactly everything i wanted. It was cheap, durable, easy to put together, and lightweight. Wanted a new bed for my 35lb mutt for in his cage- if you plan on doing the same make sure you measure the cage and plan accordingly. It fit perfectly, the legs stick out further than the actual surface of the bed which i expected from the pictures. We've only had it a few days now but I really don't foresee this bed breaking or becoming damaged anytime in the near future. If you're on the fence- buy it. … more

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    A real pain to put together

    By Emily on Apr 29, 2021

    I was very excited for this. We recently built a patio and fire pit area, and the poor dog has been curling up on pea pebbles when we sit out there, which can’t be super comfortable (but he’s a Velcro dog so the grass 5 ft away is too far). This bed looked pretty easy to put together. I initially assembled I was very excited for this. We recently built a patio and fire pit area, and the poor dog has been curling up on pea pebbles when we sit out there, which can’t be super comfortable (but he’s a Velcro dog so the grass 5 ft away is too far). This bed looked pretty easy to put together. I initially assembled it by myself but couldn’t get all four legs to touch the ground. If I pushed one down, the opposite one popped up. In the end, I had to enlist 2 helpers, one who basically laid on it to force all the legs down while we tightened all the screws. Even now, if we don’t do a team lift to move it, one of the legs will go askew. On the plus side, the pup does like it. He still has to be encouraged to hop up on it, but hopefully soon he’ll get the idea and get on it by himself. Once he’s on it, he thinks it’s the best thing ever. … more

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