Saturday, 19 March 2016

Orthopaedic memory Foam Beds

I got two orthopaedic memory foam dog bed pads the other day.  Mainly for Polly, as it should help her Arthritis.  They have a washable cover and the memory foam is in a waterproof wipeable cover.

They were vacuum packed, so I had to leave them to plump up.



Honey investigated.



Just look at the excitement.




The new pads are now in the rigid beds, but Honey chose to lay on one of the old pad.



Polly was happy to lay on the floor.



Finally Polly is happy with the new pads and decides to cuddle her Winnie the Pooh.




Hope you have a lovely weekend.

Don't forget to hug your hound/s.

8 comments:

  1. It is so funny how we all get used to what we know and don't want to try new things. LOL I am glad Polly finally used the new pad. :-)
    April

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  2. April, Both my girls are now using the new Orthopaedic dog beds.

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  3. Interesting to hear about these beds. DD was having acupuncture and some kind of radiation laser treatment on her poochies with arthritis. Will have to see if she knows about this kind of bed. Enjoyed seeing the girls interact with their new sleeping arrangements. These poochies are so cute! Good luck, and hope it helps with the aches. TFS & Have a wonderful week.

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  4. MaryH, The orthopaedic memory foam dog beds are made by Scruffs. My girls have got use to them now. Anything that might help Polly with her Arthritis is worth a try. These beds usually retail at around £40, but I got them for £20.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. Ha, change is something pups don't like. They have to investigate and smell everything out before they trust something new. Hopefully they will use the beds and feel better for them. You are such a good Mama to these lucky girls.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  6. Sue, My girls seem to like the beds now. Wondering whether to get another two for the two dog beds in the bedroom.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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  7. We purchased one of those for our German Shepard but he adamantly refused to use it. Our friend's dogs are snuggle up on it -- so it found where it needed to be. I wonder if the scent of the memory foam displeased him. Maybe it was the noise? Or maybe he just prefers his rugs LOL

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  8. Donna, the smell soon went when I got the beds out of the vacuum pack. I think with my girls not being that heavy, it took a bit for them to realise they would slowly sink into the memory foam as they layed on it. I have blankets on top of the bed, as my girls like to nest.

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