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Orthapedic Bed

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by bmxwidow, Aug 8, 2009.


  1. bmxwidow

    bmxwidow PetForums Junior

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    We are considering getting an Orthapedic bed as been told it might help Megan (hip dysplasia).

    Anyone got any views?

    Thanks xx
     
  2. rona

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  3. bmxwidow

    bmxwidow PetForums Junior

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    Bought one today from Pets at Home. Not sure if she'll take to it though, have put it down where her old bed was and she's just sniffed it.

    Seems a bit hard, which I know will be good for her but not sure she'll think so!

    Will see how it goes.
     
  4. bmxwidow

    bmxwidow PetForums Junior

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    Well we came down this morning and she was asleep on her bed :D
     
  5. rona

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    Great, hope it helps :D
    Let me know how it goes, I probably will need one soon for Alf
     
  6. RebeccaArmstrong

    RebeccaArmstrong PetForums Senior

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    Hello
    I have an orthopaedic bed for my staffie who has muscle problems and he loves it. I have a memory foam one and he sleeps soundly in it all night - i would definitely recommend them as they support the joints and remove 'pressure points' which cause the dog to keep moving around to get comfortable.

    I believe in these so much that i stock them through my business (my website is launching soon) and i would be happy to offer a discount for pet forum members :)

    Sorry for the plug there!! seriously no matter where you get one they are definitely worth getting!
    Becky
     
  7. rona

    rona Guest

    Thanks Becky :)
     
  8. james1

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    They are good and considering they are one thing you really dont ever buy its worth getting one I think :)
     
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