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Plastic Dog bed (HUGE) and stair gate - FREE

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by TabbyRoad, Aug 11, 2009.


  1. TabbyRoad

    TabbyRoad Banned

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    If anyone lives in or near North London and would like or knows of anyone who would like a very large plastic dog bed and/or a stair gate please let me know.

    Our dog HATED the plastic bed and we no longer use the stair gate. We have 2 gates but would like to keep one just in case.

    Both are pictured below.

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    The bed is plenty big for a dog of labrador size, maybe even bigger. We don't have the plastic bits for the bottom that keep it from slipping but that could be easily remedied.

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  2. sequeena

    sequeena PetForums VIP

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    I wish I was closer! I have one of those stairgates already but could do with another. Brand new they cost almost £40 :eek:
     
  3. TabbyRoad

    TabbyRoad Banned

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    That's a shame :( They're not cheap so hopefully someone will get some more use out of it. If only we had known our puppy would be a little freak and learn "stay" as early as she did :D
     
  4. sequeena

    sequeena PetForums VIP

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    I bought it for my GSD when she was 8 weeks, the only time we really used it is when she needed a time out :rolleyes: She's 9 months now and in her first season so she is very grumpy and I'm back to using it again :laugh:
     
  5. louisehall21

    louisehall21 PetForums Junior

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    pity i am not close could do with one for my foster dogs. do you not have a rescue near to you that could use them just a thought if your giving it away free why not to a rescue.
     
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