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Odor resistant dog bed

I have recently acquired a new dog, and I was wondering if anybody has suggestions for a very odor resistant dog bed. I had an old one that has been through about 5 dogs and several cats. Now it has been in a very hot garage, so I am not sure how long it's good for. It had been made by stuffing a big pillow with down/feathers, and I was hoping to get a new one made to last the new dog. Does anyone have a suggestion for something that would be much better? I will be getting one for him, and I am worried about the smell. Also, the pillow is very big, and I am not sure if that would work for the new dog. Does anybody have any suggestions?

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Odor resistant dog bed

I'm sorry your dog has gotten into your old bed. I would have just tossed it in the trash or taken it to the pound. I'd be worried about the smell too since you had a pet stuffed inside it.

If you go with a large size I'd suggest either a Memory-foam (it has a memory to it and makes a very "soft" feel) or just go with one of the many foam pillows that are very odor resistant. They come in many shapes and sizes too. Some that I like are the one where you can flip it over and it becomes a large dog bed. I think you can find those online as well. I'm not sure if it is one or the other, but they both come in a few different sizes.

For the smell, there are "Scent Blockers" (they do not keep odors in, but they block odors), also you could put a drop of essential oils on your old bed, it would absorb into the materials and the smell would be reduced by the time your dog gets into it. There are also products that can be sprayed on or poured into your old bed to keep the odor from getting out of it. The odor-resistant ones are ones where odors are prevented from getting in, and then the odor will not get out of the material once your dog is on it.

There are different types of memory foam and if you do not like the feeling of it, I'd suggest not using it as a dog bed.

I think you will have a hard time getting a dog bed with a memory foam. Some of them are not good for pet owners, as they do not take away pressure from areas on your body. But they are excellent for those who suffer from pressure sores and bedsores (decubitus ulcers), as they help prevent pressure sores and bedsores.

Odor resistant dog bed

I am wondering if the big pillow size is too big for the new dog. He is 6 years old, and is getting old, so I wanted him to have a very good, comfortable bed. He is on a 24 hour kennel/crate rest, so I do not think that he would move around too much. Do you think it would be better to get a smaller dog bed? The pillow was a little over 4 inches thick, and is very large. Thanks,

Odor resistant dog bed

If your dog has been to the vet recently you should have a copy of his health history and know whether your dog is a diabetic or has had any surgery recently.

If you do not know your dog has had any recent surgery and he has had any surgeries recently then I would say that the bed is fine. The pillow is over 6 inches thick. It is very large and should have a very long life.

The odor resistant dog beds are great. I do not like the smell of any of the ones that smell like they would make you sick. The ones that smell like they are natural products have the best odor resistance, but you have to make sure that your dog does not have any skin issues like eczema or something else. It is better to know your dog's skin so that you can treat the areas that your dog could be sensitive to.

If your dog's skin is normal then there is no reason why the bed should have an odor.

I would put a drop of odor fighting oil into it. That is the simplest way to do it, unless you can find a product that can be sprayed on the bed.

There are also odor proof sheets that are sold.

I hope that your dog has a good time in your new dog bed. I wish I had a new one.

Odor resistant dog bed

I have been looking into getting a new dog bed for my 10-year-old boxer, and I'm having trouble finding a good one. My main concern is how long they will last, since we just bought a new house with a garage. He gets pretty filthy, and I am worried about getting a bed that has a lot of chemicals in them and won't last. Do you know of any good ones that are very odor resistant?

Thanks for any help.

Odor resistant dog bed

Well I have a new dog bed that has been through several dogs and several cats. It's only in the garage and hasn't been used in about 2 years. The one I'm getting now is a very large memory foam dog bed that's been in the house for several years. It is an extra large, and I am going to be buying a couple of smaller ones to put on a shelf in the garage so that my boxer won't try to jump into them. I am hoping that these ones can be reused.

Odor resistant dog bed

I have been looking into getting a new dog bed for my 10-year-old boxer, and I'm having trouble finding a good one. My main concern is how long they will last, since we just bought a new house with a garage. He gets pretty filthy, and I am worried about getting a bed that has a lot of chemicals in them and won't last. Do you know of any good ones that are very odor resistant?

Thanks for any help.

It's tough. I would get a "natural" dog bed and


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