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    Default Re: So much for that

    @TheLost I'm stealing your idea lol


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    Default Re: So much for that

    It sounds like I'm not the only bullie owner with this problem lol


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    Default Re: So much for that

    Quote Originally Posted by Rural mystic View Post
    After going through about 3 beds, all torn into and the stuffing pulled out, I took Davidh's advice and only put a couple of towels in the crate. Then a few months ago I placed a kitchen mat in the crate for a little padding which lasted about a month or less before he tore it up. Most recently I purchased a denim cover and put an old blanket inside the cover. So far, about 3 weeks, it has held up. We shall see.
    Update: So much for that as well. The newest denim cover has been chewed open and the zipper destroyed. Ace liked the new bed which was obvious and certainly more comfortable than a towel on the plastic crate bottom. But other than through the night in which all went well, during the day while at work the boredom I guess was too much and he chewed a few holes into the cover which I sewed up and then he chewed the zipper until it was destroyed.

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    Default Re: So much for that

    I have a crate pad in Tucker's crate. Before that he just had an old towel, because it was easy to clean and not a big deal to replace. After spending the money on a crate pad I noticed he started chewing and scratching at it like crazy. I put a towel back over it and he has been fine ever since. As long as he has his towel covering it he is good to go, but without it I am sure my Kong crate pad would not have lasted the first weekend

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