Oh no I would have freaked out too! I'm so glad to hear he didn't break anything. Looks like you have some great solutions to the problem, I hope they work so you don't have ditch your nice bed
"Looking at a bulldog is said to cure the worse of the blues, living with one, serves to prevent them!" -Author unknown
He seems unaffected...............
looks like everbody has given you the solutions hun, or.......... you could let Vagas have all the bed to himself glad he appears ok
Maybe it is even possible to just put a 2x4 piece of wood, apply wood glue and screw it into the inside of the bedframe... basically making the frame thicker so it fits snug into the mattress.
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Wow that made my heart race a little bit when I read your first post!! I am so glad he is OK, and by the video he seems to be walking OK. I think the foam idea used for couches and chairs is an excellent idea!! I would not care what it looked like if it was to save him from doing this again. No one even goes into our bedroom but Joe and I, well and of course VegasB.
I'm so proud we have such smart and caring EBN members. Hugs and kisses to you all!
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Last edited by Fontanafox; 09-15-2011 at 05:17 PM.
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You could even cover the foam with cotton sheeting with stick on Velcro to make it look decent and protect the foam. (sort of like having baby crib bumper pads stuck inside the cracks) Cut a sheet or some cotton fabric a bit larger than the foam. Fold the fabric over the foam like wrapping a package, hold seams together with the Velcro.
Worst comes to worst put plywood under your mattress with a hole cut out for the mattress lol
I was thinking possibly 2x4's also around the base of the frame and then the foam on top of it. You would most likely just need to do corners right? I am so glad he is okay I am sure you were worried.
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