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Gau

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  1. Totally great, frugal idea! Shadecloth looks exactly like the material they use in the Snooza.. Unfortunately the Snooza D1000 is totally out of my price range.. Although I'm wondering how my wooly dog will cope with a bed that has no airflow! Definitely past the destruction phase. My biggest concern was how it would how up with his weight and all, probably around 25kg, haven't weighed him in a while. Thought maybe the bigger brands would be best in case the generic ones would bend etc.
  2. So dog is about 6, a wooly Husky and just in urban areas of Melbourne. Just making sure, all those beds I've listed come under the "trampoline bed" right? That's what that style refers to? Their coat looks very similar to my wooly Husky however I believe mine has tried fluffy beds before and it becomes WAY too hot for him.. Winter it gets hot already in a bed like that, I can't imagine how summer would be - he is an outdoor dog by the way. That's why I believe airflow was important for him to have.
  3. So Kuranda dog beds are available here but they don't have breathable fabrics available in Australia which is bad because my dog is wooly! In that case, the second option with airflow is Snooza. For sizes, the Kuranda(Large) would be $140, the Snooza(Large/X-Large) would be about ~$100-120. I've seen generic "trampoline" ones like this Bone Designs(Large) for $80 or on Gumtree(X-Large) for $70. So there's a difference in price for generic vs brand name. I think the main difference would be the warranty, for Snooza they have lifetime guarantee on flaws/defects I think and all their parts can be bought separately if it breaks. Otherwise, they all pretty much have the same design - and quality I assume should be pretty good for an otherwise plain design for that price. Any thoughts? Worth just shelling out the extra money to get the Snooza? Thanks
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