Diesel

What is a good crate pad that is harder to destroy

I am looking for a good crate pad that Diesel will have a harder time destroying. he is getting better so i just one that will last longer. I am wanting to get him one because he is getting sores on his elbows


Asked by Diesel on Nov 25th 2009 Tagged cratepads, durablecratepads in Beds
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Miss Priss

How about going to the Salvation Army store or another Used Stuff type of store for sheets and blankets. I get many nice blankets for VERY little money. I place them in the crates and don't mind they getting damaged. I just get rid of it and put a new one in.
I pay 2-4.00 for a big blanket or 1.00-2 for a nice thick sheet set.
Just an idea...
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Miss Priss answered on 11/25/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Aster

I have heard of a ''vet bed'' material, but know little of it. If you found it, you could try it.

I have found the best thing is just the plain crate floor. Bedding may even make the crate too warm. Often dogs choose the coolness of a hard surface. Having watched the places they choose to sleep when out of their crate, I have suggested it is cruel to make a Lab sleep on a smooth, soft surface.


Aster answered on 11/25/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Dieta

www.rayallen.com/product/k-9_deployment_mat/Canine_Protection

This is the hardest material i know of and then it has foam inside. I would give this a try


Dieta answered on 11/27/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Guest

Try k9 ballistics tuff crate pad


Member 1107064 answered on 4/22/12. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer