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life of a sling bed
October 19, 2012
The metal legs/frame last but the screws holding them together rust quickly and the bed falls apart. The screws go into a wooden plug, which rots with damp weather exposure, thereby making the screws useless and the unit can't be replaced. The fabric doesn't hold up well to even small dogs as they can dig through it fairly quickly, about after a month's use. I keep the beds outdoors at all times which perhaps shortens the life of the screws and fabric.
- Lightweight when needing to be moved.
- Legs falling apart due to rusted screws and rotted wood where the screws attach.
June 22, 2012
I would suggest ptuting money ONTO your account at your clinic as a safety net, that way if you need food or medical care for them the money is already there ready for you in case of an emergency. Next time your in for something ask if you can put an additional $20 dollars (or whatever you have available) on there, i know my vet clinic allows it, maybe yours does too.
By j b.
February 4, 2011
Awesome bed for the money, last way longer than regular beds, buying a second one for our new rescue today. Easy to clean and resist odor