How to clean your dog beds. Part one

We are always told how easy it is to look after and maintain our wide range of dog beds. In this article series i am going to go over some of the different products in our range and how best to keep them looking great 24 hours a day 365 days a year.

I will start with our Wipe Clean Mattress Dog Bed. These beds are so easy to maintain, for example if you have been out in the wet muddy weather and your dog comes in, he may head straight for his dog bed. If he is tired he snuggles down for a nap and he will be so comfortable and snug that you will not want to wake him. You can quite happily let him sleep off his walk as you know that when he awakens you are most definitely not going to be left with a soggy dog bed that the wetness has soaked through and the inner stuffing has gone all lumpy and smelly. Our Wipe Clean Dog Beds are  fully encased in an acrylic coated polyester originating from the marine industry and designed for protection under wet conditions. The mud will have just dried up on top of the bed so it is simple to just hoover off the excess dried mud and dog hair and then wipe it down with any house hold cleaner. You can do this as much or as little as you feel necessary for day to day freshness. The Wipe Clean Dog Bed is also fantastic for spot cleaning, if your dog is particularly slobbery you can just wipe up the slob as and when it occurs. This bed is also recommended if you have an older perhaps slightly incontinent dog. If you put a towel under the bed the urine will run off on to the towel and you can throw it in the washing machine it will not soak in to the bed or if it is just tiny spots or dribbles you can just spay and wipe them up as you go.

Cleaning a Wipe Clean Mattress Dog Bed with soapy water

Cleaning a Wipe Clean Mattress Dog Bed with soapy water

When it is a lovely day outside and you are doing a more intense clean, for example i usually do this when I am cleaning the floors in the kitchen where the dog beds are but this could be a weekly or monthly job. My favourite intense dog bed cleaning session is when spring has sprung. We don’t get such good oppertunities to get the dog beds outside to scrub over dark wet muddy winters. The dog beds get lined up against the wall I then boil the kettle or use really hot tap water and pour it all into a bucket. Then I add some Techwash from Nikwax into the bucket (you can use any liquid soap of your choice) put on thick rubber gloves so as not to burn your hands and use a sponge to wash the bed all over.

Hosing the soap off your Wipe Clean Mattress Dog Bed

Hosing the soap off your Wipe Clean Mattress Dog Bed

After you have worked the soap all over your dog bed it is so simple to just grab the hose and hose off the soap.

As this is the Wipe Clean Dog Bed all that you need to do after this stage is grab a towel and dry off the excess water, there is no need to leave a Wipe Clean Dog Bed to air dry as it the water just runs off it and is almost instantly dry. This leaves your dog beds looking like they are brand new ready for the next muddy walk.

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Dog Beds in the Summer

There is no greater feeling then when spring is moving in to summer. For humans we start to throw open our front doors the house gets cleaned from top to bottom you can keep up with the washing and life seems happy. Dogs wake up eager on their dog beds in the morning looking at you with longing in their eyes watching to see if you are going to put your hiking boots on and get their leads looked out.

It is great to get out first thing in the morning, the sun is shining and the light is great and quite often there is not another should to be seen. Bliss. Upon returning home the first thing my dog wants is a drink and then to go outside and relax.

In summers days the dogs have a choice of dog beds to lay on the decking. They have a Durasoft Nest Dog Bed in the kennel but quite often in the summer this wouldn’t be their first option. A great option for warm days lounging on the patio is a Wipe Clean Mattress Dog Bed these are smooth, easy to wipe clean fully waterproof dog beds. Hairs never stick to this fabric, it feels like a waxed jacket, yet it has plenty of grip for your dog. With time and use it becomes softer like a subtle leather without losing its waterproof excellence.

You can add an optional soft cover to your Dog Bed also. We have some fantastic Summer Mattress Dog Bed Covers for light summer use. We supply these light covers in brushed polyester. They provide a cooler covering of the Tuffie Dog Bed for the warmer part of the year. The other cover we would recommend for summer days is the Twill Mattress Dog Bed Cover. Our Twill cover provides you with a nice, light summer cover without a fur-pile. This means that it is light and not too warm, and it is also very easy to wash and dry. It is made from 100% Cotton, so your dog will not be too warm on this.

Another product that works great outdoors in the summer is our Raised Tuffies Dog Bed. The ultimate in easy cleaning combined with uncompromising dog comfort. The plastic bed is raised 15cm off the ground. It has a Luxury Fleece Liner fitted as standard with an extra pad inside to add to the appeal. The Liners are hooked on at the front easily and fit snug on to the bed.

So that’s the dogs sorted in the garden now to relax on the sun lounger with a cold glass of Pimm’s. When it starts cooling down and tummy’s start to rumble, or when you hear the EastEnders theme tune and it’s time to retire for the evening remember to take your dog beds indoors, especially if you live on the British Isles as chances are there could be a thunder storm through the night and although the dog beds are Waterproof they could be damaged by water seeping into the stitching and should never be submerged.

 

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Dog Beds for Older Dogs

When your beloved dog enters his twilight years he may start needing a little extra care and comfort. He may have joint problems and you may start to notice it takes him just a little bit longer each morning to get up off his dog bed. He may have one of our standard nest dog beds and he may start to struggle to get in now when he used to do flying leaps into the nest the previous year.

We now have an easy access nest that has been designed to incorporate a dropped down section at the front so old arthritic hounds can just step into the dog bed and snuggle down for the night. These beds are great, the dogs are still able to curl up inside the bed and also can still rest their heads on the side of the nest so they don’t miss out on anything going on around them. They fully exclude draughts from open doors and are totally insulated from the floor as there is a removable futon type cushion inside that stays fresh and never goes flat or lumpy. The Nest Dog Bed comes fitted with a luxury fleece cushion cover. These are removable and very easy to wash at 40 degrees. They are also very soft and keep your dog lovely and cosy in the cold winter months.

Easy Access Tuffies Nest Dog Bed in Durasoft Chocolate with a Tweed Luxury Fleece Nest Cushion Cover.

Easy Access Tuffies Nest Dog Bed in Durasoft Chocolate with a Tweed Luxury Fleece Nest Cushion Cover.

Our other option for older dogs is our Mattress Dog Bed. These come in a variety of sizes, so whether you have a Tiny Pomeranian or a Giant Great Dane we have a size that would be perfect for any dog. We even offer a bespoke service and can make beds to fit the rear of your truck, a crate or a funky shaped kennel. Our Mattress Dog Beds along with all our other dog beds contain a substantial futon mattress based on polyester hollow fibre. This mattress supports your dog’s joints to perfection and gives 100% insulation from any cold floor. The futon channels mean that nothing moves, or lumps and the thick insulation remains intact year in year out. Inside our dog beds nothing moves, clumps or flattens. The mattress beds are great for older dogs as they are approximately 4.5″ thick so the dog can simply step on to the bed. The dog is then free to sprawl out across the bed. The Mattress Dog Beds are great additions in summer months as the dog can feel cool whilst lounging. Then when the winter months come around you can add one of our optional luxury fleece covers for more comfort and warmth. Or indeed if he really likes to snuggle up we can offer you our optional Tunnel Dog Bed Cover. These have been a great hit with Dalmatians, Vizslas, Whippets and Daschunds as they always seem to like to be under the covers. The Tunnel Cover is also made from our Luxury Fleece material, especially commissioned by Tuffies at the fleece manufacturers. When you pop one of our waterproof dog beds inside the cover, it closes like a pillow-case and stays in place no matter how much your dog moves around.

Tippex the German Wirehaired Pointer in a Tuffies Optional Tunnel Cover for a Mattress Dog Bed

Tippex the German Wirehaired Pointer in a Tuffies Optional Tunnel Cover for a Mattress Dog Bed

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How to get rid of cat wee on your dog bed

It is a question we are quite often asked here at Tuffies. Our cat has urinated on the dog bed, how do we get rid of the smell!

The problem with cat urine is that it only really gives a bad smell when it is left unnoticed. Cats tend to mark their territory outside the litter box, be it on the carpet, in hidden corners or indeed on the dogs bed.  After a while, the bacteria in the urine decomposes and gives off an ammonia-like odor. Older animals have kidneys that have lost some of their efficiency and, as a consequence, older animals tend to have the worst smelling urine. Adding to the stench are the powerful hormones that cats eliminate when they pee. Unless male cats are neutered, their urine signals other males to stay away and lets females know they’re around.

So here we have the Tuffies top tip guide to eliminating cat wee!

Here’s a good homemade solution: mix a water and vinegar solution. Vinegar is great for killing bacteria. This mixture is perfect for both old and new stains. Try 1 of warm water and a 1 cup of vinegar. Pour this concoction over the stain on the dog bed and soak for about 3 to 5 minutes. There’s nothing like good all-purpose baking soda. After the water and vinegar solution is dry, sprinkle the area with baking soda. How much is enough? A lot. Once the spot’s good and dry, vacuum the excess baking soda. If the stain is extremely tough, repeat the entire process again.

One more homemade solution which may not be as fantastic for your dog bed but for sure if the wee has gone into concrete or other hard floors, mix two drops of dishwashing detergent with 2 cups hydrogen peroxide and 2 teaspoons of baking soda. Place all ingredients into a spray bottle and gently mix until the baking soda dissolves. Spray the mixture directly on the urine spots and allow to dry overnight. The mixture is freshest and most effective when used within an hour of mixing.

Before using hydrogen peroxide to treat urine stains on your dog bed test a hidden area to make sure it will not remove the color. While the odor is offensive, a polka dot dog bed may not be the look you are going for. You may need to try another one of our odor eliminating methods.

Another great way to clean up cat urine odors is to use an enzyme-based product that breaks down the bacteria and neutralizes the odor. You can buy this urine odor removal product online or at pet stores. You may need to treat the area with a product more than once. Saturate the area with the urine odor removal product. Blot it and let it air dry. Treat again.

Lastly if it is only on one of our optional covers andyou can get the affected dog bed into a washing machine then you can  simply add ¼ cup of cider vinegar along with your normal laundry detergent, start the washer and VOILA!

What not to use on cat wee.

Bleach. Bleach will not eliminate the smell of cat urine. It simply disinfects. Bleach is also harmful to breathe, and it’s toxic for your pets aswell. 

Ammonia. This is also on the list of things not to use to clean up cat urine. That’s because cat urine has an ammonia odor. Ammonia will make it smell worse. And whatever you do, don’t ever combine bleach with ammonia or you could die from inhaling the fumes. Mixing bleach and ammonia is extremely dangerous.

My last and favourite tip for getting rid of cat urine odours is simple. Get rid of the cat and stick to dogs!

 

 

 

 

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Atlas is one Such Rescue dog

In a previous article we spoke about the process of bringing home the new rescue dog. By nature, most rescue dogs are older than just the 8 weeks when pups are normally taken from their mum. Rescues tend to have been tried in one home, where they turned out not to be suitable for one reason or another and they are therefore older by the time they get their, hopefully, forever-home. This was the case with Atlas. He was born here along with his eight siblings and sold to someone who was wanting a dark coloured German Wirehaired Pointer for the purpose of stalking. When you stalk with a dog they are useful in case you can’t find the shot deer, which is often a problem in the summer, where they can fall in tall grass and be surprisingly difficult to find without a dog. So I thought Atlas was going to the perfect home. However, after two years I heard that he was not being used much and the person did not want him anymore. I kept one puppy for my self and did not want another dog, but…….

I realised that Atlas was in fact sitting in a cold, exposed kennel with just a wooden box for shelter and no dog bed for insulation other than a bare plastic bed. He had calluses on his elbows due to the lack of padding. He has never had a waterproof dog bed to lie on, which would have been ideal in an outdoor kennel, but luckily he was quite fat, so that must have saved him through the winter.

When I picked him up I got someone to drive while I sat in the back of the truck on the bespoke dog bed with Atlas. He had never been used to cars, so he was frightened, but after about 20 minutes I produced a little bit of cheese and that was it. I fed him little pieces all the way home and cuddled him. He stank of kennel and cleaning fluids, but I was quite happy with that. Sitting in the back of a truck I realised how much you get thrown around and how important a good, bouncy dog bed is. Because the bespoke dog bed obviously fits perfectly, there is less sliding about and there is also a Fluffie Tuffie Cover on this particular one, which gives great grip.

Little cheese bits always help:

Atlas likes little bits of cheese.

Atlas likes little bits of cheese.

Here we are, Atlas and I bonding….

Atlas and I sitting in the back of the pick-up.

Atlas and I sitting in the back of the pick-up.

 

When we got out of the car Atlas was frightened of the white lines on the road and he got a shock when he saw a road sign. He has never been properly socialised or been out-and-about.

Atlas looking rough when we got him.

Atlas looking rough when we got him.

Meeting the other dogs was thankfully much easier and it didn’t take him long to be happy with them.

He has the most gorgeous and soft temperament. His attitude to dog beds, however, is a result of never having been treated to one. I find him, sometimes thrilled to be able to enjoy a nest dog bed with the full cover, but at other times he seems to choose the hard floor as the most natural place for him to rest.

Atlas in a dog bed nest looking surprised.

Atlas in a dog bed nest looking surprised.

Whenever I sit down, Atlas is there to say hello.

Atlas sleeping beside the dog bed on the floor.

Atlas sleeping beside the dog bed on the floor.

But ALWAYS, when I am around, he wants me to touch him.

Atlas always looking for a clap.

Atlas always looking for a clap.

 

 

 

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Bringing a Rescue Dog Home

One of the most important days of your rescue dog’s life is the day he comes home with you. This may usually be as an eight-week-old puppy, but in certain circumstances this could be an older rescue dog.

I personally think that there is much, much more preparation needed when you are rescuing a dog. In some situations, you may not know the dogs history, you may not know why it was in a shelter, how it behaves or if it has any long lasting issues. You may just know that as soon as you saw its little doe eyes and felt it’s wet nose on your cheek that it was coming home with you.

You need to get your new best friend back to his forever home. Some people find that getting made to measure crates in the rear of their car are a fantastic addition and are also great for the safety of your dog while travelling. Tuffies makes made to measure dog beds to fit all sizes and types of cages as shown in the photo below.

Bespoke Dog Beds in the rear of Subaru Forester

Bespoke Dog Beds in the rear of Subaru Forester

Once your new dog is home you need to access the sleep situation. If you rescued him from a shelter he may be used to sleeping on his own bespoke dog bed in a crate during the night? This may also be a good idea if you don’t know for sure the dogs’ history. He may be slightly destructive and pick things up to chew through the night? But sometimes dogs just prefer to have their own little space that they can call their own and just feel safe and secure in a crate.

Bespoke Dog Bed for a Crate

Bespoke Dog Bed for a Crate

Your new dog could also suffer from separation anxiety in which case you may both feel better if he sleeps at your bedside in a new nest dog bed. These are great as they have supportive sides that exclude any draughts. They also help your dog to feel safe and secure and fantastic when they are extremely tired but still want to know what’s going on around them as they can use the sides as a head rest without them losing shape or going flat.

Collie on Nest Dog Bed With Optional Nest Cover

Collie on Nest Dog Bed With Optional Nest Cover

Once your new addition has settled in and you are in a routine it’s time to get out and explore your new surroundings. Get your hiking boots on grab the dogs lead and head for the hills! Spend time getting to know each other and really start to bond. This can lead to some great adventures until you find out your fast friend has a fascination for peat bogs!

Tippex in a Peat Bog

Tippex in a Peat Bog

This may seem like a great plan at the time until you get them home. This is when you find out that the best purchase you made was the wipe clean dog bed. They can jump on it rumble about make it all smelly and muddy and all you need to do it wipe it down with hot soapy water and its like brand new!

So your all kitted out. All thats’s left to do is enjoy the rest of your lives together.

 

 

 

 

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Taking Photos of Dog Beds

Our Spring this year is being filled with taking a whole new portfolio of photographs for our new website. Every day we are taking a new set of photos. Once we have our range of dog beds made we take them all over from the workshop and into the studio. This is when the fun really starts.

We often take our website photos with the German Wirehaired Pointers so well-known at Tuffies HQ. Gollum, Gaia and young Pontus are usually able to strike a vogue like pose on command but believe me they sometimes have off days and diva tantrums that would make Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss proud. Pontus below recently proved this when we took photos of him on our Luxury Fleece Cover As he got on he gave us that look that says, “no thanks, not today” and immediately started going around and round in circles and kicked his legs in the air. We then decided to take photos of the Durasoft Nest Dog Beds next, these are by far the most time consuming as we have a vast selection of different colour combinations. Once those were done we invited long serving super model Gaia in for her shoot. Gaia strutted in as if to say “don’t worry guys I got this” super keen and always ready to please. Gaia hopped into the dog bed and straight away lay down looked at luise as if to say “I’m ready for my close up” at which point Luise got ready for the shot, checked the lens was in place the lights and the correct height and by the time the shot was taken we got this. Thanks Gaia!

And so we try again. We often get customers taking their dogs in to participate in our photo sessions. The dogs have their beloved Tuffie dog bed at home and are always snuggled up and unwilling to move, we get great photos from customers saying how much they love their dog beds and they would love to come and model.

Sometimes this changes by the time they get to the studio. They come in and the big lights overlooking the dog bed can look most intimidating. I often think that some dogs liken this to a vet visit! But we carry on regardless. It can take some time for your dog to relax on the dog bed but usually after fifteen minutes or so, they start to realise nothing bad is going to happen. You can see they rest their heads on the dog bed and their eyes begin to look heavy. This is our moment. Luise poised with the camera in front of the dog bed holding steady for the last quarter of an hour gets ready to take that all-important shot. In the time it took to check the settings on the camera were correct, we quickly shoot and end up with this. How a dog can go from almost asleep one second to upside down and legs in the air the next is beyond me but it does make for some fun photos.

I have never really truly understood that famous quote, never work with children or animals until today. But hey ho we will try again tomorrow. Another day another dog bed.

 

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What Dog Bed should i take on a Caravan Holiday

As the summer season approaches we are often asked about what type of dog bed people should buy to take with them in their caravan. There really are so many different options. The first thing to think about is how comfortable is your dog whilst travelling to your destination in the car? People often have bespoke mattress dog beds made for their boot of the car. These are great and can be moulded around wheel arches for it the perfect fit. There is also a wide range of optional dog bed covers you can add to your bespoke bed for added comfort. In this picture we have a Fluffy Tuffie cover in grey.

Bespoke dog bed for rear of pick up truck

Bespoke dog bed for rear of pick up truck

The other option for a travel dog bed is the Puppy Tuffie/ Travel Tuffie. These can be laid out in your car boot or travelling space for your dog. It consists of a thin mat made of durasoft material and is covered with a luxury fleece top and nylon backing. The Travel Tuffie can also be poppered together if needed for a smaller space. The Travel Tuffie is also a great dog bed to take to the beach or for your dog laying out on the grass.

 

Puppy Tuffie / Travel Tuffie Dog Bed opened out with Pontus

Puppy Tuffie / Travel Tuffie Dog Bed opened out with Pontus

Once you get to your destination it’s time to decide which dog bed is best for inside the caravan or in the awning? Depending on the size of your caravan and the time of year there are a couple of options. In summer months when the caravan and awning can be stiflingly hot people may tend to go for a Wipe Clean Mattress Dog Bed. These are very easy to maintain as they are 100% waterproof and if they get muddy the dirt can just be brushed off and it is very easy just to wipe down with a cloth or towel if the get wet. And because they are a futon type mattress the dogs are not overly warm or enclosed. Also available for the mattress dog beds are a range of 100% cotton covers with will keep your dog cool.

If you are holidaying in early Spring or Autumn months when the weather can be cooler and certainly in the UK very unpredictable, people tend to opt for a Wipe clean Tuffies Nest Dog Bed. When the weather is not so good this is definitely the dog bed to go for. Having high sides all the way around your dog can go in to his nest and snuggle up cosy on a cold british night excluded from any draughts. The nests have a futon type mattress cushion under them which is approx 4″ thick and encased in a waterproof fabric cover and they come as standard with a luxury fleece cover to keep warm. Nests at Tuffies can also be dressed with different accompanying products such as the Nest Sock which will turn your dog bed in to a real den or a Complete Nest Cover which will make your nest ridiculously snug and cosy.

Please do bear in mind. Once you have kitted out your car and caravan there may be a great chance your dog will not want to leave their Dog Bed

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My Dog Died from Eating Corn on the Cob

Every morning, the first thing i do when i get up is to go into my kitchen and greet my dogs. They all sleep in seperate crates with bespoke Tuffie mattress beds and are usually all sound asleep when i open the door. At first i thought this was just like any other morning, but when i opened the kitchen door i got a strange whiff coming from our Five year old Spannish rescue dog Myrtles crate. The poor girl had been sick all over her dog bed. I let her outside and followed her out with the bed in hand. Luckily i had chosen the wipe clean material . The Wipe Clean dog bed is easy to clean with hot soapy water. As the day progressed we could see that Myrtle was not feeling that great she wasn’t eating, was very quiet and generally off colour. I was so glad that i had a durasoft tuffie nest for her to snuggle in to.  We decided to give her the day and if she was no better in the morning we would take her to the vet.

The next day Myrtle wouldnt move at all off her dog bed, she wouldnt eat and we had to carry her outside so she could go to the toilet. So off to the vets we went. The vet did a scan and blood tests she was sent home with a clear bill of health. This continued two more days with return visits to the vets and no real indication of a problem. We knew however, that there was something far from right as our usual crazy Spannish senorita was so sad, she still hadn’t eaten and we were extremely worried.

The next day we returned to the vet and they could now see that there was clearly something wrong. They asked for our permission to do exploratory surgery to see if the could find something that hadn’t shown on the scan they did days before.Of course we agreed.

We waited and waited at home for a few hours looking at her lovely dog bed that was empty, wondering what was happening. Finally after what seemed like a lifetime the phone rang. Unfortunately or lovely, lively, sweet friend had passed away. Upon opening her up they found two pieces of a corn on the cob core, they had been in her stomach for months floating up and down and eventually they had “petrified”, and acted like a cork in her gut. Her stomach was so badly damaged that they had to remove a part, it had also caused a blood clot which they had removed but in the end she was just not strong enough and passed away on the table.

We were not sure how she managed to get the corn cob, i suspect our Labrador Helga had jumped up on the kitchen counter and knocked it on to the floor. Myrtle being Myrtle always thought anything on the floor was fair game so we never even knew it hadn’t been thrown in the bin.

Huge lesson learnt, i never thought a corn cob could cause so much heartache.

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Dog Beds for Total Relaxation

We make the most wonderful and relaxing dog beds you can possibly buy. Dogs just adore being able to rest their heads on the side of our nests when they sleep AND when they are just relaxing, looking round the room to keep an eye on what is going on. We have three nests with full nest covers in the house and after the dogs have been fed in the evening they come inside. After a little excited running about, saying hello to everyone, they plonk themselves in the nests, resting their heads on the side. They look so funny, all in the same position.

Pontus often ‘melts’ and hangs over the side like a Salvador Dali painting. You would think he would strangle himself.

Pontus in his nest 'melting' over the side

Pontus in his nest ‘melting’ over the side

We get so many wonderful emails from customers with photos of how well their dogs relax in our best luxury dog beds. We put all the best photographs on our Testimonials page. This also helps other customers when they want to judge which size to buy for their dog and of course it is also nice to see that so many other people have found the Tuffies dog beds such a success.

Here are a couple of photos from our home with dogs relaxing.

Gollum half awake with his teeth showing.

Gollum half awake with his teeth showing.

Gaia totally upside down in her nest.

Gaia totally upside down in her nest.

It is hugely important to make sure you make dog beds with three main criteria in mind: Comfort, Practicality and Style. This is in the order of importance. Comfort is the most important thing to look at and we make mattresses with the same futon cushion inside as we provide in the nest beds. We make a thick futon out of hollow fibre layers so that the mattresses are pre-compressed and won’t go flat with dog use. As many dog beds just go flat after a few months, the dog is then basically lying on the cold floor without insulation or anything to keep them supported or warm.

Our dog beds ensure that the dogs are warm and comfortable.

Practical dog beds are for the owners in particular because after Fido has been rolling in fox or badger poo, his dog bed has to be easy and quick to clean. We have various options for easy cleaning dog beds. The Raised Tuffies bed is probably the best because you can quickly whip off the liner and wash it in the washing machine. If any smells have gone on to the plastic itself it could not be easier to clean them off. Our plastic bed liners are very similar.

If you need a simple mattress bed and need to clean it often, we supply a practical Wipe Clean option, which is totally waterproof and you can simply scrub it down with hot, soapy water. If you fit it with an extra cover, that can go in the washing machine. The Wicking cover is ideal for this.

Of course taste is different from person to person, but we have a great variation of cover designs to suit almost any household.

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