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Weatherproof Polyester Indoor/Outdoor Dog Bed

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Large Weatherproof Polyester Indoor/Outdoor Dog Bed
$59.99
$34.99 - $49.99
Description
This comfy Weatherproof Indoor/Outdoor Dog Bed is the perfect solution for outdoor pets! All-weather polyester cover and soft polyfill resist sunlight, mildew, moisture and stains making it ideal for houses, kennels, decks or inside. Cleans easily, dries quickly. Imported.

• Weatherproof polyester dog and pet bed for indoors or out
• A comfortable solution for outdoor pets
• All-weather polyester cover and soft polyfill
• Pet beds resist fading, mildew and stains
• Great for dog houses, kennels, decks or anywhere inside

Color
Blue plaid

Size
Small 27" x 36"
Medium 35" x 44"
Large 44" x 54"
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Small Weatherproof Polyester Indoor/Outdoor Dog Bed
65851
In Stock!
$34.99$49.95
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By Jan
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I bought the largest bed for our 90 lb dog and the padding is so thin it's like laying on a hardwood floor. If it wasn't so difficult to find a bed this size with such durable fabric, I would have returned it. As it is, I'll cut it open and add more padding.
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