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Large Raised Pet Bed, 36%26quot;L x 24%26quot;W x 8%26quot;H
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All-Weather Raised Pet Bed

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Large Raised Pet Bed, 36"L x 24"W x 8"H
$69.95 - $119.95
This raised pet bed lets your pet relax without touching wet, hot, rough or bug-infested surfaces.

The unique elevated design supports your pet and lets air circulate. A raised back makes your pet feel secure. Water-resistant fabric, waterproof floorboard and powder-coated frame. Imported.

• Raised pet bed
• Perfect for outdoor use on decks, patio, concrete and more
• Lets air circulate - keeps your pet cooler
• Raises your pet above hot, wet or rough surfaces
• All-weather design for outdoor use

Small 24"L x 20"W x 7"H
Medium 30"L x 22"W x 7"H
Large 36"L x 24"W x 8"H
Large Raised Pet Bed, 36"L x 24"W x 8"H
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5.0 (based on customer reviews)

Pool Perfection
Comments about Product:
Raised bed is perfect for my small dog to be in the shade pool-side. He loves it - he can swim a little then sleep a little. He doesn't have to stay on hot concrete and can still be with us outside. Worth every penny. Great quality and perfect fabric for pool-side.
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