When your pup is a dog bed destroyer ...
Carpet may do the trick and save you money too
Stage 1: Introducing the new dog bed to Junee
Stage 2: Notices filling mysteriously on floor—like the other two dog beds Junee had (R.I.P.)—and Junee strategically laying so I can’t see it
Stage 3: Picks up filling several times; tries to outsmart Junee by sewing a pillowcase over dog bed
Stage 4: Walks past crate and sees huge tear in pillowcase in 48 hours; filling sprinkled on floor like cotton candy. My response? Junee gets carpet!
I’ve owned two prior dogs and walked 93 others, and none of them compare to my Hound mix, the dog bed assassin. At some point, pet owners will learn the hard way whether their dog is a fan of plush toys and soft bedding or takes personal joy in ripping it to shreds. Right along with loudly announcing and sniffing every possible dead thing she can find on the street, I don’t know any other dog who takes more joy in destroying dog beds like Junee does.