Veehoo Chew-Proof Dog Bed - Silver Aluminum Frame
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Veehoo Chew-Proof Dog Bed - Silver Aluminum Frame is in stock.
- A chew-proof elevated dog bed with a rustless aluminum frame makes your puppy's dog bed more durable.
- Excellent material and structure eliminate the risk of collapse of dog beds, providing a more stable and comfortable sleeping experience.
- Let your dog get into healthier sleeping habits.
- Features of easy to clean makes cleaning dog beds no longer a burden.
- Easy to assemble, just a few steps your puppy will have comfortable bed.
- Small: 22"L x 17"W x 7"H (56x43x18 cm), the dog bed can hold a maximum weight of 150 pounds (68kg).
- Medium: 32"L x 25"W x 7"H (81x64x18 cm), the dog bed can hold a maximum weight of 150 pounds (68kg).
- Large: 42"L x 30"W x 7"H (107x76x18 cm), the dog bed can hold a maximum weight of 150 pounds (68kg).
- X-Large: 49"L x 32.5"W x 9"H (125x83x23 cm), can hold a maximum weight of 150 pounds (68kg).
- XX-Large: 59”L x 37.4”W x 9”H (150*95*23 cm), can hold a maximum weight of 150 pounds (68kg).
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aTypicalEngineer808As compared to a Cool-a-roo Large bedSummary: Back in July 2019, we ordered a Large size Cool-a-Roo for our Fox-Terrier/Jack-Russell (35#, medium size). Will compare this VEEHOO to the COOL-A-ROO.Comparison: The first thing I noticed when looking at the specifications is that the frame uses rectangular tubing, and watching the video, the cast aluminum clam-shell style corner pieces looked very robust, and easy to assemble. The Cool-a-roo on the other hand is tubular steel, and even though the screws are tight, the frame will twist when you pick it up to carry. The VEEHOO has a slightly smaller overall footprint for the same relatively bed size (about 12" less, 6" from either side). The VEEHOO material feels thicker than the Cool-a-Roo (maybe 1.5x to 2x thicker).Observations: The VEEHOO arrives partially assembled, you need to insert the 1/4" stiffening rods, then slide the short frame pieces on, then add all the clam shell corners. One feature I don't think was listed is that the legs are removable via a quick release push pin; added a picture with the leg removed, which would allow it to be shorter for storage under a bed. The overall construction is very good, but there was some minor quality issues with the aluminum frame pieces, specifically the holes for screws have flashing left behind; which I removed and then filed smooth. The ends of the frame extrusions are a little sharp, and that is important because the bed material could fail if it is cut by a sharp edge of the frame piece. The VEEHOO will stand vertically on either long or short side for storage.Recommendations: 1) If you're handy with tools, I would spend a minute to remove any sharp edges from the frame pieces, especially the ends that slip over stiffening rod area of the bed. 2) I stored the spare nuts/bolts inside one of the quick release legs, and marked it with red electrical tape. 3) The hex wrench is 4mm. 4) Reading other reviews, the bed material will fail under heavy loads (like an X-large dog), but the material can also give way if punctured by a sharp dog claw; so we put a towel/sheet over the top to try and help the bed material last. 5) During assembly, install all the screws loose, and then go back and tighten; might help with getting the last corner installed. 6) Use a lighter to singe any loose threads.Pros: Sturdy construction; simple to assemble (includes tools, and spare nuts & bolts);Cons: Price, top of the dog bed market.Conclusion: At $67, this is over twice the price of a Cool-a-roo, but it is very well made, and a superior design, so rating it 5-stars.Related Products:Coolaroo The Original Elevated Pet Bed ~ $28https://www..com/gp/product/B001HX4280/
D. MillerGreat BedSpend the extra few bucks and get this bed, or one like it at least. I have two of the Basics elevated beds and this one is SIGNIFICANTLY better. The way you put it together almost requires two people at one point because the bed is stretch and then snapped into place before you bolt it down. This is good thing. The legs are thick aluminum/metal and the side bars are very sturdy as well. Because of the way it's built, it has very little sag in the middle, as it's right.The feet are completely non-slide but they're much better than plastic feet that cause the bed to go flying on tile if the dog jumps off. It's also an attractive bed because it looks sturdy so it goes well inside the house. My cheapo ones are going outside. The XL one I have easily fits my 70lb malinois with zero issue, and he's very lanky. Very happy with this find and it seems like it will last a long time.
district12girlDogs enjoy the lift.This was easy to put together although on the last screw my husband had to drill out a little of the screw hole because there was some extra metal in the way. The bed will slip on hard surfaces so we shoved a pillow under ours so our dogs would feel more secure. My dogs have never been on an elevated bed so when they first got on they didn’t care for the ‘give’ I easily fixed this by putting some nice blankets on top and now they love it especially my 100 pound boxer.
Joseph ReynoldsWorth the moneyCurrently this dog bed is $67 which is obviously more than the cheap dog cots you can find on here but I can assure you, it's very worth the extra money for this one.I've had the cheap one before and it ended up saggy, wobbly and eventually broke. This is brilliantly designed and all steel construction. Not only is it all steel but it seems like really nice steel with good finish.In regard to assembly, yes it's simple but you have to know one small detail that the instructions don't make clear. That is, the thin plastic rods slide THROUGH the fabric and then the metal rail slides into that. Once I figured that part out, it was a cinch.My old labrador absolutely loves it, I can tell because he usually spends time on his bed and more time following me around. Now, he just wants to lay on his bed and watch me from there.It's also a great tool to keep him off my new couch because he was allowed on the last couch so it's been a real pain teaching him to stay off. He's not tried once since getting his own "couch".Definitely recommend this anyone who wants to treat their dog well. They'll appreciate it.
Dogs & HorsesLight, sturdy and nice lookingI can't believe we never thought to get one of these dog cots before! All 6 of our dogs love this thing. Enough so, that i ordered a second one. They lie on it, sit on it, play king of the mountain on it and share it with two dogs napping at once.It took 5 minutes to put together and is definitely sturdy. I jumped up and down on the cot and it was fine. The dogs have played and napped on it for about 10 days now with no structural failures. The large cot can hold two fat Blue Heelers or a long Plott Hound and a Rat Terrier mix. The medium is suitable for just one of my dogs, but equally sturdy.I like that they can hang out outside without wallowing in the West Texas sand and dirt. Plus they are elevated from potential scorpions ambling by. I just hose the cots or sweep them off as needed. These are light enough to work with an RV as well.
Sheryl JohnsHard to assembleThis dog bed seems to be well made but only if you can put it together. The assembly went beautifully until the end and then it became a nightmare! Maybe it is because we are an older couple but the last leg of this dog cot almost caused a divorce. I am not a weak woman. I have a farm with horses and still haul hay bales around easily. To stretch the fabric to allow the placement of the last leg was impossible by hand. I finally grabbed some clamps and that allowed me to stretch it enough to get the last leg in place. So my advice is make sure you have some clamps before starting this project unless you have some young strapping men around. Our Newfoundland LOVES her new bed so it was worth it. We will see how it holds up under her almost 200 pound weight. If it comes apart within a year I will update this review.
CustomerLucy loves it!I've only had this item for a week so has not stood the test of time yet. With that said, this raised dog bed is much sturdier than any of the others I have purchased over the years. Despite some of the reviews, this was quite easy for me to assemble on my own. My Lucy, loves it!