Choosing Eddie Bauer Dog Bed

Jan 21st

Eddie Bauer dog bed – You do not have to cramp your home style by incorporating a dog bed into your interior. Pamper your four-legged friend by reusing an unused night stand in a stylish and comfortable custom dog bed that fits your décor and not breaking the bank.

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Choose a nightstand with the right proportions to fit your dog. A nightstand without drawers is recommended, as it provides more inner space. As a rule of thumb, there must be enough room inside the Eddie Bauer dog bed for the dog to comfortably turn. Remove the doors and hinges from the nightstand with the screwdriver. Sand all night table with 220 slip paper, pay close attention to any uneven edges. Remove all remaining surfaces to prepare the wood for primer and paint. Clean the nightstand to remove residual dirt and dust during sanding.

Apply two layers of low VOC 100 percent acrylic interior latex primer to the entire nightstand. Allow an hour’s drying time between rocks. Apply two layers of low VOC interior latex paint to any color. Choose half-shiny color, as it is more durable and easier to clean than a flat color. Allow an hour’s drying time between rocks. Let the nightstand wipe properly overnight before introducing your dog to its new retreat. Lay out a suitable size dog pillow inside the nightstand table.

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Does your dog keep Eddie Bauer dog bed under the fence and running away? Does your neighbor’s dog repeatedly make tunnels big enough to drive a train through under your fence and it causes some stress between your neighbor and you? Usually, in trying to stop dogs go under the fence, rocks are stacked in the holes, but dogs are long-lived, and they can dug even some of the hardest ground faster than you can fill it. There is a relatively simple solution to the problem, and it should remedy the problem permanently, regardless of which side of the fence is open.  It’s not just dogs either. A variety of other animals love to tunnel under the fence for food or for other reasons.