Wednesday, December 14, 2011

My Review of H10061 Joint Relief Sofa

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All dogs appreciate the value of a good nap. And, thanks to the Joint Relief Sofa Dog Bed, with with its 4 thick orthopedic foam liner, they can be sure to get one. Providing direct relief for sore joints and pressure points, the overstuffed bolster of this orthopedic dog bed embraces your dog - an...

Nice enough

By Dixie1218 from San Francisco, CA on 12/14/2011


4out of 5

Pros: Attractive Design, Thick, Comfortable For Pet

Cons: Poor stitching

Best Uses: Indoors, Large Pets

Describe Yourself: Long-time Pet Owner

After debating this pricey purchase for a good year, I finally pulled the trigger and ordered a small for Dixie, my 3-legged Australian Kelpie mix, 55lbs. I thought a small would be big enough, but it's just not enough room for her to stretch out. Also, the stitching on the bolster seems defective and I'm pretty sure after a month it would start to fall apart. However, I was impressed with the thickness of both the bottom foam and the bolster. Can't wait until the medium comes in the mail so she can enjoy her bed for years to come.

55lbs is too big for a small



Sunday, August 14, 2011

This is what happens when you won't stop licking your toes.

Huntington Park

Her favorite spot in the apartment


The best disc golf dog

Golden Gate Park Disc Golf Course

Sandwich Dog

D Dawg at the Sandwich Spot

Our twice-daily walk up to the park

She's too cute when she sleeps.

Princess & the Pea

Such a tough life—Dix and her three legs.

New bandana!

Thanks Del, Elizabeth and Brandon!

Dixie has the mange!

"You put me in this?!"

"I'm not speaking to you."

Donut Dog

Oooh sand!

Dixie's first time seeing the Atlantic Ocean!
Fort Macon State Park, Atlantic Beach, NC

RV dog

First of many times being tied up to the Phin – here at Lake Mead RV Village


Checking out the Hoover Dam

New dog bed

Dixie's spot in the Phin

Phixing up the Phin

Dixie staked claim as soon as we laid the bed on the floor.