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The Bullmastiff is a large statured, broad, but incredibly loving dog and will instinctively defend the castle if it is in danger. The Bullmastiff is a big dog that, like many other dogs of its size, suffers from big dog problems, like elbow and hip dysplasia. Kuranda dog beds are easy to assemble, and in minutes, can be helping to prevent your Bullmastiff from structural issues. The Vinyl Weave fabric for the Kuranda dog bed lets water easily pass through, preventing the dogs from lying in water and other liquids like drool, which will help keep them clean. The raised feature keeps the Bullmastiff from lying directly on the hard ground, keeping the dog warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
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We use these beds for our Bullmastiffs. We have been in the breed for over 25 years and have tried every bed out there. So far none of my dogs have been able to chew your bed! Finally a product that will last. No more covers or parts to replace. We couldn't be happier and neither could the dogs. Explore Big Barker Dog Beds's board
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The Bullmastiff is a large statured, broad, but incredibly loving dog and will instinctively defend the castle if it is in danger. The Bullmastiff is a big dog that, like many other dogs of its size, suffers from big dog problems, like elbow and hip dysplasia. Kuranda dog beds are easy to assemble, and in minutes, can be helping to prevent your Bullmastiff from structural issues. The Vinyl Weave fabric for the Kuranda dog bed lets water easily pass through, preventing the dogs from lying in water and other liquids like drool, which will help keep them clean. The raised feature keeps the Bullmastiff from lying directly on the hard ground, keeping the dog warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Sure, Bullmastiff puppies are super-cute, but simply put, puppies can be adorable, relentless machines of destruction. Even the most well-behaved puppy will destroy shoes, clothing, paper, remote controls, telephones, leashes, dog beds, carpeting…anything and everything. More rambunctious pups have been known to obliterate sofas, car seats, Venetian blinds, electrical cords, door frames…you name it, they can eat it or shred it. And when they're teething, look out! Cute puppies have very sharp teeth, and they are happy to use your hands, feet, nose, hair, etc, as a chew toy. Ouch! Needless to say, a teething Bullmastiff puppy and a small child do NOT make good companions! To keep the puppy from hurting himself, and to prevent the destructive behavior from becoming a bad habit, you will need to spend every waking moment supervising his every move. Do you have that kind of time? We LOVE these beds! We have two bullmastiffs and it is very hard to find a large enough/comfortable enough bed for them. The XL are true to size and our dogs enjoy them side by side!