Originally Posted by AussieLass
Well I'll be darned Aquarius, I bought a beige (think Billy Connolly) plastic bed like that yesterday to take all x 4 & now you've got me looking at that impressive greenbacked stuff. I've read the greenbacked is far, far superior to the rubber which peels off & goes all over the place. Do you find the greenback stuff slips around in the plastic beds at all?
that greenbacked stuff is really as good as it sounds - I bought a large piece cost me about 50 euro and cut it into six pieces - I have the same lot for about two years - so that's 52 washes a piece and it is still as good as the day I bought it. No slip, I cut squares so it curves up the back of the beds so really cosy too. My dogs are all outdoor trained, so they can come in drenched (as they do living in Ireland
) and the beds just wick off the wet - they are brilliant!! and the fact that you can literally boil wash them - what more can I say!
I love the fancier beds but no way would they stand up to the washing that these vet beds do - with 3 dogs who love their garden runs and hill walks practicality is what it's all about
Hmm Billy Connolly = beige? I loved him years ago but of late I've hardly heard of him and if I remember right he was caught up in controversy because he was really politically incorrect about something - say I wandering off to google Billy