Bed headboard

Old May 4th 2022, 5:14 am
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JYSK do headboards
Did a search on JYSK but only came up with beds and bedframes.
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Old May 4th 2022, 8:44 am
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Our bed is normal size. Out of two dogs, only one would sleep on the bed, usually the younger one. At this point in time our GSD is still crated overnight but we're working towards getting rid of it. The crate is at the edge of our bed. When that's gone we'll put our large footstool there so either would still be near.

Great idea to buy a bunk bed but be warned I've seen videos of dogs climbing up bunk bed ladders.

You are probably right. The Beagle also climbs chain link fences and has gotten out before at my last property back home. She is an escape artist and a very accomplished one at that. She likes to tour the neighbourhood and then will return a few hours later and bark outside the front fence wanting back in. Thankfully she has not done that since we moved here.
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You are probably right. The Beagle also climbs chain link fences and has gotten out before at my last property back home. She is an escape artist and a very accomplished one at that. She likes to tour the neighbourhood and then will return a few hours later and bark outside the front fence wanting back in. Thankfully she has not done that since we moved here.
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