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In my design, the top bunk would actually be a way of expanding my bed for some additional dog sleeping ... But I think it would definitely work for Sassy. She likes to be with us but she gets hot easily.

Franklin would like that. The dogs aren't allowed to sleep on the bed overnight (just not enough room!), but they are if there's only ONE person in bed. Rudy is a sleep-up-against type, but Franklin gets way too hot and is off on an edge. He'd like the bunk bed, but I'm afraid mine would have to be a bit bigger than a night stand!

Janet Boss
www.bestfriendsdogobedience.com
so stuff that takes up room and isn't "necessary" or aesthetically pleasing, doesn't get to stay forever!

Still take up room, but aesthetically pleasing:
http://www.hardwoodhideaway.com /
OTOH, you may need one of those Johnny Depp dogs to afford it.

Paula
"Anyway, other people are weird, but sometimes they have candy, so it's best to try to get along with them." Joe Bay
so stuff that takes up room and isn't "necessary" or aesthetically pleasing, doesn't get to stay forever!

Still take up room, but aesthetically pleasing: http://www.hardwoodhideaway.com / OTOH, you may need one of those Johnny Depp dogs to afford it.

Those really strike me as weird. The dogs almost look fake. If you had company and your dog suddenly started moving around, or snoring or something, it would scare the crap out them!
I think it's a good idea, I just think there must be a better way to do it. I'll work on that.
Karla
Still take up room, but aesthetically pleasing: http://www.hardwoodhideaway.com /

I love the look. I wonder, however, how they'd clean. Once a dog is housetrained and used to their crate, the only cleaning necessary is vacuuming. Accustoming a dog to the crate often means feeding the dog in there, and while I know it shouldn't be necessary if one is a good enough dog trainer, mere mortals sometimes have to take the crate outside, take it apart, hose it down and give it a good cleaning. I'd want a removeable bottom so if a puppy or elder dog peed in there, the crate could be cleaned and deodorized.
Jim likes fine woodworking so I asked him what he thought. "Not for me," was his reply. I pointed out that they weren't meant for him. I don't think he'd fit.
Lia