Elevated Dog Bed – Dog owners protect and care for pets as they would with their own children. For this reason, homeowners seek housing and sleeping arrangements in suitable conditions for these family members. A raised dog bed is ideal for dogs that may have to sleep on bare floor, such as cement and wood. You can make a reasonable raised bed for your dog for no more than £ 7 to £ 9. Plans for this bed can accommodate a small, medium or large raised bed. Now your puppy can rest in heat and not on cold ground.
Cut the PVC pipe in its measurements for the elevated dog bed size. Cut the PVC pipe into the respective measurements for the size of the bed. Take one three way connector (corners) and place one short PVC pipe and one long PVC pipe in two of the three holes. Take a three-way connection (corners) and place a short PVC tube and a long PVC tube in two of the three holes. Repeat until the frame is built. Hammer the corners with a hammer to enforce the frame. Hammer the corners with a hammer to enforce the frame.
Insert the elevated dog bed four leg pieces into the corners. Insert the four legs at the corners. Hammer the legs with a hammer to ensure a tight fit. Turn the frame with legs facing upward. Turn on the frame with your legs facing up. Place a cloth on the flat part of the frame and center the frame on the cloth. Place a cloth on the flat part of the frame and the center of the frame on the fabric. Fold the cloth corners under the frame. Fold the fabric corners under the frame. Take the long side of the cloth. Take the long side of the fabric. Create two half-inch pleats. The material should be in the center of the PVC pipe at the bottom of the frame.