They were given to our foster homes as beds for their dog crates. Most of our foster caregivers work during the day and the dogs stay in crates. The P.L.A.Y. beds made a nice, comfortable place for the foster dogs.
The beds increased the comfort of the crates for the dogs by making a nice comfortable spot for them while they were staying in the crates during the day.
Noah (first photo) is an older boy who came in to rescue a few months ago. He has had a rough life. He has callouses on his knees and butt bones. The addition of the P.L.A.Y. bed in his crate was great and now he runs in to get his treat and sit down. He has a meet-and-greet on Aug. 22, 2019, and hopefully will be adopted. Meet Noah here.