Murphy loves his bed Murphy loves his Kuranda bed. Great for the giant breeds as it's not to high and evenly distributes their weight. Not to mention - it's puppy proof!
Rocco and his new bed :) We rescued Rocco in July 2013, and he is a Bulldog/Austrailian Shepherd mix supposedly. All we know is he a giant goof ball, and loves "bouncing" on his Kuranda when he goes in his house. Rocco approved!
Hutch waiting for Dinner Hutch was rescue at 7 weeks old from shelter. He just turned 1 year. He was drop off to be put to sleep because he could not make a profit. Saving Paws Rescue AZ rescue him. I can't Thank SPR enough for him. We love him.
Great Dane Puppers 8 Great Dane Puppies hoping to fill up their own bed one day!
Carlene White is an amazing lady. She has been breeding, raising, and training Great Danes to donate to service veterans and the mobility impaired for many years and her compassion, love, care and intelligence truly shows through in her work. She’s worked with just about every breed of dog because she used to provide dogs for commercials, movies, and television.
Roo, the Bully Mix Roo was found in a ditch, almost dead. She had to have a blood transfusion, is full of buckshot, has crippled legs and feet from Rickets, and is incontinent. But she is happy, she is loved, and she LOVES her Kuranda bed!
Vince Rambala is a hardworking, diligent dog trainer and great friend of Kuranda. He has been working with us since about 2004, and since then, he has sold about a thousand of our beds through his website, and his training program.
Walker LOVES his Kuranda! Walker is a blind Coonhound that we saved from the pound. He was in rough shape with scars and frostbite from living outside. He now lives the high life as an indoor dog and he loves having his very own comfy Kuranda bed!
Bruiser Loves His Bed Bruiser is a yellow Lab who LOVES to play ball and snuggle. We live in Blackwood NJ and hope some day I can be a puppy raiser for a service dog so I can be a big brother.
Crystal Cockroft has been running Canine Hope for Diabetics for almost 5 years. She and her team train diabetic alert dogs for type one diabetics. The dogs are trained to alert high and low blood sugar. Whether their owners are asleep or awake, they can alert their owners about an increase or decrease in blood sugar. Crystal and her team have made their organization to be as community oriented as possible, so that families can all get together and feel comfortable because they all have something very important in common. They can all get together to learn and gain knowledge of other diabetics, and the diabetic alert community. They put together outings, there’s a place where families can talk to other families that are just like them. As Crystal says; “It’s just become a fun, safe place where families can get together that have something in common.”