Foster Comforts

We've had the pictured Kuranda bed for over 10 years. During that time, hundreds of foster dogs and puppies have found comfort on this bed. When we look at this bed, it's a happy reminder of all our sweet fosters.

Susan Fredinburg and her team at Humane Society of the South Platte Valley are thrilled to compete with Leslie Maisonneuve "The Humane Society of the South Platte Valley (HSSPV) is a non profit 501(c)(3) organization established to serve the communities of south Denver. Our Humane Society offers shelter, care and compassion for lost, stray and unwanted animals until they are redeemed by their families or adopted into a new home."

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Your dog can’t chew the fabric because we’ve hidden the edges inside the rails.
Lumpy pillow beds are not supportive and create pressure points. Ouch!
The even support of a Kuranda bed is better for your dog’s joints.
Air can flow under the bed, keeping your dog cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Our beds are easy to clean! Just wipe them off or hose them down.
Why not add a fleece pad for extra coziness?
Get your dog a chew proof Kuranda bed and you won’t come home to explosions like this: