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You don't notice so much when you see them every day but:

Janurary:

May:

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:) Beautiful! I love it when they sleep like that, you can make an almost perfect square of them :)

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Now you know why they are described as square backed (bone structure) and also called a galloper (based on the way they run).

awhhh how cute look at how big she has grown in 4 mo. The January pic she had lots of room on that costco bed now she fills the whole bed.

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I see someone else goes to costco ;)

First bed only last 'til Mid April.  Somebody likes to chew stuff.  Fortunately, they are cheap there.

I love the Costco beds my house is full of them. Fortunately mine are older so beyond the chewing stage. They are cheap and can be thrown away yearly. I also like the dog blankets that they make.

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Rmarc71 - Rnd is fortunate. Not all Dobies grow out of the "someone likes to chew stuff up" stage. Red is now 6 years old. While he is not as bad as he used to be, he has eaten about half of his current bed. Of course he now has a little help, although I fuss at Princess when she is at his bed. It is in his crate and has a foam liner. Her bed in her crate (which she's about to outgrow completely) is still in good shape! She's a smart little devil, she chews everything else up but leaves her bed alone!

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Rmarc71 - Rnd is fortunate. Not all Dobies grow out of the "someone likes to chew stuff up" stage. Red is now 6 years old. While he is not as bad as he used to be, he has eaten about half of his current bed.

Oh man, I cant believe it LOL. I am lucky out of the 3 we have now they never chew on anything but there toys and bones. Now as a puppy Paris was a pain, everytime I bought a new pair of shoes she found them. She also got the baseboard in a few places. Luckily she outgrew it quickly