Galvanised Steel Dog Bed Frame Only

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Since 2009 we’ve been manufacturing our leading raised dog bed frame. With its fully welded 1.2mm thick steel tube that’s galvanised to prevent rusting from the inside out, this frame was designed for the Australian climate and is built to last. It features end caps to ensure it doesn’t slip and slide on the ground, which also prevents wear and tear. Available in five sizes to cater for all breeds, big and small. Choose from a selection of cover options to fit this frame, fashioned from durable fabrics including the old faithful hessian, flea-free shade cloth, water-resistant twilled canvas, and heavy-duty flea-free Textilene shade cloth.

  • Available in five sizes Mini, Small, Medium, Large, Jumbo
  • Durable fully galvanised steel tube 1.2mm thick
  • Rust & corrosion resistant
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor use
  • External end caps offer maximum protection against rusting & slipping
  • Designed for the Australian climate

Sizes

Complete Bed (cm)
Jumbo 118 x 78 x 24
Large 112 x 69 x 22
Medium 106 x 54 x 22
Small 82 x 69 x 19
Mini 82 x 54 x 18

Sleeping Area (cm)
Jumbo 110 x 78
Large 100 x 69
Medium 94 x 54
Small 70 x 69
Mini 70 x 54

Galvanised Steel

Our bed frames may be cleaned using lukewarm water and a mild detergent. Firstly, use a brush to remove encrusted dirt, then wipe down using the detergent and rinse off thoroughly with lukewarm water. Dry in the sun.

Avoid direct contact with dissimilar metals, such as brass and copper, particularly in corrosive environments. Don’t over-clean your steel frame and avoid abrasive washing as this will wash away its protective barrier and may reduce the life of your product.

If your frame is situated in a highly corrosive environment e.g. in a coastal location, we recommend rinsing it with potable water on a regular basis. You should avoid long term storage of your frame in damp or poorly ventilated areas, the best location for the frame is somewhere dry and well ventilated.