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ok, got 2 more pet beds to sell, these will go on ebay if there is no intrest here, one is new, just finished yesterday (my favorite so far) and an older one from a couple months ago i never sold yet, as always Maggie has so graciously hired out as a model...

the new one...

8" total height
7" step up to get in
18 1/2" deep
24" side to side

made from Ash (like red oak but lighter)
no screw or nail holes on the outside, put together from the inside
stained in a country pine finish
3 top coats of clear finish (same finish used on kitchen cabinets, water and chemical resistant and safe if chewed on)
uses standard size pillow (not included) for the bedding or make your own
weighs 13#'s

Price: $45.00 + shipping/handling(3.00)
"Estimated" Shipping charges for an idea
New york: 10.12+3.00= 13.12
Beverly Hills, CA: 20.99+3.00= 23.99
Miami, FL: 12.51+3.00=15.51
Dallas, TX: 12.51+3.00=15.51
Detroit, MI: 10.12+3.00= 13.12











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the old one...

12" total height
6" step up to get in
18 1/2" deep
24" side to side

made from Red Oak
no screw or nail holes on the outside, put together from the inside
stained in a country pine finish
3 top coats of clear finish (same finish used on kitchen cabinets, water and chemical resistant and safe if chewed on)
uses standard size pillow (not included) for the bedding or make your own
weighs 13#'s


Price: $15.00 + shipping/handling(3.00)

"Estimated" Shipping charges for an idea
New york: 10.12+3.00= 13.12
Beverly Hills, CA: 20.99+3.00= 23.99
Miami, FL: 12.51+3.00=15.51
Dallas, TX: 12.51+3.00=15.51
Detroit, MI: 10.12+3.00= 13.12





please post or PM with any questions, payment preferred by PayPal by debit card, credit card or eCheck(comes out of your checking account), Payment by Money order thru snail mail can be arranged
 

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i was asked in a PM if these come apart, they do not, they are screwed, glued and finished to stay together so they would ship as you see them
 

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pending sale on bed#2
 

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Originally posted by Pico's Parent@Sep 7 2005, 06:16 PM
Those are just gorgeous beds, Joe!
thanks! last call for bed #1, #2 has sold
 

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pending sale on pet bed #2, thanks for the intrest and PM's
 

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Originally posted by Scrappy@Sep 9 2005, 02:16 AM
I still dont see shipping to Au  *sniff* 

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PM me your shipping info and I will figure out what it takes to ship one and a price, that way we'll both know if you ever see one you like


both beds shipping out today, thanks again to those who bought them and the other PM's and questions I received, i may make another this week ?
 

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Originally posted by Scrappy@Sep 12 2005, 11:36 AM
A suggestion 
  But is it possible to make a bed that is as a flat pack?  Would that make the P&H cheaper. 
Not that I am good at assembly I always have something left over 

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actually i have been thinking about something like that, cut it up, predrill the holes and sand it and sell one as a do it yourself kind of thing where someone would just have to glue it, screw it together and then put their own stain color and finish on from lowes or home depot
 

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i love that bed, part of the inspiration in my last one, i may make one just like it, what is the cost on that one?
 

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Originally posted by Joe+Sep 12 2005, 10:50 AM-->
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@Sep 12 2005, 11:36 AM
A suggestion 
   But is it possible to make a bed that is as a flat pack?  Would that make the P&H cheaper.  
Not that I am good at assembly I always have something left over 

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actually i have been thinking about something like that, cut it up, predrill the holes and sand it and sell one as a do it yourself kind of thing where someone would just have to glue it, screw it together and then put their own stain color and finish on from lowes or home depot
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How about send it with JUST screwing it together as assembly?
I dunno about gluing and staining.
I am not very handy...and hubby is worse than I am!

I can sure follow some directions for that put together yourself stuff!
 

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Originally posted by Scrappy+Sep 12 2005, 08:39 PM-->
Originally posted by [email protected] 13 2005, 11:15 AM
Originally posted by [email protected] 12 2005, 10:50 AM
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@Sep 12 2005, 11:36 AM
A suggestion 
   But is it possible to make a bed that is as a flat pack?  Would that make the P&H cheaper.  
Not that I am good at assembly I always have something left over 

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actually i have been thinking about something like that, cut it up, predrill the holes and sand it and sell one as a do it yourself kind of thing where someone would just have to glue it, screw it together and then put their own stain color and finish on from lowes or home depot
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How about send it with JUST screwing it together as assembly?
I dunno about gluing and staining.
I am not very handy...and hubby is worse than I am!

I can sure follow some directions for that put together yourself stuff!

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Thats a good idea just some screws and an allan (sp) key.

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Yeah! An allen wrench and a screwdriver! Give me those and a decent set of instructions and I can put together just about anything!
 

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if anyone else is interested in one like pet bed #1 I already have one other order and may make another, let me know, also will be working on my first armoire too
 

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working on another today that is already sold, thought i would take some pics along the way, i think i also figured out how to make this one as a semi do it yourself model where it would just take 12 screws some glue and stain/top coat (which is not hard at all)





 

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i havent built any ramps but ramps and steps are on my list to try out
 

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Wow thanks Joe for sharing the pictures that was neat. Also I can't wait to get my new bed Joe made it is for my new malt that is about to join my family.
I wanted him to have a Joe home made bed already have just the idea and fabric and foam for the bottom with a soft cover on it that can be changed to laundried.
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Originally posted by Scrappy+Sep 14 2005, 08:16 PM-->
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Wow thanks Joe for sharing the pictures that was neat. Also I  can't wait to get my new bed Joe made it is for my new malt that is about to join my family.
I wanted him to have a Joe home made bed already have just the idea and fabric and foam for the bottom with a soft cover on it that can be changed to laundried.
Char
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I have to sew YIKES Glueing and screwing I think I can do but sewing

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Trust me if I can sew anybody can I taught myself, I wired my own house when I redid my lake Cabin my dad told me how and then came out and inspected it before we sheet rocked. There is not much I haven't done some doesn't turn out as well as I like but I have always had to do things alone till now I have somebody that helps me with the handy work not my sewing though LOL
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Originally posted by Teaco@Sep 14 2005, 08:20 PM
Wow thanks Joe for sharing the pictures that was neat. Also I  can't wait to get my new bed Joe made it is for my new malt that is about to join my family.
hopefully it will be there by this weekend


here is the one i made today thats just like the one your getting




close up of the grain and color


 

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Great Work Joe! You are very talented.

I am trying to find some photos for you but I can't locate the site. I read in the newspaper about this company that makes dog crate that is dual purposed as house furniture such as tables.
 
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