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Old 08-01-2016, 09:14 AM   #11
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Old 08-01-2016, 09:17 AM   #12
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PETA may question your wire protection of the safety window, without proper training of the dogs on how to remove the wire protector and how to pull out the emergency window opening bar so they can get out should the need arise. (like another cute dog, skunk....)

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PETA needs to sit down and eat a burger. Ain't no body got time for that


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I wanna know if you can teach them to turn on and off the light
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I love this mod, thanks for sharing. The wife and myself have already decided that when we upgrade in a few years, we will look at the bunk units for our 4 legged friends.
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That's a real cool idea! Nice work GregJames!
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Great idea for the bunk house and I know you took a quick pic but did you replace the mattress and cover it when you were done or do you just use their dog beds.
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I originally did the modification while we were camping, so I only used what I had on site.
This week I'm going to use clear plastic sheeting to cover the wood and run it up the wall about 2 inches. I'll staple it place, and then fill the area with multiple dog beds.
That way there won't be any smells or dirt soaking into the wood over time.
The plastic will make for easy cleanup also in the event that one of them gets sick


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I put the regular mattress on top of the one on the top bunk, so now it's really soft and the thickness of a real mattress


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Thanks for sharing. We also have 2 dogs and when looking for a new camper this year I joked about buying one with bunks and using them as dog beds! DH wasn't on board but I can't wait to show him this later.
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