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He's probably right Gun, but I came up w/ something that works just about as good from stuff I had laying around in the garage. I'll shoot you a PM.Gude said:Not to mention you probably won't be able to construct anything as lightweight, portable and sturdy as the Ruff Stands.
I knew that was comin, thanks JakeGude said:Peope will spend $2-300 for a blind or two for themselves to be comfortable, but won't drop $175 so their dog is comfortable.
I know my dog deserves better than that-I'm guessing yours does too.
Not to mention you probably won't be able to construct anything as lightweight, portable and sturdy as the Ruff Stands.
I agree that the investment is well worth it. Having your dog sit in the water is not a very good idea. Most labs are tough as hell but having them sit in water is the best way to lower their body temp and that can cause big problems. Its not that big of a deal this time of year but even when it feels warm out 45-50 degree water for a couple of hours is hard on a dog. Surely you can figure out a way to rig something up. I have seen guys make dog stands out of old tree stands before.Gude said:I wasn't saying it to be a dick. But $175 for something that you will be able to use for years and will make your dogs life a little easier isn't a bad investment as far as I'm concerned.
I hope you get something figured out.