Retains 90 percent of its shape even after washing. American- made with top-of-the-line memory foam for durability, and won't flatten like a pancake. Looks like a high-end velvety couch; goes well with other household furnishings.
Expensive but worth the price. Might be warm for some dogs during the summer months.
Contours to each pet's body for maximum comfort and orthopedic support. Offers good quality at a fair price and pets can easily change sleeping positions because of large size.
Skid bumps on bottom of bed might come off and cover is oftentimes hard to get back on after washing. Smaller dogs might have trouble climbing in and out. Zipper not so durable.
High walls offer sense of security for smaller dogs. Easily transport from room to room. Designed for convenience: washable, dry-able and stuffed with virgin air-loft fibers to keep loft up to three times longer.
Sherpa-like fabric mats and bed can turn over easily because it is on the light side. Too small for dogs over 10 pounds. Bed doesn't keep its shape after several washings.
Has high density memory foam, removable outer cover can be washed often. Overall, thick and sturdy for the price. Water resistant and all pieces can be removed to be cleaned.
Slight odor to foam when received that can last 2-3 days. Zipper often catches due to tautness of cover and breaks. Could be too small for dogs over 70 pounds
Comes with three removable covers; 1 waterproof liner, 1 denim cover, 1 suede cover with non-skid dots on bottom. Has cool sleeping surface, less allergens and motion escalation for restful sleep.
Zipper, zipper tab not durable, tears easily. Odd smell lingers even after several washings. Foam mattress may not be thick enough for heavier dogs.
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