Made of heavy-duty durable fabric that is surprisingly lightweight and portable. No assembly required. Customers love how easy it folds up when they want to store it out of sight. Comes with a carrying case for easy traveling. Excellent customer service.
The fabric is not chew proof; some buyers complained that their dog was able to poke holes in the cot.
The sturdy, waterproof fabric makes cleaning simple and easily resistant to inclement weather conditions. Option to purchase with attachable canopy. Mesh center allows dogs to stay cool. Buyers appreciate the bed's non-skid rubber feet.
Stitching is prone to tear. Buyers have trouble getting in touch with the company's customer service.
Customers enjoy how well the knitted-fabric supports air flow. Cot resistant to fleas, mites, mildew, and mold. Lightweight design supports portability. Powder-coated steel frame designed to hold up under even the heaviest dogs.
Plastic connectors on the legs have a tendency to break. Difficult to assemble.
Buyers raved over the product's sturdy and enduring craftsmanship, claiming the frame is solid and high-quality. Pillow cushions are removable but heavy enough to stay in place. Surprisingly light. Helps keeps dog off nice furniture.
Smaller than some buyers anticipated. Sizing can be difficult to estimate.
Great for long road trips. Includes belt loops and a sling to keep your pet buckled in while driving. Boost is high enough to allow your pet window views. Elevated design meant to keep dogs warm in winter and cool in summer.
Smaller than some buyers expected. Can feel wobbly in a moving car if not thoroughly tied down.
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