Extra soft and cozy for supreme comfort. Bolstered sides offer orthopedic support. Machine washable and dryer safe for easy cleaning. Hypoallergenic faux fur and nylon construction delivers an excellent blend of comfort and water-resistance. Available in multiple colors and sizes.
We’d prefer a slightly thicker base, but dogs seem to love it, nevertheless.
Comfortable, soft, and nicely padded. Reversible construction offers both a plush minky lining that's perfect for snuggling on cold nights and smooth quilted fabric that suits warmer weather. Generous size allows dogs to stretch out or cuddle a companion. Machine washable.
Well-made, but if your dog is a chewer, the fabric might not hold up.
Crafted from quality memory foam to the same standards as premium orthopedic mattresses designed for people. Conforms to your dog’s shape to reduce pressure on the joints. Soft velour cover is 100% waterproof and removable for cleaning. Hypoallergenic and -resistant to dust mites.
It has a slight chemical smell upon opening and needs to be aired.
Luxuriously soft and comfortable. Deep, moldable sides are great for dogs who like to burrow and readjust bedding until it's just-so. Made of self-warming materials and designed to provide orthopedic support. Washing machine and dryer safe.
Some owners feel the sides are a bit too floppy.
Hammock-style construction with breathable mesh material promotes air circulation to keep dogs comfortable in hot weather. Overstuffed removable bolster offers a little extra security and acts as a comfy headrest. Strong and sturdy. Easy to assemble.
With the bolster attached, it doesn't leave much room for dogs to stretch out.
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Having a bed for your dog is vital, as sleeping on the floor can lead to hip pain and even arthritis. Typically beds for small dogs are in the 20” x 30” or 25” x 35” size range. There are a number of different types: cooling beds, orthopedic beds, outdoor beds, and beds designed to put in crates. Small dog beds range in thickness and fabrics, some are even filled with cedar chips. Most of these features are based on your dog’s preference. However, be sure to look out for a bed with a removable liner for ease of cleaning. Don’t forget, your dog’s bed should be replaced once a year, or as soon as the cushion goes flat.