Top 10 Comfy Dog Beds
When it starts getting cold, all we want to do is curl up into our beds, all nice and toasty. The winter wind is blowing, the snow is falling and Jack Frost is making the indoors seem more enticing than any other time of year. And we’re not the only ones with the urge to hibernate – the same goes for our dogs. I love watching Oscar all curled up in his dog bed, snoozing away. It always makes me smile! And it puts me in the mood to come up with the Top 10 Comfy Dog Beds that will give your dog the sweetest dreams.
Canada Pooch Cozy Caribou Dog Bed: Talk about comfortable, eh! With its ultra-soft cotton exterior, Sherpa lining, and extra firm cushions, the Cozy Caribou Dog Bed is the stuff dreams are made of. When it’s time to give it a clean, the outer bed and cushion covers are fully removable and it’s machine washable. There’s a reversible cushion to suit your pooch’s mood well as a side pocket for treasured toys. Available in sizes XS to XXL, in gray, maroon red, cobalt blue, light blue, and light pink. ( Canada Pooch)
DenHous BowHaus: When everything in your house just has to blend seamlessly and serve multi-purposes, DenHous’ BowHaus doubles beautifully has a side table and dog bed. Engineered to feel safe and snug (and uber stylish to boot), the BowHaus is made from powder-coated steel and features an eye-catching starburst design (that provides plenty of ventilation) and sleek silhouette. Inside this chic den, your dog can rest fashionably on a super-floppable cushion. The BowHaus is durable, easy to clean and comes with sliding door so pets can come and go at their leisure. ( DenHous)
Bowsers Double Donut Dog Bed: What’s better than one donut? Two donuts, of course! I’m not talking about the ones you eat (although that does sound good right now). In this case, I’m referring to Bowsers Double Donut Dog Bed. At first glance, you may mistake it for a little sofa. But this dog bed is all about sleeping in comfort. The upper bolster is finished off with piping to create an elegant finish, while the removable orthopedic foam insert and top tufted cushion is all about support and comfort. When it’s time for a wash, the zippered covers come off easily and go right into the washing machine. The Double Donut bed comes in small to X-large, with 55 fabric choices to pick from. ( Bowsers)
DoggySnooze snoozeLounge: Nothing says “I’m hip and comfortable” like the DoggySnooze snoozeLounge. The snoozeLounge is ideal for leaners – these are the dogs that love to fall asleep with their head in your lap. This elevated dog bed is designed in a chase lounge style and is the perfect place to snooze or lounge (hence the name). It’s made with a strong aluminum alloy frame and a memory foam pad covered with durable cordura fabric. You can use it indoors and out, and the bed portion is machine washable. The snoozeLounge is available in sizes small to large, and comes in a range of colors. ( DoggySnooze)
Dreamease Cody Collection Dog Bed: When you want to get your pet a bed that’s nicer than yours, the Dreamease Dog Bed fits the bill nicely. The Cody Collection Dog Bed comes complete with a bolster and a cushion that’s filled with visco elastic memory foam and a pillow top for added plushness. This foam conforms to your dog’s body, which reduces pressure points and provides the ultimate in comfort. The wood ottoman base is painted in water-based non-toxic paint, while the bed portion features two fabrics: water resistant faux leather and cotton. The bed cover comes off when it needs to get thrown in the washing machine and the bolster can be removed from the ottoman for mobility. The Dreamease Cody Collection Dog Bed comes in three fabric and frame colors and is available in sizes small to large. ( Dreamease)
Harry Barker Rectangle Hemp Stripe Dog Bed: Dude, this bed is so comfortable! Made from eco-friendly hemp, the Harry Barker Rectangle Hemp Stripe Bed is simple yet chic and will add a pop of color to any room. Durable and naturally mildew resistant, the Hemp Stripe Dog Bed uses non-chemical, earth-friendly dyes, and the cover is preshrunk and machine washable. It’s available in five colors and comes in sizes small to large. ( Harry Barker)
Hip Doggy Deluxe Pop Tent Bed: It’s not just a bed; it’s also a comfortable hang out! The Hip Doggy Deluxe Pop Tent Bed turns easily from a bed to a luxe pup tent. Offering wall-to-wall soft plush micro-velvet, the Pop Tent Bed features thick, high-quality memory foam walls. The Hip Doggy Deluxe Pop Tent Bed is available in single- or double-door styles, and comes with three colors choices. ( Hip Doggy)
Orvis Deep Dish Dog Bed: Deep dish isn’t just a pizza – it’s also an comfy dog bed. The Orvis Deep Dish Dog Bed boasts a sleek shape, a soft quilted top, and a streamlined bolster. You can also use it as a dog couch, because more than one pup can fit onto it. When it’s time for a snooze, the plush 4″ thick microfiber bolster bed provides security and cozy support from behind. As well, the cover is removable and washable. The Orvis Deep Dish Dog Bed is available in seven fabric colors and comes in sizes small to X-large. ( Orvis)
PetEgo Waffle Bed: Om nom nom! Waffles! Oh wait, that’s not the kind of waffle we’re talking about. This waffle is a lot more comfortable (and a lot less sticky). The PetEgo Waffle Bed is the ultimate in casual relaxation. This square dog bed cushion showcases checked stitching in coffee and orange. The PetEgo Waffle Bed is available in medium and large. ( PetEgo)
P.L.A.Y. Big Foot Dog Bed: You dog may have small paws, but he leaves a big paw print! P.L.A.Y.’s Big Foot Dog Bed is perfect for dogs that like to be pampered. Packed with eco-friendly PlanetFill filler (made from 100 percent post-consumer certified-safe recycled plastic bottles) high-loft fill, the Big Foot Dog Bed is covered by a super-comfy fleece material that boats a fun and playful paw design. This bed is machine washable and dryer friendly, and comes is sizes x-small and small. ( P.L.A.Y.)
Amy Tokic, Editor of PetGuide.com, is a passionate animal lover and proud pet parent of Oscar, a Shih Tzu/Chihuahua cross, and Zed, a Japanese Chin. Her love of animals began in kindergarten, when she brought her stuffed dog Snoopy into class with her every day. Now, she writes about her adventures in pet ownership and tirelessly researches products, news and health related issues she can share with other animal enthusiasts. In her free time, Amy loves perusing used book and record stores, obsessing over the latest pet products available and chasing squirrels with wild abandon (a habit attributed to spending too much time with her pooches).
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