Product Review: B & G Martin Dog Bed Cushion

Amy Tokic
by Amy Tokic
When your dog insists on sleeping in the lap of luxury, go luxe with the B & G Martin Dog Bed Cushion. It’s eco-plushness at its finest.

It really says something when your dogs have a nicer bed than you do.

Just look at the fancy new bed Oscar and Zed were sent to try – B & G Martin’s Microsuede Dog Bed Cushion (this one is the Honey with Buckwheat Detail) and Gold Star Fitted Linen Cover.

Taking deluxe to the next level, this B&G Martin bed has a super soft cover made of luxurious upholstery grade microsuede, and is detailed with lush welting. Boasting classic features clean lines, the cushion maintains its shape over time, offering endless comfort and support.

More good news: The soft cover zips off easily for machine washing and all seams are over-locked so they’ll never fray. Plus, the luxurious pillow insert is water proof so if your dog has a potty training accident it won’t penetrate into the fill.

Here are the top three things you need to know about B & G Martin before you invest in one of their luxe beds:

  1. They’re luxurious, yet practical. Now this is the kind of mix I can get behind! You can choose to go with one of the dog bed cushions (embroidered with your dog’s name on it) or get the perfect fit with a bespoke custom bed.

    If you like the idea of a fresh, clean doggy bed at all times, get one of their fitted linen covers. Available in a wide range of patterns and colors, these fitted linen covers go straight in the cold cycle wash.
  2. The eco-friendly bed cushions are made from recycled plastic bottles. All materials used are eco-friendly, Vegan and cruelty-free. B & G Martin believes that no animal should suffer or die for the comfort of another animal, so they don’t use leather, wool, goose down or feathers, fur, or silk.
  3. Giving back to dogs in need. Every time a dog bed is purchased, the company pays for a dog to be spayed or neutered in an effort to reduce pet overpopulation worldwide. As well, when you buy an accessory, such as a fitted linen cover, B & G Martin donates enough money from the proceeds to vaccinate a dog from diseases like rabies and parvo.

We now turn things over to Oscar and Zed, who took this cushion on a rest drive!

Zed gives the B & G Martin bed 1 tongue out!

Oscar spends some quality time on the cushion, snuggling into the linen cover.

Zed gives us his best puppy dog eyes as he asks: “Can I sleep on this bed tonight?”

There’s room for two… although Oscar’s not too sure about sharing.

Hey! Let me back up on the bed, Oscar!

Zed’s got the bed all to himself… and he looks lonely!


The B & G Martin microsuede dog bed cushion comes in Small, Medium, and Large, and range in price from $155 to $335.

This bed is a must for the eco-friendly pet parent – Oscar and Zed love the fact that it’s filled with recycled plastic bottles instead of goose down (which mom happens to also be allergic to). And the cover is an added bonus, even if it is an added cost. Both the cover and the microsuede cover are machine washable in cold water – which is good news for Zed, who hasn’t mastered the finer points of housetraining.

Note: was NOT compensated for this review. Our reviewer received a B & G Martin Dog Bed Cushion to review. The opinions expressed in this post are the author’s. We provide unbiased feedback of the products and share products we think our readers would enjoy using and learning more about.

Amy Tokic
Amy Tokic

Amy Tokic, Editor of, 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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