|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Natural Fabric, Synthetic Fabric, Polyester, Cotton|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Adult||Adult|
Got this as crate liner. Started using it two days ago. It’s very, very thin and provides no cushion. The fleece part is balling up and is everywhere- I have swept so many times already in 2 days. There are fuzz balls all over the mat and my floor. It was surprisingly white. (Was….) in 2 days it’s so dingy and gross. It’s not been rainy or muddy here, so my dog is not overtly dirty. This pad was a complete waste of money.
If your puppy is a digger this is not the mat for you. Tons of fluff comes off the mat just by taking your fingers across it. Didn’t get any better after washing. My puppy was covered in fluff after a few minutes.
Won't buy another. I vacuum daily around the kennel because when our dogs come out they bring parts of the pad with them. Will probably have to toss it out in the next few months because there's nothing left.
I was looking for an inexpensive thin pad to put inside of a dog pillow that has cedar shavings that aren't so soft. This worked perfect. It would also work well on a chair or on the car seat as a protective mat/pillow. It's exactly what the photo shows - a thin, light weight pad. very affordable.
I purchased this for an actual bed for the mastiff, instead of a crate bed. After a day, I noticed clumps of white fabric all over the house. It was falling apart and I hadn't even washed it yet. I washed it on gentle cycle and now there are empty spots where the clumps of fabric fell off. It will not last long. Would not recommend.
This bed is made from material that leaves fuzzies all over! Constantly picking fuzz balls up all over the house. Material gets stuck on nails and in toes and carried all over. Washing didn't help.
I understand the title is strange. Puppy loves it and so do I. She hasn’t been able to tear it up, but be sure to take the tag off. She yanks it, flips it, scratches it, ect. I have two, and wash them outside. When she had her first accident on one, I took it outside and any resimbalense to what would leave a stain is gone with just water. She had another accident a few weeks later and it was pee. I took it outside and quickly found out, it soaks up the pee but doesn’t hold it in. I don’t see this as a problem, it just took me off guard for a second. The only thing that has to be done with it atm, is a good brushing.
My cat Muffin took to this crate mat right away which she uses as a bed. She doesn't like anything spongy or springy under her feet so this is perfect for her. It also gives her a place to lean her back against while sleeping and she can rest her chin on the bolster too while watching the birds in the yard. Here she is taking an afternoon nap along with her favorite toy bird. She lives her new Frisco quilted crate mat!
I’ve had mine for over 2 years! I got the 42in one when my lab Macy was a puppy and she used it and now I’ve got another puppy who uses it in his kennel. It’s held up really well and besides a few stains it still looks and works great. The price is nothing compared to the quality. I didn’t think it would last a month when I bought it and it lasted way longer. About to buy another so both of my dogs have their own.
This pad is soft, but it sheds too much. After a couple wash, it lost its volume but continued to shed.