I have a 14 year old Cocker Spaniel that I wanted to reduce her jumping up and down on sofa as that's where she sleeps and she loves this bed. She's 24 lbs and I purchased the large which fits her well because she likes to sprawl out. My cat likes the bed too. I think the quality is nice. Happy with purchase.
I bought this for my older tripod. He loves the removable pillow, but it gets flattened after two nights of sleeping on it. Additionally, the pad at the bottom of the bed is super thin - we're talking minimal padding/insulation. I'm going to have to add another pad underneath.
Got this bed as a replacement for a similar style of bed where the bolsters were flattening out. While the bolsters remain upright after 9 months of use, the inner pillow barely stood a chance. It was flattened thin by my 75lb dog in no time, causing me to have to get a replacement inner pillow (an orthopedic crate liner) otherwise it felt like she was laying on the floor. So decent edges, but really flimsy inner padding. Plan accordingly and have a back up inner pad.
I got this bed for my 30-35lbs / 10 week old Saint Bernard for this stage of his life. Good bed, and the removable pillow is nice, and the side bolsters are sturdy. Easy to wash. I got the large, and my puppy outgrew it around the 35-40lbs mark, so I can’t see any breed of dog being able to use this past 45-50lbs. While it is orthopedic, the mattress thickness is very thin, maybe 1.5”, so any dog with weight past 40lbs will compress it to the point that they might as well be laying on the floor. For dogs under 40lbs, this is a good / great bed.
Love it. This is the second one of these that we have purchased. It took a couple of years but our mini-schnauzer destroyed the first one.
I bought one of these for my elderly dog who has trouble getting up on my bed sometimes. He likes it but my younger dog likes it too and has appropriated it. I had to buy another one. Now they both have one and neither of them sleeps on my bed most of the time.
My 1 year old cat has previous back leg issues and needed a new bed so I figured it wouldn't hurt to try an orthopedic one. It's very sturdy and well made. Just got it today and she's already napping on it.
Rico loves his new bed. I wonder if a bigger one would be better!
Bed is very supportive, however it was to small for our 19lb Boston Terrier.
My dog is a 50-lb, 11-year-old pit bull/boxer mix. I got this bed as a crate pad because (1) it's orthopedic and my dog is old, (2) it's supposed to be easy to wash, and (3) I wanted to put pee pads inside the cushion lining, and this bed seemed good for that (she occasionally experiences incontinence/bowel issues while I'm away). I haven't needed to wash it yet, so I can't speak to how easy it is to do so, but I can say that my dog absolutely loves this bed. I'll now wake up to her sleeping in her crate instead of on her normal, much bigger bed. I do wish there was a way to attach the pillow to the rest of the bed because she pushes it around and I have to reposition it daily, but that's not a big deal. I got a large, which is big enough for her since she curls up when she's in bed, but I would've gotten an XL if her crate were bigger so she could sprawl out if she wanted to.