|Bed Feature||Machine-washable, Removable Cover, Orthopedic||Machine-washable, Removable Cover, Cooling, Orthopedic||Machine-washable, Orthopedic, Removable Cover||Orthopedic, Removable Cover, Machine-washable||Removable Cover, Machine-washable, Orthopedic|
|Cover Material||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric|
|Lifestage||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior|
|Fill And Frame Material||Memory Foam, Orthopedic Foam, Foam||Gel Foam, Orthopedic Foam, Foam||Orthopedic Foam, Foam||Memory Foam, Orthopedic Foam, Foam||Memory Foam, Orthopedic Foam, Foam|
|Breed Size||Giant Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Giant Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds|
Very soft, the memory foam cushion is very supportive for my almost 15 year old lab mix fur baby. The only thing is that it is a lot larger then anticipated, I ordered the jumbo, because that is what matched the dimensions of the bed I was replacing, but this is a lot big then the sizing listed on the website, it could fit two of her in it. I guess I'd rather it was too big, than to small.
Gracie loves her new bed. She was a little hesitant for a couple of days but finally started sleeping with her head on the bolsters, off the bolsters, head hanging over the front of the bed and occasionally snoring. It is difficult to keep the cats off so she has started whining when she wants her bed, but she does allow them to share the bed with her. She is happy and so am I.
So far we’re loving it! The walls are high and sturdy and the bed is firm but comfy. I laid in it and almost fell asleep haha. Pretty sure my dogs bed is comfier than my own. She fell asleep and napped for an hour as soon as she laid down. Still brand new but so far no complaints!
I wanted a second bed for my older dog who has arthritis and difficulty walking but did not want to pay the big box store price that I paid for my first bed. I was worried that the bed would not be big enough but it was. It is still the second choice for all of my dogs because it is smaller than the first one I bought, but it is sturdy enough to hold up to my new puppy and also pressure releaving for my two older dogs.
The material is soft, the color is great but this doesn't feel at all like memory foam. It not nearly as thick as I imagined. I have it on top of her old bed for added padding. The sides are a nice touch.
My rescue wasn't use to an orthopedic bed so took a few days to get him to sleep on it. Now he sleeps in all positions and has plenty of room to stretch out. I got the large even though he is a medium size dog. Works well for him. It does require a big spot to place it.
Great for our senior dog. She has arthritis and has a hard time walking on soft surfaces so I got the memory foam version of this bed (it seemed like the densest version) and it works well for her. She seems comfortable when sleeping but doesn't struggle to position herself on the bed when getting on or off. She sleeps with her head on the bolster sometimes which I think helps her breathe more easily. I was waiting to wash this before I reviewed it because I was a little worried about how it would hold up, but it did great! The bolster padding and bed surface are two separate pieces, and both zip easily out of the cover. It's a little annoying to get the bolster padding back in after you wash the cover (you really have to squish it into the edges of the cover) but the bed also seems to stay clean longer than my other dog beds (weeks or months vs. days or weeks for the others) so I consider that a fair trade.
This is far from orthopedic. Very little pressure takes you straight to the floor. It feels like one of those mattress pads from the 80s that also did nothing.
My dog is about 16-18 lbs and 22 in long. He likes to splay out so I was debating on whether to get the M or L size, but opted for the M. It's a great fit, he loves propping himself up on the bolsters to see what we're doing, and curling up in it when we're less active. I think we'll put a thin blanket over it because he really likes to "make his bed". Overall he seems to prefer it over his other beds!
My 11 year old German Shepherd has arthritis and though she likes the cool floor, this bed eases the pain in her joints. She sleeps like a log in her new bed!