Frosted berber sleep surface softens this dog bed's hardwearing jacquard cover
A right-angle bolster gives sofa-loving dogs the structure they love
Baffled liner keeps the polyfil stuffing from shifting and clumping
With an eye-catching right-angle bolster, this dog bed knocks one out of the park in both style and structure. It provides the "arms" that sofa-loving dogs crave and features a cuddly berber sleep surface to soften up the hardwearing woven jacquard cover with nonskid bottom. It also features a zippered, baffled liner overstuffed with our MiracleLoft® polyfil, which is made from recycled soda bottles. The bolster area also features a zippered liner. Remove each of the liners to machine wash the cover when necessary. Available in Tobacco, Harvest, or Granite. Sorry, personalization is not available for this bed.
Keep a second cover on hand for accidents, for laundry day or just when you want a different look.
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Caring for your Doctors Foster and Smith Angled Luxe Dog Bed Care and Cleaning
Unzip this bed's bolster and base to remove the liners before washing. Use regular washing detergent when washing this bed's cover. We recommend that you wash the liners only when needed. Use cold or lukewarm water, as well as a gentler cycle on your washing machine. Be sure to equalize the load in your washer, especially if the cover is large, sopping wet covers can become so heavy that they may unbalance your washer. To dry the cover, tumble dry on low heat or line dry (recommended for darker colors). Line dry liners.
"Every dog should have a bed--for warmth, comfort, and the security of having a place of his or her own."
Dogs tend to select couches, chairs, or beds as a place to rest or sleep. They prefer the comfort and warmth these items of furniture offer compared to a hard floor. Dog beds provide the same comfort benefits and they keep pets off furniture - an important consideration for many pet owners who prefer to keep their furniture free from pet hair. A bed introduced at an early age, reinforced with consistent training, will keep your pet off your furniture for his or her entire life.
Where you place your dog's bed is entirely up to you and your dog. Just remember it is his or her resting place so it's best not to place it in a high traffic area of your home. Many pet owners place their pet's bed in their cage or crate once he or she is house trained, while others prefer a location near where they spend much of their time so their companion is always nearby. We offer a wide selection of styles and color choices that enable you to choose a bed and changeable cover that complements your decor.