Our Fabulous extra thick dog beds are suitable from tiny puppies to large dogs

Our fabulous extra thick cushion dog bed pillow duvet beds are stylish and fashionable, offering oodles of plushness combined with pretty piped edges. These beds are generously filled with extra springy thermal hollow fibre fill to make sure your four-legged friend can snuggle down and snooze for hours!

Our hard-wearing covers are handmade with 100% cotton, easily removable via a zip and machine washable inside out at 30 degrees. The bed also includes a removable waterproof nylon internal liner, which provides a protective layer to the hollow fibre filling on the top side of the bed, reducing the need to wash the inner pillow. The waterproof liner will prevent any unwanted moisture seeping through from wet and muddy paws producing unwanted damp doggy smells. It also provides a defence barrier, reducing the likelihood of fleas and bacteria getting into the inner pillow and nesting and breeding. The liner is held in place with a mesh fabric, allowing the pillow to stay aerated.

By changing our fabrics and colours seasonally we can ensure each colour combination is not mass-produced, making each bed all the more special.

We personally have noticed that whatever make of bed we have bought our pets over the years, it was never long before it flattened considerably. Therefore, we like to make sure that all our beds leave the studio slightly overstuffed, to ensure the maximum snoozability factor and a longer life of the bed.

Dimensions:

66cm x 66cm (A good size for toy dogs or cats) – £48.00

85cm x 70cm (A good size for terriers) – £64.00

100cm x 80cm (A good size for spaniels) – £79.00

115cm x 85cm (A good size for retrievers) – £94.00

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