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Kimlor Dog Bed Cover - 50"

Closeouts. No need to buy a whole new dog bed when Buster really makes a mess of it -- just replace the cover with Kimlor's dog bed cover, made of paw-proof cotton canvas that won't rip or tear even when dogs dig at it.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rina from washington on Tuesday, August 12, 2014
    I got an extra cover to alternate with the bed. They are easy to remove and wash well. They did rip faster than I expected. Not sure why, because the cover on the dog bed set is still perfect.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Marcy from Arkansas on Friday, June 20, 2014
    Great dog bed cover!! Very durable. Easy to clean.
  • Reviewed by Melanie from Alaska on Thursday, January 16, 2014
    I use papasan cushions instead of regular dog beds. I buy them when I find them on clearance, and they don't usually match my decor. I've priced covers for them before, but they usually cost more than I paid for the cushion itself. I ran across these. I purchased two of them. They are durable, and even better, these fit my papasan cushions! The cushions are 53", but because they aren't as fluffy as the actual dog bed these are made for, they fit just right. I'm very happy and thinking about purchasing a couple more to have on hand.
  • Reviewed by Mulequeen from North Carolina on Friday, January 10, 2014
    An amazing price for a great bed cover. Dogs love it!!! it does take quite a lot of stuffing to fill it.
  • Reviewed by matty from california on Wednesday, December 4, 2013
    excellent cover; will last two - three years. Dog will tear with claws after three years or so and will need to be replaced so not indestructible by dog.
  • Reviewed by Radost from Nevada on Monday, November 18, 2013
    Heavy duty cotton canvas! Really nice constructed and stitching is great! Washed when arrived and came out of the dryer perfect! Very impressed!
  • Reviewed by Susiebell2 from Dahlonega, GA on Thursday, May 23, 2013
    So glad to get this cover...the original cover rotted after a couple of years...only with my nasty dog. The clean dog's cover was fine. The bed is always lumpy and such a hassle to move stuffing since I have the extra large bed. I may try to stuff it with cedar shavings.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ephblum from Amherst, NY on Tuesday, September 18, 2012
    Picked up a bunch of these on sale when they began to be offered instead of the entire beds. The covers are the best part of the beds as I think the poly inserts are very quick to push to the edges and compress to the floor with the size of the dogs you would expect on beds this big. The covers are a pretty durable fabric and resistant to scratching before laying down so far. The only vulnerable part is the zipper, which is a flimsy gauge/size although covered by a large flap it is somewhat protected. We have had one zipper casualty, although that cover is still in service so far (we haven't come downstairs to polyester everywhere-at least not from one of these beds!). If the zipper does break and the cover is still usable, I like to use small zip ties to fasten it closed at intervals. These can be easily clipped to remove the insert for washing the cover. Sewing it shut means you can't take the insert out for washing without more work and safety pins, etc. are more of a hazard. We had been cutting old memory foam mattress toppers to make inserts for rectangluar Orvis covers (30x40") with our last-and smaller-dog, and it works great for these bigger beds as well. Anything in the 3-5" range in thickness works great. One drawback is a queen topper only gets you one insert at 50" diameter (so we have only made 1 round insert so far). But, our 2 6-month-old great danes immediately preferred the memory foam bed because it doesn't compress to the floor after about a week.
    • Best Uses: Dogs
    • Cons: Zipper Can Be Vulnerable
    • Pros: Durable, Flap Covering Zipper, Scratch resistant
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