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Kimlor Memory-Foam Dog Bed - 24x36”

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Information about Kimlor Memory-Foam Dog Bed - 24x36”
Closeouts. Treat your four-legged family member to Kimlor's memory-foam dog bed; they're sure to enjoy the dog-specific support, warmth and comfort of the scientifically engineered memory foam. Whether it's resting achy joints or a finding warm spot on a cold floor, your dog will experience the ultimate in comfort when sleeping or lounging.
  • High-density foam is engineered to allow dogs to sink in the perfect amount, to provide ideal support
  • Open-cell foam technology helps maintain and regulate body temperature
  • Paw-proof upholstery cloth won't rip or tear even when dogs dig at it
  • Removable, cotton outer cover is washable
  • Removable, breathable inner cover is washable
  • Made in United States of America
Specs about Kimlor Memory-Foam Dog Bed - 24x36”
  • Weight: 6 lb.
  • Material: Cotton cover with polyester memory
  • Dimensions: 3x36x24" (HxWxD)
  • Made in United States of America

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Reviewed by Happy customer from Colorado on Tuesday, March 4, 2014
My doggies love them! That's what they told me.
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  • Reviewed by Happy customer from Colorado on Tuesday, March 4, 2014
    My doggies love them! That's what they told me.
  • Reviewed by OCULUS from Rensselaer, NY on Saturday, February 22, 2014
    I can't count the number of dog beds we've been through, but this appears to be the best in terms of quality and construction. I am currently using AKC foam beds from STP and they (my pair of Newfies) love them--even though the mouse fur covers aren't easy to sweep clean. We also have the Olly Dog two-tone tin beds which they are happy to use if the foam is not handy.

    These Kimlors use YKK zippers inside on the high grade foam cover and then YKK zippers on the sturdy exterior canvas covers--much easier to sweep clean and wash. Have not really used these yet but I am confident they will be a hit. The memory foam is clear and clean, as opposed to the composite foam particles/pieces fused together in the AKC beds.

    My only concern is the heat retained by memory foam. Personal experience with pillows and others owning mattresses indicate that they are very warm and trap perspiration making the bed clothes a soggy mess. I worry about these being TOO WARM for Newfies and intend to use them only in winter on a chilly brick-tile kitchen floor…that they value in hot weather.

    Otherwise, they are a very serviceable color and fold easily to get out of the way--less they become a pedestrian hazard in a smallish kitchen. And STP's relatively high price is indicative of the quality of the Kimlor products line and I expect good service and long use at a price that is far below the suggested (sky-high) MSRP.
  • Reviewed by JL from New Paltz, NY on Thursday, November 7, 2013

    --Foam quality. The bed consists of a single peace of heavy dense memory foam. From what I understand, many dog beds that claim to be memory foam are actually made of pieces of foam, which are not as supportive. I tried laying on it myself and it seemed super comfortable. Even though it's not very thick, the foam quality seems to make up for it.
    --The cover seems to be high quality as well.


    --shape. My dog wasn't crazy about the bed at first -- I think because it's perpendicular and he doesn't always know to orient himself on it in the right direction. Another thing is that the bed is not very thick and relatively dense, so it's not as nest-like as lower quality round bed where the bottom sinks down and the sides end up being higher so it's easy to curl up into a ball (of course then you're basically laying on the floor). I think it would've been perfect if it was rounder and had some sort of sides. After I put it right next to the couch so that the couch became the side of the bed, it's become one of his favorite places to sleep.

    My dog is about 50 pounds and the size is just about right.

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