Information about OllyDog Plush Dog Bed - 22x36", Large
Overstock fabric. Your four-legged friend will love snuggling into this large, plush OllyDog dog bed. It may even be enough to lure him away from that particular spot on the couch you always seem to be competing for.
Reviewed by Patrick from Columbus, OH on Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Our dog is a 9-10 lb Yorkie. This is the perfect size for her. It maybe would be okay for up to a 20 lb. dog, but I wouldn't get it for a dog much bigger. Lola is out cold when she is laying on this thing. She loves it. She doesn't want to get out of bed in the morning.
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Reviewed by Florida shopper from Florida on Saturday, October 31, 2015
This dog bed is very soft and delicate. My dog loved it. He ate it within a day. Fabric is too thin and soft to make a bed for most dogs that like to chew. It would be fine for a little dog that is super low energy and has no chewing habits.
perhaps if I cover it with some heavy duty fabric, it will be functional. for now, while inexpensive, it is worth nothing to me.
Reviewed by JakesMom from Delaware on Thursday, October 22, 2015
While the price was right and the expectations set for beds (bought 2) that would only be supplemental so our boy would have some comfort in one of our offices and in our shop (we have large, cushy, main beds for him in the BR and another office, these were a good bit smaller than 36". Try 32". Our guy is not a medium, sized, 43lbs. pup, but he is long, so stretched out, he is hitting some floor. I'm ok that they aren't thick and plush for the price, but it should measure up to the size description.
Reviewed by jbrianb from Tennessee on Friday, August 28, 2015
My dog is a mixed breed and weighs about 35 lbs. She's built a lot like a standard schnauzer (my last dog), which is to say, she's "average" in most ways. Not long, not short. Not tall, not squatty. Not thick, not thin. Very proportioned. This pad feels a little thin to me (and to her) and it's none too big. A large Labrador would find the large far too small. And too thin. I consider it a good purchase at the sale price and it makes a fine travel bed for her or a second bed when she wants to be where we are, in the living room, for instance, but for night time, I'm getting her something else with more substance.
It is plush with a nice fabric and a soft feel. It is washable. For $15, I'd buy it again, but for full price? No way. Line a crate, use it as a travel bed. Put one in the living room to keep your pet off the hard floor. But don't expect it to be a good, daily bed for your dog. I view it like a dog hammock or a dog sofa. Fine for a nap, but not as good as a real bed.
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