Overstock. Kimlor's round jumbo dog bed is a super-sized sleeping haven for your four-legged friends. Paw-proof upholstery cloth won't rip or tear, even when dogs dig at it, and the cover zips off easily for quick clean-up in the washing machine.
Filled with high-lofting polyester
Cover zips off for easy washing
Dimensions (DxH): 50x3-1/2"
Material: Cover is at least 75% cotton, remainder polyester; polyester fill
Reviewed by Mom2Kids&K9s from Rochester, NY on Saturday, January 7, 2012
I bought this bed in both the green and brown color in July. Both arrived together but in different boxes. In 1 (big box) the bed was already puffed out, but the cover was still wrapped. The other one (medium box) arrived with the bed still compressed and cover also still wrapped. Sierra sent the ri...
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Reviewed by Kayte from PA on Monday, December 22, 2014
The covering is durable, the stuffing shifts to the edges and the center gets thin. I originally tried the 40" but it was too small for my 110# Akita. I think the round shape requires a larger size than a rectangular shape. Her previous bed is a little less than 40" wide so I thought the 40" bed should be large enough but because of the thickness of the bed, she didn't seem to fit comfortably. I needed a thick bed because it would be on the unheated inclosed porch. The 50" does wrap around her nicely but takes up so much room. Next time I will try to find a rectangular shaped bed. The price was right on this one though and I can add stuffing material to thicken up the center.. I really like the durable fabric and hair doesn't stick to it as easily as a fleece covering.
Reviewed by Paddlefaster from New York on Saturday, December 13, 2014
I originally purchased this item for our extremely spoiled Kai Ken. I hoping that she would just once, relinquish my side of the couch, thereby allowing me to FINALLY watch some Sunday football in comfort. The truth of the matter is, the dog didn't really get much of a chance to use it. My wife saw how fluffy and big it was and her eyes lit up real wide... "It looks like one of those giant bean bag chairs! I always wanted one of those!"
That's when she grabbed the cushion, threw it up atop her side of the TV rooms couch, laid down on it, pulled a fleece blanket over herself and then proceeded to fall asleep...
So, now the wife is sleeping on the Jumo bed on the couch... The dog is sleeping on my side of the couch with her head on my pillow, and I'm STILL stuck lying on the cold, hard floor...
Maybe I should order a second dog bed for myself!
Nice quality, nice price. Big and comfortable. Your dog (or wife) will love it... Your husband? Maybe not so much.
Reviewed by Angel from Tennessee on Friday, December 5, 2014
three weeks in and today I came home to brown stuffing all over my living room, dining room and Kitchen and hallway. There really is a lot in there; It took two 30 gallon bags to hold it all. My dogs- 100 lb, 1.5 yr old lab- a 60lb, 6month lab- and 23 lb Boston terrier. ( I really think the Boston was the instigator). The bed is chewed through the side that the zipper is on but they started in the middle, they didn't go for the end which was surprising to me. This was a great bed up until today. It was able to stand up to constant pawing and scratching from multiple dogs and the fabric is not fraying or losing color from it.
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I'm not sure if they will replace the cover because the dog pawed through it versus a manufacturer defect but definitely worth asking. I run a rescue and have great luck with these beds and the maker. They replaced 2 that had zipper issue with out jumping through hoops.
Answered on 10/28/2014 4:36:42 AM by Meredith K9 rescue from Mooresville, NC
I would contact Kimlor directly and ask them about it. One of my dogs ate the zipper off.....
Answered on 10/28/2014 6:43:42 AM by susanhu from Pittsburgh, PA
Very good question. My dog managed to slit the exterior fabric with her collar. I too would like to purchase a replacement cover because the bedding is still in great shape.
Answered on 11/21/2014 5:21:32 PM by Traveler from Washington
In it's "fluffed" state it is about 8-10" thick. In it's compressed state it is about 2-3".
Answered on 3/2/2014 1:55:26 PM by DFL from North Carolina
empty it is 6-8 inches in the center, with a 120 dog it is 2-3 inches thick
Answered on 3/2/2014 2:16:44 PM by atlanta from Georgia
It's polyfilled, so the filling moves around, but I'd say on average about 6"s. My rotties love it when I 'fluff' their pillows and they have 12" to tamp down doing circles to find the perfect spot. This is a great deal, and the doggies love it.
Answered on 3/2/2014 2:44:44 PM by msdarlene from Lakes Region NH
The dog bed is around ten inches without the dog being on it. Our dog weighs ninety five pounds and is tall and long he fit on the bed without problems and took to the bed well and uses it often ( it beats having him on the couch)
Answered on 3/2/2014 6:08:11 PM by carpfly tier from Kansas
Around 4.5-5 inches.
Answered on 3/3/2014 4:40:14 AM by ecc from Shokan, NY
it's lofted around 6 inches but is loose and packs out with her nesting.
Answered on 3/4/2014 4:52:02 AM by Terbear from Colorado Springs
When we get products made in different countries we receive them in mixed batches. Unfortunately there is not a way to specify what country you would like your product to be from. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Answered on 4/19/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod.Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
Shipping container is 20" in length 13" tall and 12.5" wide.
Answered on 11/28/2011 12:00:00 AM by Product Spec. Marv from Sierra Trading Post
Roughly 24x16x16 (for a large)
Answered on 12/27/2011 12:00:00 AM by machaloca26 from Berkeley Springs, WV
the product is vacuum packed and came in a box about 2 inches square. Once air hits the stuffing it balloons up.
Answered on 2/13/2012 12:00:00 AM by Chandler Lady from Chandler, Az.
It is packed in a bag that basically takes all the air out and shrinks the bed down really tight, the cover is in a seperate bag lying flat...the box isn't as big as you would think but once you start unwrapping the bed it expands. Great way to ship something this big.
Answered on 2/29/2012 12:00:00 AM by Marita from Southern Indiana