Bowsers Urban Lounger Dog Bed, X-Large, Aspen


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  • Streamlined shape and contemporary design.
  • Washing instructions: unzip cover and remove bolster and cushion insert; rezip and wash cover only on cool setting; tumble dry low heat.
  • Fabric: jacquard

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Dual layer, fiber topped foam inner cushion provides orthopedic support and plush comfort. In this unique one piece design, the bottom cushion is secured (zippered) into the bottom of the bed, making this a great solution for dogs that tend to dig and chew removable cushions.

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  1. 08

    by Mickey

    Ordered a pair of this Chihuahua pillows for my black leather sofa. They are a great homage to my favorite fur baby! They are a bit thin, but still fairly nice. The fabric a lot like burlap and the black imprint on the front is nice and clear. I really like them. I can see that possibly a larger pillow insert would make them a bit puffier, but the 18×18″ I have will suffice. I’d try the 20×20″ if I buy other pillow covers. The zipper on the bottom is nice and almost invisible as stated in the description.Great item

  2. 08

    by Monica Eckles Myers

    My future DIL loved them. I gifted them to her. They made of a very durable material.

  3. 08

    by Leslie

    perfect absorbency, great for night training, I will definitely buy this again to have a back up and recommend it to everyone!

  4. 08

    by fedx8

    My dog (boxer x German shorthair) has a short single coat and unless he’s pulling me on the bike, he gets cold when the mercury dips below about 25F. He also loves to splash in puddles, and has zero consideration of the temperature when doing so. I was looking for something with chest coverage (leg coverage a bonus) to cover his hairless underside on our outings (we also hike and camp quite a bit even during winter, which is mostly mild here, but sometimes can be cold).The XL fits pretty well. He is 17″ at the base of the neck, 21″ base of neck to base of tail, and 29″ around the girth. There’s some room in the back half for mobility, but the front has maybe just enough room for an extra fleece layer. Definitely not designed for super deep-chested or really large dogs. There is a velcro-down flap that covers the leash attachment, which seems like it’s only positioned for a step-in harness (not for a standard harness with a loop on the back). The fleece lining goes all the way down the legs, but doesn’t extend to the neck cuff. I’ve found the easiest way to put it on is: back legs, start zipper, front legs, finish zipper.I had the chance to use it for a short morning walk with wind chill at 8F, and my buddy wasn’t shivering, but he wasn’t super toasty. He doesn’t quite move normally with this on, maybe due to static or the leg coverage, but hopefully he’ll get more comfortable with more time and I can find a solution to the static.

  5. 08

    by JPPT

    It is perfect, my dog can move easily that she does not even feel she is wearing it. Very good.

  6. 08

    by Terry L

    The bed is smaller than it looks in the advertisement photo, but my dog is a spaniel, so the bed is big enough. My dog knew that it was a bed for her. I guess that makes it successful.

  7. 08

    by Jennifer St. Louis

    The leash is nice and sturdy and easy to hold. That said, my dog is a puller and although we’re working on that issue, this leash can be uncomfortable. On the bad pulling days, my hand gets red markings from the leash. I don’t have pictures because with a dog that pulls, there’s no real opportunity to pull out a camera and take a picture. It’s not particularly painful and does go away as soon as I’m done holding the leash, so I wouldn’t be overly concerned with that. I’m still using the leash, it’s just not my favorite.For those dogs that are leash trained or not too large, this would probably be an ideal leash. For those that have pullers like me, you might get a leash that has a handle or padding on the end that you hold.

  8. 08

    by chelsea lopez

  9. 08

    by Valarie V. Hart

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