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Features of Every Bully Bed -- The Best Large Dog Beds on the Market

Industry leading 20-Year Warranty

Removable, washable microfiber cover

Waterproof liner included

Made from Certipur-US certified-safe memory foam

Heavy duty, chew-resistant zippers

Special non- slip base

Affordable luxury for every dog

Family-owned small business based in Florida

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Simply the best extra large dog bed available - at a price you can afford

The most supportive large-breed dog bed available


Which dogs need large dog beds or big dog beds?

A good rule of thumb to figure out if your furry friend needs a large dog bed is to observe how they prefer to sleep or rest, then measure the space. Dogs who prefer to stretch out need large dog beds, while those who like to curl may need one a bit more snug.

What types of breeds need extra large dog beds?

The types of breeds that would require extra large dog beds include, but are not limited to:

  • English Bulldog
  • Pit Bull
  • Border Collie
  • Australian Shepherd
  • German Shepherd
  • Labrador Retriever
  • Golden Retriever
  • Standard Poodle
  • Boxer
  • Dalmatian

If your dog’s breed does not fall under the above list, it does not mean that they will not need a large dog bed. It all depends on your dog’s personal needs and is always best to measure them out first before purchasing.

How big are large breed dog beds in sizes?

We have a wide array of large dog beds that vary slightly in size.

Original Orthopedic Bully Bed: 48” x 30” x 7”

Infrared Dog Bed: 48” x 30” x 7”

Orthopedic 3 Sided Bolster Bed: 48” x 30” x 5”

Orthopedic Round Sherpa Top Bolder Bed: 34” x 34” x 6”

Calming Faux Fur Round Bed: 34” x 34” x 11”

What are the best large dog beds?

The best large dog bed for your canine is one that can comfortably accommodate their size and weight – so that they do not sink into the floor if they are too heavy for the mattress. Those with bigger breeds should go for thicker dog beds to prevent this and protect their dog’s joints.

What should you keep in mind while buying large or big dog beds?

The 3 most important things to consider when choosing a large dog bed are:

  • Which position does your dog sleep in?
  • Are the covers easy to clean?
  • Is it durable enough for the size and weight of your dog?

How do you clean large dog beds?

Our large dog beds all come with waterproof covers, making it a breeze to wipe off and clean up after your furry friends.

When it is time for a thorough wash, you can easily remove the covers, pop them in the washing machine and tumble with cold water. When it is time to dry the large dog bed, you can put them in the dryer on low heat or air dry.

What types of material are used in big dog beds?

Our Bully Beds all come with Certipur US Certified orthopedic foam that are non-hazardous, that each vary in thickness and dimensions based on the type of model.

All the large dog beds have covers that are washable and removable, and also vary in materials. Some are made with microfiber, others with Sherpa, still others with faux fur, and one option with a heavy-duty chew-resistant fabric.

How soft are the big dog beds?

Our large dog beds are durable, but very supportive and comfortable without being too firm like a quality mattress, while the calming faux fur bed is our softest bed.

What is the best place to put a large dog bed?

The best place to put large dog beds is by the wall or in a corner. This helps dogs feel more secure compared to open spaces. Never put the bed in the middle to avoid accidents in the dark or waking them up with noise.