COOL YOUR HOME ON A BUDGET WITH WINDOW FILM TO BLOCK HEAT AND UV RAYS.

Brindle High Density Velour Dog Mattress

Last updated: July 31, 2023


This dog mattress is 4-inches thick and designed to provide older dogs with relief from their achy joints. The mattress is constructed from a soft memory foam and covered with a waterproof case. The case is easily removable for cleaning when needed.

We looked at the top Dog Mattresses and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Dog Mattress you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: You'll find this dog mattress comes in a variety of colors, including red, navy, khaki and charcoal.

In our analysis of 28 expert reviews, the Brindle High Density Velour Dog Mattress placed 2nd when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Give your pet a soft, comfortable and durable place to nap. The BRINDLE Memory Foam Pet Bed features a 2-inch layer of soft, orthopedic memory foam layered on top of two inches of high density support foam for a sleep surface that conforms and provides comfort. Made of durable material with a waterproof inner layer, this pet bed is not only cozy, but also long lasting. The zippered cover can be easily removed and safely washed for easy care. Stylish fabrics match your decor and your pet’s style, while a non-skid bottom helps keep the bed in place. There are a few things to consider when choosing a pet bed for your best friend, like where you will use the bed and how your pet sleeps. If you plan to use it in the kennel or in the car, you’ll want to measure the exact space the bed will fill. Many BRINDLE pet beds are designed to fit standard kennel dimensions. If you are using the bed in an open space, like your living room or bedroom, consider your pet’s sleep position. If your pet sleeps curled up, a small, cozy bed is ideal. If your dog spreads out in snoring, care-free sprawl, occasionally chasing dreamland squirrels, you may want to size up to accommodate. A general rule is to measure your dog from nose to rump and add 10 inches. Although no one knows your pet the way you do, these suggestions should help you select the right size bed.

Our Expert Consultant

Stephanie Mantilla 
Animal trainer

Stephanie Mantilla is a positive reinforcement-based animal trainer who has worked with a variety of animals, from lizards all the way up to cheetahs and lions.  She now runs the pet blog Curiosity Trained, writing about training and enrichment for your dog and cat.  She holds a behavioral husbandry professional development certificate from the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) and has a bachelor of science in biology and environmental science.

View our Dog Mattress buying guide for in-depth advice and recommendations.

From our partners