K&H Pet Products Raised Cooling Outdoor Dog Bed

Last updated: May 21, 2024


This dog bed’s lightweight metal frame and heavy cover can hold over 200 pounds. It has a 7-inch ground clearance, slip-resistant rubber feet and a removable, washable cover. This elevated bed is available in sizes small through extra-large and in five different colors

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

Product Details

Key Takeaway: This elevated bed is available in sizes small through extra-large and in five different colors

In our analysis of 30 expert reviews, the Raised Cooling Outdoor Dog Bed placed 4th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

  • ELEVATED DOG COT: Raised dog bed helps pets stay cool in warm spring and summer months by allowing air to circulate and keeps pets off wet/cold ground with 7″ ground clearance; keeping your dog off the ground away from dirt, bugs, ticks, ants, etc
  • INDOOR & OUTDOOR USE: Lifted pet bed with breathable mesh center is great for indoor and outdoor use. Slip resistant rubber feet provide protection for indoor flooring and water resistant mesh center repels moisture
  • STRONG & STURDY: Dog cots lightweight metal frame and heavy denier cover holds over 200 pounds, durable and tested for strength
  • EASY CLEAN-UP: Removable cover is machine washable and can even be hosed off outdoors
  • COLLAPSIBLE: Collapsible dog cot is easy to assemble and disassemble, no tools necessary making this portable bed great for use during travel, camping, picnicking, place board training and more
  • BRAND YOU TRUST: Designed by K&H with OVER 20 years of experience in creating innovative, quality products
  • SIZE: Small measures 17 X 22 X 7 Inches, perfect for small breeds, toy breeds, and cats

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.

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