MidWest Homes Deluxe Super Plush Dog Bed

Last updated: October 13, 2023

MidWest Homes Deluxe Super Plush Dog Bed
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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.

Overall Take

Soft is the best word to describe this attractive dog bed. It can be used inside a dog cage or on any floor in your home. In addition to the plush surface, this bed comes with a non-slip bottom to keep the bed from sliding around on a hardwood floor.

In our analysis of 21 expert reviews, the MidWest Homes Deluxe Super Plush Dog Bed placed 4th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Plush gray Ombré Swirl deluxe dog Bed: pet Bed fits 30 Inches length dog crates & works great as a “stand alone” Bed

Expert Reviews


What experts liked

The fuzzy swirls look fragile, but they held up to both our scratch testing and wash testing.
Wont move on slippery tiles.
She calls it a “nice, lightweight bed that’s easy to wash,” explaining, “I can put the entire bed in the washing machine, and it comes out of the dryer looking good as new.”
The bed comes in three neutral colors to compliment almost every home decor. The bed is machine washable and dryable. Reviewers love that it’s so easy to toss in the washer whenever an accident strikes.

What experts didn't like

Some complain that it’s not as thick and fluffy as other mats.

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.

Overview

You love your pup and you want him or her to be able to rest comfortably when taking a nap or sleeping at night. A dog bed (dog mattress) is a great way to do this, and the best part is that you can easily move the dog bed into any room. That way, if you’re watching TV in the living room, your dog will be close by. When shopping for the perfect dog mattress, there are a few things you’ll want to consider.

Before you make your purchase, consider what you already know about your dog’s behavior and sleeping style, says Stephanie Mantilla, a positive reinforcement animal trainer who runs the blog Curiosity Trained.

“Some dogs prefer raised beds, others prefer beds with ‘arms’ to rest their head on, while others prefer cushy memory foam to sprawl out on,” she says.

Examine the bed’s construction and the materials it is made out of to ensure it will be soft against your dog’s fur. The Majestic Pet Products Bagel Pet Dog Bed is made out of premium materials that are extremely comfortable. It has a self-warming feature, so that pups gets warmer and warmer the longer that they lay in bed. Other models are also hypoallergenic, which is great for dogs with allergies.

If you live in a warmer climate, or you have hot summers, you may want to look for a memory foam mattress filled with gel foam. The gel keeps the dog bed from becoming too hot and provides a cooling sensation that is welcome when temperatures outside reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

Determine if your dog needs added orthopedic support. Some models have bolstered sides that help with this. Others, like the PetFusion Ultimate Orthopedic Memory Foam Dog Bed, use a special memory foam mattress that helps with muscle aches, joint pain, hip dysplasia and arthritis.

Flip the mattress over and take a look at the bottom. Beds like the MidWest Homes Deluxe Super Plush Dog Bed have a non-slip bottom to prevent the mattress from sliding across the room every time your dog tries to lay in it. This isn’t a must if you have carpet, but it is ideal for those who have tile and hardwood flooring that can be slippery.

If your dog is a chewer, certain beds aren’t ideal. Look for the words “tear-resistant” on the product packaging to ensure you aren’t buying a bed that will only last a few days.

Check to see if the company implements any environmentally-friendly practices. For example, the PetFusion Ultimate Orthopedic Memory Foam Dog Bed uses recycled green polyfill for the bolsters.

Finally, consider the extras, like water-resistant covers that protect against leaks, and a variety of colors to match the room in your home where you plan on placing the dog bed. Most dog beds are sold in small, medium and large, although some companies also have an extra-large option.

If you’re looking for a mattress that’s easy to keep clean, consider one with a removable cover, suggests Mantilla.

“Having an easily removable cover makes washing easy,” she says. “This will keep the bed and your house from smelling. My best tip is to get an extra cover for the bed so that your dog can still use the bed while the other cover is being washed.”

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