Price: Varies. Small (up to 35 lbs.) - 2 payments of $19.99 plus $9.99 s&h. Medium (up to 75 lbs.) - 2 payments of 29.99 plus 9.99 s&h. Large (up to 150 lbs.) - 2 payments of 39.99 plus 9.99 s&h.
My best friend's family has a dog. They weren't planning on having a dog but one night 3 tornadoes ripped through town and tore downtown up something fierce. As we were cleaning up the debris on that humid midnight, fighting mosquitoes and waiting for the power to return, we heard a noice down the alley. Some old guy in a Ford truck kicked his dog out the window and sped off. Since my friends are awesome, great people, they got a dog that night.
The only thing I wish the dog had now was a better place to sleep. It's talked about, but as I read and research more about Dogpedic, I think I'm going to forward them this review.
Dogpedic beds are like those Tempur-pedic beds you see on TV - the one where the lady is jumping up and down on the one side of the bed but the wine glass on the other side doesn't spill - but for your dog (and, sure, cat). It's made with a couple layers of some fancy dog-bed technology foam and comes with a machine-washable suede cover & waterproof liner in case the dog comes in from the rain or gets left in the house a little too long.
We were surprised by what we didnt' find. For a pet product, Dogpedic has many good things to say about it. We found 1 complaint about an issue with the product not being delivered despite several promises of it being shipped and re-shipped and re-re-shipped. We'd guess we'd chaulk this up to the theory of large numbers - stuff happens. Problem doesn't appear to be typical.
We will point out that the order process isn't in a typical single-product website style. The price for each-sized Dogpedic can be found along the order form. It goes up in price about $20 from small to medium & from medium to large. It's a two payment plan, but no continuity or the like.
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