Buying Dog Bed After Dog Bed? - How You Can Stop! |Buddy Beds

Built to last a lifetime - Buddy Beds Orthopedic Memory Foam Dog Beds



Tired of Buying Dog Bed After Dog Bed?

Does your Dog Bed Lump or Flatten in the Middle?



Buddy Beds understands the frustration of having a dog bed last only months before it is lumpy or as flat as a pancake.

Our Dog Beds have been proven to last for years! Here is why:

  • Buddy Beds Dog Beds will not lump or flatten

  • Our memory foam is the finest available. Because it is the highest quality memory foam on the market, it will not lose its 'memory' over time as many cheaper memory foam dog beds will.

  • Our waterproof liner protects the memory foam from liquids, stains, and odors. Perfect for older incontinent dogs.

  • Waterproof liner keeps porous memory foam anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-dust mite.

  • Waterproof liner prevents your foam dog bed from picking up odors over time. The reason most foam dog beds are discarded is because they begin to smell - the porous memory foam has soaked up all sorts of things -drool, urine, etc. Once a foam dog bed begins to smell, there is really nothing that can be done other than to discard the foam dog bed since it cannot be washed.

  • We use the finest fabrics available for our dog bed covers. Durable, washable, and comfortable.


A wise investment. Lasts for years. . .and during those years. . .each and every day. . this memory foam dog bed will give your dog the most comfort possible!




Note: This is the owner and founder of Buddy Beds. I had the most wonderful 105 pound dog Webster - who had been on the very same Buddy Bed since the company was founded over 10 years ago. The 'memory" and support in the memory foam is a good as new. Since the waterproof liner has keep everything out of the porous memory foam over the years there are no odors -- the memory foam is as clean as the day the dog bed was manufactured. However, I must admit I have had to replace the cover. Our memory foam beds last longer than the covers -- isn't that a nice change from most dog beds?