- Product Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 15 inches ; 15 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 19.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001ANJQT2
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- Item model number: 1146
- Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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CPC Classic Twill Bolster Bed with Contrast Cording
|Price:||$119.50 & FREE Shipping. Details|
- 100-Percent cotton twill cover with contrast cording
- Machine washable
- Zippered cover
- Polyester fill
- Bed Height 4-inch, bolster height 15-inch
100-Percent classic cotton twill with contrast cording is sure to compliment any room. Removable zippered cover is machine washable. 100-Percent polyester high loft fill keeps pets off cold floors for added comfort and relief on joints.
Size: 50-Inch | Color: Khaki With Sage Cording
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Where do I begin...
This was the most expensive piece of junk dog bed I've ever purchased. With shipping, I paid $130 EACH for two of these beds on another website. At the time the other site was beating Amazon's price so I chose to go with them but that's not the point, I just wanted to make it clear that this has nothing to do with Amazon or anyone who resells this product on Amazon, this is about the product only.
The company Carolina Pet Co. is touted as providing Made in the USA products in a market that is filled with junk from elsewhere. I was thrilled to find these beds after paying a lot less for products that fell apart within weeks. However, of all the dog beds I've ever purchased these were by far the most disappointing. Here's why:
Size and Sizing Suggestions: I ordered two of the 50 inch size based on CPC's website instructions for an 85lb. dog. I don't know who does their measuring but the bed is about twice the size it should be for an 85 lb dog. If you put legs on it, you would have an oversized arm chair for an adult human. There is another much smaller dog in the house but they refuse to share so these beds were intended to fit only the larger dog.
Quality of Fabric: Of the two beds, one ripped open within 5 weeks. More about this later.
Shrinkage: This turned out to be a pro and a con. The pro is that the second "giant" dog bed shrunk so much after the first washing (in which the tag instructions were followed to the letter) that it's now a much better size for my dog. The con is that now the bolster pillow will no longer fit in the cover. It is now at least 12 inches too long to shove into the shrunken cover and get zipped up. Getting it back in there is like wrestling a boa constrictor and takes two people.
Fading: The single wash mentioned above on the dog bed that did not rip, faded the cover from sage to something a lot less sage and the white care tag attached is now mint green. Thankfully nothing else was in the washer at the same time.
Business Ethics/Honesty: First I'm going to QUOTE directly from CPC's website - "Manufactured in the heart of the textile industrial corridor of South Carolina we combine domestic production with a global supply chain to bring American pets, products made by American workers." When the first bed ripped so fast I emailed the company and expressed my disappointment in what I thought would have been a better quality made American product for the price. A Vice President responded and simply said it must have been a fabric flaw and offered to send a new cover, he did not make any other comments about who manufactures the product or their quality standards or anything at all really. Well... fast forward to the day last week when I decided to wash the second bed, the one with the non-ripped cover. As I'm studying the care tag I notice it clearly states "Made in China. Assembled in USA." So then, these dog beds are not really "Manufactured in the heart of the textile industrial corridor of South Carolina." Assembling low quality supplies made elsewhere is not the same thing as manufacturing it yourself, so therefore it's not an "American product made by American workers" and Mr. Vice President did not even bother clarify the origin of their product or take any step to be forthcoming on the topic after I stated in my email to them that my entire reasoning for buying their product is because I thought it would be better quality since it's "Made in the USA."
Oh and one more thing to add... the reason I was finally prompted to write this review is that just 10 minutes ago I went to put the replacement bed cover in the wash for the first time. As I removed the stuffing guess what I noticed? A rip, exactly like on the first bed. I suppose it's just another case of fabric flaw. Well, I've had enough of their flaws, they are going in the trash. Buyer beware.