Unique, cot-style dog beds for the home, yard, kennel, shelter or anywhere a deserving dog needs a comfortable resting place.

For Dogs that Chew:


“Here's photo of one of the beds I purchased for the prior to the Kuranda beds. It WAS a huge papasan chair cushion... Prior to these beds, it was their mission to "kill" all beds. One afternoon I discovered they carried one of their cushions out of the house and I had to use the "shop vac" to get all the tiny foam pieces out of the yard.”


“I ordered 4 of your XL beds for my 4 Great Danes in September. My Danes LOVE them! And finally beds they haven't destroyed. Now instead of dragging their blankets out in the yard to sleep, they keep the blankets on the beds and take their naps in their room. I'm sending a picture of them enjoying the afternoon in their room (on their beds of course).”

Turbo, Arrow, Star & Sky

To help us help you, send us any questions you may have about Kuranda dog beds.

How are the beds chew proof?

Any place the fabric is in a position to be chewed, it is protected by a poly-resin sleeve. There are no corner gaps to bite. Once in a while a dog will bite through a leg or side piece but it is quite rare. This image shows how the fabric fits into the frame of the bed so your dog cannot reach the fabric. Caution: Fabrics are vulnerable to tearing by persistently scratching or digging dogs.
Are fabrics and parts replaceable?
Absolutely! Fabrics are replaceable as are all parts including frame members, corners, and legs; even screws & nuts are available.
Which fabric is best?
The three fabrics we use are all excellent materials; each has its advantages. 

Vinyl weave
 is similar to what is used on lawn chairs; it breathes, allows water to seep through it, and is cooler than the other two fabrics. However, it is the least durable of the three and is not recommended for jumping, rough-housers. 

Cordura is an attractive but tough nylon canvas. It is also used for knapsacks and horse blankets; it is simlar to what is used on soft luggage but doesn’t have as much texture. Cordura is at least twice as durable as vinyl weave. However, it is non-porous (water won’t go through it) and it doesn’t breathe.

40 oz Vinyl is our most durable fabric. It is a thick fabric and has a smooth, very easy to clean surface. Like Cordura it doesn’t breathe and will hold water if rained on.

Can dogs dig through the fabric?
A determined digger or scratcher can eventually make a hole if he or she works on one spot. For diggers we recommend 40 oz vinyl but please be aware even this exceptionally durable fabric can be scratched thru.
How high off the ground are the beds?
All wooden beds plus sizes 24x25 through 40x25 in metal, poly and aluminum are about six inches off the floor, 44x27’s and 50x35’s are about 9 inches.
Which bed is best?
All depends on the dog. Wooden beds look nice and are quite comfortable but are not for chewing dogs or outside use. The all aluminum is our strongest and most durable but most around the home dogs will be fine on either the poly or metal beds. For boarding kennels and shelters we recommend the poly resin or all aluminum framed beds.
Kuranda Quick Facts
  • "Chewproof" designs for kennels, shelters and chewing puppies
  • Soft, off the floor comfort
  • Lasts for years
  • Easy to clean and deodorize
  • Replaceable fabrics and parts

Thanks for a great bed… 
Just wanted to let you know that we received our bed, and our little fox terrier loves it! The lambswool pad makes it especially comfy for him…Thanks for a great bed.

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