Very comfy for our boy. He is cozy as can be in it!
Gus took to the bed the second I had it assembled! I had to pull him off it to get the bed to his sleep spot! It's just like our mattress, and it arrived in time for cold winter nights. When I brought him home for the vet, he first went for his treat...and then checked out his bed to make sure it was still there and ready for him. And he loves the cute little pillow you enclosed. Gus either sleeps with his head on the pillow...and sometimes his little butt. :-) Thank you so much for making our rescue baby feel all the more loved and pampered!
It took a little getting used to putting the foam inserts inside the cover but once I figured that out I let Colbie check it out and she immediately took to it. The first thing you notice is how well constructed it is. The cover seems very durable and should last a very long time with the proper care. I sleep on a foam mattress so I can only imagine how luxurious this must feel to her vs. her other crappy beds that have little padding. I'm just happy knowing she is sleeping on the very best. Her bad is nicer than my own children's! Yes, it's expensive but if you look at it as an investment than it's well worth it considering she's probably had four or five beds already of lower quality. Knock on wood this will be the last bed I buy for her.
He Loves it and can't wait to get in it.
So far so good, he seems to love it!
She's a side and belly sleeper and she's just snoring on it now.
The Casper dog bed is about as sleek as a dog bed can be. It manages to be soft and comfy for the dog without looking like a frumpy mess. We and our dog are very happy with the purchase.
I don't know what it is but since I got this mattress both my dogs sleep though the night. I have to wake them up in the morning for breakfast otherwise they won't move all day. By far the best bed I ever owned.
Easy to put together...seems really well made and comfy...pup seems to love it. I was worried that it might be too small, but she likes laying her head on the bolster.
Beds do not last long in our house. Our dog has a preternatural ability to find weak seams and unstuff a mattress faster than we can order a replacement. The Casper is the first mattress that's made it through week one. She loves to dig and nest, and the Casper has held up to all the abuse she can muster. It's so great to see her curled up and cozy, especially as winter sets in. Our biggest struggle at this point is trying to get her out of bed – not such a bad problem to have.