My people say I’m getting older and that jumping up to my old king size Casper that I let them sleep on is not so great of an idea and I refuse to use those suspicious steps they got me. So when I got my own Casper I was suspicious of that too at first but there was a waffle waiting for me, and since I finally got in, I now love sleeping with my head hanging off those perfectly designed bolsters! The fabric is strong and soft and I can nest and spin and flop all I want. It’s great! Mom says it’s easy to wash but why would you want to rinse off all my wonder smells I worked so hard to transfer there?? Oh and I think my hips feel better! I used to have a foam mattress but it was no where near as thick - and when I got sick recently I slept a lot. But I feel all better and I’m pretty pleased with my new Casper! And one more thing... my sister has one too...but mines bigger... ;)
2nd one! My gsd's Love it!
Our 6 month old Alaskan Klee Kai Niko had been sleeping in bed with my wife and I since he was 8 weeks and we really wanted to get him sleeping in his own bed. We put his cheap, old bed on the floor next to ours and tried to get him to stay there but he would repeatedly jump up into our bed each night until we eventually gave up and let him sleep with us. That was the main reason we decided to spend the money and get him a Casper, thinking that if he had a comfy, proper bed he might stay in it all night. Luckily, it worked! By the second night Niko was staying put in his Casper after we put him to bed and not trying to jump up into ours. [Note: Niko is long and lean and though he weighs only 11 lbs he really likes to stretch out when he sleeps. Therefore we decided to get the medium bed and are really glad we did. Though I haven't seen the small in person, Niko often times takes advantage of the extra size of the medium bed and still manages to cover almost the length of the bed when he lays stretched out]. The mattress itself seems really comfortable. I will say that the top cover is not as soft as I expected it to be but I think tougher cloth material may have been used to prevent dogs from ripping it when digging. Regardless, Niko sure doesn't seem to mind and it is easy enough to clean. Overall no complaints three weeks in, we're very happy to have our own bed back to ourselves and don't feel any guilt knowing that our pup is sleeping comfortably at our side in his own bed!
He is sleeping on it now. Very happy. Texted you a photo.
He loves digging at it because of the texture and design. He loves sleeping on it because of its support. Due to his long spine, this bed is something he definitely needs. Thank you Casper for making Bobby happy!! PS he loves the toy that came with it. What a surprise :)
This is the ultimate way to spoil my dog. He is a rescue and couldn’t be more comfortable in his new bed. Dare I say he has even found it more comfortable than sleeping with his mom and dad which is a relief to us. Great purchase!
My dog loves the bed. She says when we get one for upstairs, she wants the large size! She's 50 pounds, but likes to lounge. She says thank you for the waffle toy! Lexi went for the waffle before the bed!
My little doxie mix loved his bed immediately. He jumped right into the second it came out of the box and he's jumped right into it every day since (multiple times a day). Easy to clean. Great quality and great style. We love it!
Scrums loves it. He jumps right into it every night. Wakes up refreshed every day. I hope it lasts awhile
My dog Lucy (10 year old Cairn Terrier) has been having issues lately with getting down from the couch and bed. We have been lifting her off. The vet told us that this can happen as smaller breed dogs age, and they can suffer inflammation in their spines from constant up and down from height. Looking to keep her on the floor (much to our own chagrin and Lucy's), We researched many different dog "beds", and narrowed our search down to an LL Bean model and the Casper. We bought both last week. Both beds arrived the same day, and both were placed next to each other on the floor. Lucy perused her options, and it was quite clear that the Casper was the one she wanted. She actually refused to get on the one purchased from Bean. That was surprising. After a week, we are returning the unused Bean bed. Lucy loves the Casper and spends 90% of her sleeping time on it. I am not sure if the bed was responsible, but she has now been able to jump on and off the couch by herself. The only thing I can think of is that the support offered by the Casper has allowed her inflammation to subside. The quality of this dog bed would be amazing for a human mattress, but more impressive that it is for our canine family member. If you wouldn't hesitate to get your children the best mattress, why would you not do the same for your dog? Probably one of the better purchases we have made in some time. Thank you Casper!