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- Spruce Portable Bed; from $139
Spruce’s portable pad is rugged as all get-out thanks to its lineup of materials found in outdoor gear and luggage. Perks for you include waterproof, easy-to-wash sheets; a lightweight design that comes with a built-in case; and handy pockets for waste bags and treats. Furry friends, on the other hand, fall for the memory-foam cushion and snuzzle-friendly nooks. Best part: When it’s time to hit the road, you just zip up and go.
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- Rosa Floral Dog Bed; from $49
When you’re not ready to drop $500 on a Restoration Hardware-like bed for your canine, but still want to step it up beyond the raggedy throw she’s been lounging in, there’s Foggy Dog. All the brand’s lovely and sturdy textiles are designed in San Francisco and made in the U.S. with upholstery-grade materials and display-worthy patterns—like this floral number done with fabric from the whimsical Rifle Paper Co. You can buy the set with an insert starting at $84, or just get the chic covering and stuff it with your retired pillows or clothes (your bud loves your scent best, anyway).
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Out of Africa
California’s For the Furry curates a roster of pet gear that’s on par with the type of furnishings interior designers would buy for their own homes. Case in point, this natty basket that’s woven in Ghana using elephant grass and natural dyes. The cushion is handmade, too, and (gauging from our doggos’ blissed-out state) as comfy as sleeping on a cloud.
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- Backup Design Custom Dog Bed; from $230
Made in L.A., Backup Design takes vintage fabrics to turn out styles in on-trend shibori and mud cloth prints. Channel-sewn inserts keep the soft down filling in place, and because the beds are custom, you can ask about alternate styles and shades to get your ideal look. Designer Elizabeth Backup can also whip up matching pillows for you.
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No longer reserved for patios and porches, rattan is now a mainstay for the casual-cool home. The look translates well for dogs, as exemplified by Pottery Barn’s pad done in collab with lauded designer Sarah Bartholomew, known for her fresh take on classic decor. A ticking stripe cover ($89) completes the country-chic vibe and is totally washable with its zip-on, zip-off design.
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- Max-Bone It’s a Boy; from $330
Bringing a fur baby home for the first time? Max Bone’s “It’s a Boy” package comes with a sweet arrangement of toys, a snuggly blanket, harness, and cute knit sweater. The showpiece, of course, is the dog bed filled with cushy memory foam and covered in a washable, ribbed blue-gray fabric that will look good in any room. Drop an extra $45 to get the canine bassinet embroidered with your little one’s name.
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- Zee.Dog Zee.Bed; from $79
The ingenious folks behind Zee.Dog apply the same care used for human beds to create this model—a godsend for hounds with joint pain. Four layers of comfort include a feather-soft, hypoallergenic microfiber top and two foam pads for maximum support. The dog beds are made in Spain, but they couldn’t be any easier to get. Following in the footsteps of the mattress-in-a-box trend, the pad arrives at your door in a compact package with free shipping and a 60-day trial period.
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Tie the Knot
- Ohhio Braid Dog Bed; $215
Think about your coziest sweater. Now combine that with your favorite childhood blanket, and you might just come close to imagining how your pup (and/or kitty) will feel about Ohhio’s hand-knit merino wool pods. That love is felt even more so in this literally handmade (read: not needle-knit) model. Don’t worry: You won’t have to steal your buddy’s cocoon. Ohhio also makes fabulously chunky scarves and throws for humans.
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- P.L.A.Y. Snuggle Bed; from $55
Naps are better when you have a big, soft cover—and it’s no different for your four-legged friends. P.L.A.Y’s Burrow Bed morphs from mat to pod to sleeping bag to throw within seconds, and it’s lined with super-cozy faux fur. Materials are certified non-toxic—oh, and cats love it, too.
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- Ginger Beds Prism Dog Bed; from $89
Named after the owner’s dog, Ginger Beds doesn’t just deliver on the style front: This socially conscious, Portland-based company creates its downy bedding with a fill made from recycled water bottles. Each bed saves up to 50 plastic bottles from going to a landfill, and the mod covers are stitched in a way that requires less fabric, minimizing waste all around. Plus, part of the proceeds benefit K9 Warriors, which helps train rescues to become therapy dogs for vets with PTSD.