Casper Dog
Casper Dog
Casper Dog
Casper Dog
Casper Dog
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Casper Dog Bed Reviews

  • Durability
  • Easy to assemble
  • Comfort
  • Easy to clean
  • Softness
4.3/5Overall Score

In the right dog bed, your pup will have an even better time drooling, rolling, and snoozing. Some need a durable bed that will stand up to the toughest canine clawing, while older dogs may prefer a plush bed with just enough support for their delicate frames. After years of research, we’ve found six options that will satisfy the pickiest of pooches, including a cuddler-style dog bed, a luxe dog bed with cushion that rivals human mattresses, a lounger bed perfect for large dogs, an elevated dog bed, a crate-liner bed, and an easy-access bed for senior dogs or dogs with disabilities.

Specs
  • Size: Medium
  • Material: Nylon, Memory Foam
  • Brand: Casper
  • Color: Gray
  • Fill Material: Memory_Foam
Pros
  • Machine washable cover
  • Supportive foam bolsters
  • Pressure-relieving memory foam
Cons
  • No XS or XL size

Why we love it:

 The Casper Dog Bed is pretty darn elegant for a dog bed—it looks sleeker than most other models we tested and blends in well with most decor. This luxurious dog bed is also ideal for older pups and dogs with arthritis who need firm support. And it’s great for anyone who wants to spoil their pup with a dog bed to rival their own, human bed. (It’s also one of our priciest picks.) This bed is easier to take apart and put back together than most others we tried, which makes the price feel well worth it when it’s time to throw the bed in the wash.

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The Casper Dog Bed comes in three clean, simple colors (gray, blue, and sand). The cover is suede-like on top, with a canvas-style material around the outer edge. The bed has five foam inserts plus a cover, but assembly was seamless compared with that of other picks. Other similar-style beds we tested were frustrating to put together: You must push a floppy bolster insert through the long tube-like cover. With the Casper, it’s much simpler to put the pieces of foam into their designated spots because there’s no question where they’re supposed to end up.

Unlike our Majestic Bagel Bed pick, the Casper has durable zippers on the bottom of the bed, and there’s a space to tuck the zipper away so your dog can’t grab it. But if your pup does tussle with the zipper or just doesn’t like the Casper bed, you can return it during the 30-night risk-free trial period—our only pick with this offer. There’s also a one-year limited warranty to address any defects.

Flaws but not dealbreakers: 

The inner sleep area of the Casper Dog Bed is shallower than it looks in the picture; the narrow bolsters are only 2 to 3 inches high, depending on which size you buy. So the Casper might not give your pooch the cozy, cuddle effect of beds with bigger, higher bolsters. If your pup wants to feel extra-contained, the Majestic Bagel Bed might be a better option; even though its bolsters aren’t technically much higher than the Casper’s, they’re wider and feel cushier.

This bed is sold in just three sizes (our other picks all come in four sizes or more). So it might be harder to find a good fit if you’ve got a really teeny pup or a dog larger than 90 pounds. And this pricey bed gets dirty easily. It comes in three light colors that can’t mask the messiness of dog ownership—from dogs licking dirty paws to bathroom accidents on the bed. Spot-cleaning didn’t restore the Casper to like-new condition, but throwing it into the washing machine did.

Sizes: three, for dogs up to 30 pounds to dogs up to 90 pounds
Colors: blue, gray, sand
Machine-washable: yes

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