Best Dog Bed For A Rottweiler: Top Beds, Reviews & Buyer’s Guide

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Rottweilers are a large to extra large breed of dog.

When looking for the best dog bed for a Rottweiler, it’s important to take this fact into consideration, and get a bed that is both big enough, and also provides enough support for such a big dog.

In this guide, we’ve put together a list of some of the best dog beds for large and XL dogs, including some orthopedic foam and even outdoor bed options.

Let’s jump into it!

 

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

Best Dog Bed For Rottweiler Adults & Puppies: Reviews & Buyer’s Guide

Our top picks for the best beds for Rottweilers are the:

 

Other dog bed options are:

 

*Note – make sure you measure your dog both from their behind to the tip of their nose, and from their paws to the top of their shoulders and also head, and pick a dog bed that will comfortably and safely fit their body length and width ways. Pick a size of bed that comfortably gives them a few extra inches in each direction. Also, make sure you get a dog bed with adequate support for your dog’s body (solid certified orthopedic and memory foams can be more desirable than a regular slab foam, or a crated out foam). Some people also like a specific feature, such as a waterproof liner included, or will look to order one separately (can especially help to protect an investment in a foam bed).

Read the dog bed product description, features, inclusions, and check details and sizing dimensions before ordering.

 

Dog Bed Reviews

Big Barker 7 Inch Foam Dog Bed

  • A 7 inch therapeutic foam dog bed
  • Specifically for large dogs, and the largest sized model is 60 inches long x 48 inches wide
  • Foam is made in the USA, and meets CertiPUR-US standards for content, emissions, and durability & has been analyzed by independent, accredited testing laboratories. Has a 10 year ‘won’t flatten’ promise (check product description for details)
  • Foam layers are – 2 inches of H10 Comfort Foam, 3 inches of H45 Support Foam, and another 2 inches of H10 Comfort Foam. 
  • The headrest edition has another 4 inches of contoured foam
  • Has a microfiber cover that is removable and washable
  • Available in different colors

 

Paw PupLounge™ Bed, & Other Paw Brand Beds

  • The PupLounge in particular is comparative to the PetFusion Ultimate bed, but has even more features and is perhaps a better bed over all
  • Firstly, Paw designs their beds to match with your home decor (there’s the Puplounge, the Puprugs, and other products
  • Secondly, the Puplounge in particular has …
  • Comfortable bolsters around the bed
  • An interchangeable topper that can be removed and washed (the cover can be removed as well)
  • A protective and waterproof liner under that
  • Human grade memory foam guaranteed not to flatten for 10 years
  • Giant/X-large/Large dog bed – has a 4-inch memory foam base, Small dog bed – has a 2-inch memory foam base
  • A non skid base
  • The Giant sized bed has inner dimensions of 43″ L x 35″ W
  • Full cleaning and maintenance instructions are available on the Paw website

 

KOPEKS 7 Inch Foam Dog Bed

  • A more affordable memory foam dog bed 
  • Available in up to an X Large size, that is 50 inches long by 34 inches wide 
  • Has a 3 inch headrest
  • Has both an internal cover and an external cover – both zippered
  • Has an anti slip bed base

 

Dogbed4less Orthopedic Memory Foam Dog Bed

  • A flat rectangular dog bed with a memory foam base
  • Available in up to a Jumbo size, which is 55 inches long, by 47 inches wide, by 4 inches deep/thick. 
  • Comes with one internal waterproof liner, and 2 x external removable and machine washable external covers. Covers are a denim 100% cotton twill fabric
  • Internal foam is a 3.2 lbs high density gel infused 100% solid memory foam pad

 

Furhaven Therapeutic Plush & Suede Sofa-Style Living Room Couch Pet Bed

  • A dog bed with a flat inner area, and padded rims for headrests
  • Largest size available is a Jumbo Plus, which has an inner area of 40″ long x 36″ wide. Including the padded rims, it’s 53″ x 42″. For breeds as Giant as Great Danes
  • Has a 5 inch thick medical grade orthopedic foam base
  • Outside cover is microsuede, and is removable and washable
  • Many different colors available
  • Affordable dog bed option

 

Kuranda Elevated Aluminum Frame Dog Bed

  • Elevated dog bed, specifically made to be chew resistant
  • Has an aircraft grade aluminum frame, and a heavy duty 40oz solid vinyl fabric sleeping area
  • Available up to a XXL size, with a 46 inches long by 32 inches wide sleeping area
  • For dogs up to 250lbs
  • For indoor or outdoor use
  • Several colors available

 

Dog Bed Buyer’s Guide

Firstly, How Big Are Rottweilers? – Weight & Height Dimensions

Rottweilers are generally the size of a large to extra large or even Giant dog breed, and an average weight and height for a Rottweiler might be anywhere between:

  • Weight – 80 to 135 lbs
  • Height – 22 to 27 inches

It’s best to measure your own Rottweiler and get their weight, height and length. Also, take note of what position they lay in most commonly when they are laying down and sleeping e.g. do they lay out straight, do they spread their legs out, do they curl up?

You might like to also like to measure your Rottweiler while they are in their sleeping position.

 

What Size Dog Bed Should I Get For My Rottweiler?

Now you have dimensions and the weight of your Rottweiler. So, it’s time to consider what size of bed to get.

For any dog bed you are considering, make sure you look at two things when it comes to size:

  • The length and width of the bed – your dog in their sleeping position should be able to fit in the sleeping area of the bed. Make sure you subtract any bolsters or frames from the length and width of the bed – look for the actual sleeping area of the bed, and not the exterior length and width dimensions which may include bolsters and frames
  • What weight of dog the bed is made for – does the dog bed have a weight limit? If so, make sure your dog fits under the weight limit

If we take two beds for example and look at how we check the size:

  • Big Barker 7 Inch Orthopedic Foam Dog Bed Sleek Edition The XL size has a surface area of 52 x 36 inches, which is going to be enough sleeping area for most Rotties
  • Kuranda Aluminium Dog Bed  – The XXL bed has a weight limit of 250lbs, and a fabric area of 47 x 32 inches, which is going to be big enough for most Rotties

 

Best Dog Bed For Rottweiler Puppy

Most owners will either:

  • Buy a dog bed they think their puppy won’t outgrow by the time they are an adult dog. You can make a pretty good guess on the final size by looking at breed average size info, and speaking to your vet
  • Buy a cheaper dog bed for the first 6 months to a year, and replace it with a bigger bed once they get a better idea of how big their dog will be

The first option is probably better though because it will cost you less and create less waste

For a Rottweiler puppy – you might plan on them at their biggest as an adult reaching 27 inches tall and 135 lbs – so you could buy a bed with say 10-20% bigger weight and length/width capacity than that

 

How To Choose A Dog Bed For Your Rottweiler – Type, Price & Your Own Preferences

It depends on the needs of the dog, and the preferences of the owner.

For example:

  • Some people may just want a cheap/affordable bed
  • Some might look for good support in the form of a foam bed – especially memory foam or solid orthopedic foam
  • Some might want a specific style of bed, such as a donut shaped bed
  • Some might want an outdoor or raised bed made of durable fabric and a bed frame

Other owners might go for specific features like removable and washable covers, inner waterproof liners, a dog bed color that matches their home decor, and so on.

We’ve also put together a guide that describes in a little more depth the different types of dog beds and their features.

 

For most Rottweilers, you’re probably be going to getting the Large, Extra Large or Giant/Jumbo version of the dog bed you buy – to accommodate for the length and weight of most Rotties.

 

Indestructible, Heavy Duty and Chew Resistant Dog Bed For A Rottweiler

If you have a Rottweiler that flat out likes to chew on or destroy things around the house, including the dog bed, you’ll need a heavier duty bed to save you frustration and money.

The metal frame, recessed fabric beds without zippers or covers are the best for this in our opinion.

These beds can also take a lot of weight!

To list them again, the beds that fit this criteria are the K9 Ballistics and Kuranda Aluminium frame beds:

 

Dog Beds For Rottweilers If I Live In The UK, Canada, Australia, Europe or India

Amazon currently ship to most of these locations. When you visit Amazon, and view the dog bed, it should say whether it ships to your country and what the shipping cost is (if any).

If you go directly through the manufacturer site, they usually tell you when landing on the site or going to the checkout whether they can ship to your country.

 

Further Resources For Helping You Pick A Dog Bed For Your Rottweiler

 

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