If you’re looking for a chew resistant elevated/raised dog bed, you’ll want to check out these Kuranda Dog Bed Reviews.
Whilst there are some good mattress type beds out there, you can’t beat Kuranda and the K9 Ballistics Cujo Cot (on Amazon) as far as heavy duty, indestructible type beds go.
In our opinion, these are the best dog beds for chewers and destructive type dogs – particularly the metal framed beds.
They’re versatile as indoor and outdoors beds, but very light and strong.
They’re also incredibly easy to clean.
Let’s check them out!
Kuranda Dog Bed Reviews: PVC & Aluminium Elevated/Raised Chew Resistant Dog Beds
You can go straight to view the Kuranda Dog Beds here:
– Available with Kuranda Reversible Fleece Pad (on Amazon)
Kuranda Aluminium Dog Bed on Amazon – for bigger dogs up to 250 lbs, and for heavier chewers and more destructive dogs.
– Also available with Kuranda Reversible Fleece Pad (on Amazon)
Kuranda PVC Dog Bed Review
The cheap option for those on a budget when compared to the aluminium framed bed.
The Kuranda PVC dog bed is made of a PVC frame that is designed to hold dogs up to around 100 – 125lbs.
The fabric that your dog lays on is Cordura, which is abrasion resistant, and is as durable as canvas. It recesses into the frame so your dog can’t get a hold of it or chew it.
The bed is good for large dogs that are light to moderate chewers, and is not for heavy chewers, or dogs bigger than around 125lbs.
The bed is raised off the ground – so it allows good ventilation. The Cordura fabric is also easy to clean and dries quite quickly.
It comes in 5 sizes, from small which is 30 L x 20 W, to XXL which is 50 L x 36 W.
There’s also 4 colors available.
Note that the Walnut color bed is not recommended for outdoor use. If you want an outdoor bed, the Almond color is best, or try the Aluminum framed Kuranda bed.
Some people may find that this bed can be hard to line up and put together – it can be slightly frustrating, but you’ll get it done. It can also be a little tricky to take apart for cleaning.
To make the bed more comfortable, some people like to get a fleece cushion with the bed.
Kuranda Aluminium Dog Bed
A beefed up stronger version of the PVC framed Kuranda bed.
If you have bigger or more destructive dogs, this one is better suited for you than the PVC framed bed.
Also an elevated dog bed that is made of a patented, chew resistant, high strength, lightweight aircraft grade aluminum frame that supports dogs up to 250lbs.
So, it has the capability to support Giant breeds or even multiple large breeds.
The fabric is made of 40oz solid vinyl which is quite durable and tough, and is recessed into the frame to prevent chewing.
It comes in 5 sizes all the way up to a 35 W x 50 L inch XXL size. If you measure beforehand, you can get the right size to fit it in a dog crate if you want.
There’s 7 different neutral or vibrant colors for any indoor or outdoor setting.
Made in the USA.
The one thing about this bed that might annoy some people is that although you can put it together and it is strong when you do, the joints can be a little off and it can be slightly tricky to get them to line up when putting the bed together.
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