What fabric types do you recommend for dogs with allergies?

For dogs with Atopic Allergies

Dogs with atopic allergies suffer from an allergic response to something inhaled (think ragweed, pollen, mold, and/or dust mites). For these dogs we recommend either the outdoor mesh or the heavy duty vinyl. This is because neither of these fabrics will harbor allergens like pollen that may have come from the dog’s fur coat or paws. They are both very easily cleaned so irritants can just be wiped off with a damp cloth or hosed down and wiped dry, ready for immediate use after cleaning.

For dogs with Contact Dermatitis

Dogs with skin sensitivity usually prefer our textured nylon which is a cordura nylon that does not have a vinyl coating on it. We have found that dogs with sensitive skin can be irritated by the vinyl coating that makes our other fabric options easier to clean. The textured nylon is similar to a canvas or a brushed cotton so if your dog with sensitive skin is not offended by similar fabric types, he will likely fare well with this option.

Your dog can’t chew the fabric because we’ve hidden the edges inside the rails.
Lumpy pillow beds are not supportive and create pressure points. Ouch!
The even support of a Kuranda bed is better for your dog’s joints.
Air can flow under the bed, keeping your dog cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Our beds are easy to clean! Just wipe them off or hose them down.
Why not add a fleece pad for extra coziness?
Get your dog a chew proof Kuranda bed and you won’t come home to explosions like this: