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Yes, I would say so. This bed is pretty large. My pit bull is 55 lbs and has plenty of room. What I did when I purchased was compare the size of her bed at the time to this one. It was obvious the PetFusion was plenty adequate! Her and my 14 lb dachshund have rested in it together with much space for comfort. And just … see more Yes, I would say so. This bed is pretty large. My pit bull is 55 lbs and has plenty of room. What I did when I purchased was compare the size of her bed at the time to this one. It was obvious the PetFusion was plenty adequate! Her and my 14 lb dachshund have rested in it together with much space for comfort. And just a side note, my 10 year old son joked about how it was big enough for him when we initially unpackaged it, laid in it, and he was absolutely right-and he's 80 lbs! So my my suggestion would be go for it. Your Golden will love this bed! see less Yes, I would say so. This bed is pretty large. My pit bull is 55 lbs and has plenty of room. What I did when I purchased was compare the size of her bed at the time to this one. It was obvious the PetFusion was plenty adequate! Her and my 14 lb dachshund have rested in it together with much space for comfort. And just a side note, my 10 year old son joked about how it was big enough for him when we initially unpackaged it, laid in it, and he was absolutely right-and he's 80 lbs! So my my suggestion would be go for it. Your Golden will love this bed!
Nikki B
· August 1, 2015
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As far as I know, the bolster pillows are not washable. That is the only negative about this bed. My dog has an easily upset tummy and gets diarrhea. She had an accident in her bed while crated and I was at work. The bed itself washed up beautifully, the waterproof cover for the memory foam base did its job. Howev… see more As far as I know, the bolster pillows are not washable. That is the only negative about this bed. My dog has an easily upset tummy and gets diarrhea. She had an accident in her bed while crated and I was at work. The bed itself washed up beautifully, the waterproof cover for the memory foam base did its job. However, there was some leakage through to the bolster pillow "couch arms", and that was just gross. All I could do is clean it up by wiping with a damp cloth and let it dry out. I would have been so much happier if there was a waterproof cover for the bolster pillow as well. see less As far as I know, the bolster pillows are not washable. That is the only negative about this bed. My dog has an easily upset tummy and gets diarrhea. She had an accident in her bed while crated and I was at work. The bed itself washed up beautifully, the waterproof cover for the memory foam base did its job. However, there was some leakage through to the bolster pillow "couch arms", and that was just gross. All I could do is clean it up by wiping with a damp cloth and let it dry out. I would have been so much happier if there was a waterproof cover for the bolster pillow as well.
Patty G.
· January 20, 2019
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If you call the company I am sure they will replace it. They actually called me this past week (after posting my complaint right after purchase quite a while ago) and reached out to ask if they could replace the cover that ripped the same day I put it down for my dog. I did not respond as the cover ripped and the foa… see more If you call the company I am sure they will replace it. They actually called me this past week (after posting my complaint right after purchase quite a while ago) and reached out to ask if they could replace the cover that ripped the same day I put it down for my dog. I did not respond as the cover ripped and the foam inside was shredded the same place the cover was torn so I would almost need a whole new bed to make it right. I just put a thick blanket inside the bolster and that seems to be working OK. I doubt a new cover will correct the problem, it will likely just rip again. However, they DID reach out to me based only on my complaint on Amazon so I commend the integrity of their customer service . . . . but I doubt the result would be any different with a new cover for me because of the quality of the materials. You may have better luck with a new cover since your only issue was a zipper. see less If you call the company I am sure they will replace it. They actually called me this past week (after posting my complaint right after purchase quite a while ago) and reached out to ask if they could replace the cover that ripped the same day I put it down for my dog. I did not respond as the cover ripped and the foam inside was shredded the same place the cover was torn so I would almost need a whole new bed to make it right. I just put a thick blanket inside the bolster and that seems to be working OK. I doubt a new cover will correct the problem, it will likely just rip again. However, they DID reach out to me based only on my complaint on Amazon so I commend the integrity of their customer service . . . . but I doubt the result would be any different with a new cover for me because of the quality of the materials. You may have better luck with a new cover since your only issue was a zipper.
Mike Williams
· October 25, 2015
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I'm going to say it's still 36x28 because the pillow wall still has room to push and move because it's attached with a single zipper. I have two large dogs and they love these beds. Trust me you won't be dissappointed with this bed unless you own a horse. lol
James
· May 5, 2015
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My two Boxers share an XXL and have already destroyed 3 of these beds. I recently purchased a replacement cover and bolster, and by the next morning, they had destroyed it. I’m currently looking into the K9 Ballistics made in the USA and hope it performs better otherwise these dogs will have to enjoy a nice hard floor...
Robert
· March 23, 2020
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As far as I know... no not made in the usa. Price is to low for that.
But, I have had mine for about 3 months. And I wash it 3 to 4 times a month. It is holding up very well. And is in great shape.
I would refer it to anyone.… see more
As far as I know... no not made in the usa. Price is to low for that.
But, I have had mine for about 3 months. And I wash it 3 to 4 times a month. It is holding up very well. And is in great shape.
I would refer it to anyone.
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As far as I know... no not made in the usa. Price is to low for that.
But, I have had mine for about 3 months. And I wash it 3 to 4 times a month. It is holding up very well. And is in great shape.
I would refer it to anyone.
4.5 out of 5

Tony mcgovern
· December 13, 2015
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There's only one cushion. However you could put a waterproof layer between it and the bed's cover which shouldn't be too thick.
Rebekah S. Sims
· July 29, 2015
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I will also say you can take the bolster arms out if they don't like it! You'll have the extra fabric the bolster goes in but you could always take out the main piece and sew a new cover for it, without bolsters. I have an 82 lb bullmatian (half english bulldog half dalmatian) who also loves to stretch out and has no i… see more I will also say you can take the bolster arms out if they don't like it! You'll have the extra fabric the bolster goes in but you could always take out the main piece and sew a new cover for it, without bolsters. I have an 82 lb bullmatian (half english bulldog half dalmatian) who also loves to stretch out and has no issues with the large! I did see you got the measurements, but wanted to give you other options in case. Also no matter how big you think it is, it looks HUGE in person!! see less I will also say you can take the bolster arms out if they don't like it! You'll have the extra fabric the bolster goes in but you could always take out the main piece and sew a new cover for it, without bolsters. I have an 82 lb bullmatian (half english bulldog half dalmatian) who also loves to stretch out and has no issues with the large! I did see you got the measurements, but wanted to give you other options in case. Also no matter how big you think it is, it looks HUGE in person!!
SMS
· March 31, 2016
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Perhaps. My dog doesn't chew bedding. If your puppy does, check out K9Ballistics - they have chew-resistant bedding, beds, etc. I have the crate pads from them (because you just never know....) and lux dog throw. And if your pup chew through them, they will replace the cover.
Patricia
· December 7, 2015
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We've been using ours for our big lab for a couple months and it has no odor, whereas other beds have had an odor after the same amount of time. The cover is fully removable so you can wash it with ease. The material is thick and seems extremely durable. If you do notice an odor on the cushion/pillow part you could alw… see more We've been using ours for our big lab for a couple months and it has no odor, whereas other beds have had an odor after the same amount of time. The cover is fully removable so you can wash it with ease. The material is thick and seems extremely durable. If you do notice an odor on the cushion/pillow part you could always use a deodorizing spray or baking soda. All in all this bed is definitely more odor resistant than ones I've bought from the pet store. The quality is fantastic...will not be disappointed with this bed! see less We've been using ours for our big lab for a couple months and it has no odor, whereas other beds have had an odor after the same amount of time. The cover is fully removable so you can wash it with ease. The material is thick and seems extremely durable. If you do notice an odor on the cushion/pillow part you could always use a deodorizing spray or baking soda. All in all this bed is definitely more odor resistant than ones I've bought from the pet store. The quality is fantastic...will not be disappointed with this bed!
Lindsey Mickelson
· January 21, 2017