Bully Beds: Review

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Bully Beds: Review

Product: Bully Beds – Chew ResistantBully Beds

Price: $129.99 (Medium) to $289.99 (XX Large)

Where: BullyBeds.com

Rating: 5 Stars out of 117 Reviews

Bully Beds – Chew Resistant?

It seems as though lately I’ve been getting a lot of readers that have chewers for dogs. Meaning, they chew anything and everything up. Does this mean their bed as well? For some, yes. What about the Bully Beds that offer the Chew Resistant Bully Beds?

According to the 117 people that have reviewed these beds so far, their dogs that are the most avid chewers, have only put a small hole in most. Even though the dog has chewed through these beds though, the company makes it promise and delivers another bed.

Even with the best chewers out there, I’d imagine nothing short of concrete can stop them. However, buying quality products even for these munchers doesn’t mean you have to dump that $200 and get nothing in return. You know how much I love companies that deliver on their promise.

It’s rare to find good companies these days that will actually follow through with their promises. Especially when it comes to the fine print that we so often don’t read. You know you skim through it like I do!

Bully Beds will actually send you another bed within the 200-day warranty time frame. I don’t know about you, but with those furry chewers out there, that’s pretty darn good. In case you don’t know, there’s 365 days in a year. Yes, that’s almost a full year warranty.

I’ve had dogs in the past that have chewed through the most atrocious objects. This doesn’t stop them from eating where they sleep. No, the opposite really. See, dogs will do anything to make their comfy spot more comfy. In their minds, if that means ripping out the cotton and dispersing it through your entire house – well, apparently that makes them happy.

But how often do you find yourself standing at the pet store, in the same aisle, staring at the beds you were just looking at days ago? As the retail clerk recognizes you and says, “Back for another one?”

Even in dismay, as you know it’s most likely a huge waste of funds again, you bite the bullet and buy yet another one. Bringing it home to Fido where soon enough, cotton is yet dispersed across your floor as if it’s Christmas inside your home. Not that we often look at this display of cotton and think, “Do you wanna build a snowman?”

What Does Chew Resistant Really Mean?

Let’s not confuse the wording here, or the small print. Chew resistant is exactly what it sounds like. Resistant, not proof. What makes these beds the best on the market (according to the many reviews) is that the company will at least send you another to replace it. For a company to wait this long to replace the Bully Beds is awesome. Not many companies would wait for almost a year.

Most dogs that are chewers can’t wait to sink their teeth into that fluffy cotton as soon as you put it down. Face it, chewers get into everything and they don’t exactly wait for permission. They just tear into anything and everything. Yes, even the couches. Grrr.

For Bully Beds to up and send another one is, well, great customer service. Some of you might know that my dogs all sleep with me (they’re spoiled), but I still have dog beds for several occasions. First off, I have a dog bed in my RV. Long road trips with a large dog on your lap is not what I call a good time. I have a dog bed between the seats just for this reason.

Second place, in my truck. It sounds odd, I know, but I have to have one in there. When I’m out running errands, I can’t leave Atlas at home. She eats my floor. So, she goes with me. Everywhere. She has a comfy bed between the two back seats so she can lay down. After I’ve been out for about 3 hours, that’s when she’ll lay down and take a nap.

Now, in the past, I’ve had beds that don’t last. Yes, yes, even I have. This is why I’m doing this review. There are some dog beds out there that frankly, I’m surprised are made, let alone sold.

What A Quality Bully Bed Has.

The difference between a chincy dog bed and a good dog bed are several factors.

Does the bed have a removable cover that can be washed? Bully Beds does; this is a necessity.

How about the material? What’s it made of? Inside these beds, is an orthopedic foam material for your dog’s comfort. The outside material is a Kevlar material around the seams and a BullyTuf material overall. This material prevents the bed from smelling over time, even between washes. It’s also a more durable material that has a different feel to it. Almost like a winter coat material. Because of the material, it’s also hypoallergenic. Meaning, fur won’t cling to it like the super soft and cozy type beds. — You have to wash the other material a lot! The fur simply clumps to it as if it’s trying to become one with the bed.

Now, what about the water resistance, or if they make a mess. Great news, this bed has a waterproof liner. Now we’re talking! Even with the best dogs, the ones that are always behaving…they can have accidents too.

Lastly, will my dog even like it. Okay, it’s not the super fuzzy, ultra comfy, even I want to lay on you, dog bed. If you’ve bought one, you know they can be terrible for big dogs. I’ve bought, I don’t know how many in the last 10 years. Enough that I probably could put a down payment on a new car. Those super comfy, cozy beds keep every bit of fur on them. Even after 50 washes. They also tend to stink over time.

*For my big dogs I mean. My small dogs just like to lay in my lap all the time, so this review is definitely for the larger breed dogs.

My Final Take On Bully Beds.

If I haven’t convinced you yet that these beds are awesome, then I’m a terrible writer. I’ll own up to it, honest.

Overall, these beds are awesome. No other pet store will send you another bed. Sure, most offer a 30-day limited warranty. Meaning, oh, your dog chewed it, yeah, sorry. Better luck next time.

And while Bully Beds isn’t going to keep replacing it, let’s not get greedy now. They will still send you one more. Any dog that is a crazy chewer is going to get through anything. Maybe even concrete. I have heard of dogs eating bricks. That’s right, bricks. I doubt there’s a bed out there for them, but this might be the closest thing.

I definitely love mine and I ordered just one. It’s not the one in the RV, it’s in my truck. She’s in there more than the RV and I can’t afford two of these bad boys right now. I’m a writer, I’m not rich.

But ordering the one was well worth it. Yes, I will buy another when the budget allows for it. I have until next May for that to happen.

So, to order yours now, click here. You won’t regret it and your dog will actually have a harder time getting through this one. Even if they do the first time, you get a second chance. Now that, is priceless.

6 thoughts on “Bully Beds: Review

  1. Hi, great review for the dog bully beds. I used to have a dog, and I mist it so much. Great website, I look at your video when your dog is eating pumpkins… He really looks to like it. Thank you for sharing

    1. Thanks Lyne,

      Sorry you miss your pup. I love dogs too much to not have one with me all the time. Definitely a dog lover through and through. And yes, she loved the pumpkin a lot! She’s a silly pup.

      Thanks for reading!


  2. Sounds like a great idea if the dog stays with the chew mat.

    Dogs chewing can be a problem but isn’t this all down to how those animals have been trained in the first place?

    We have had dogs and this was never a problem.

    I would agree that businesses today do not come through with their promises as products are not made the way they used to be with inferior raw materials.

    Cost-cutting and the fact that most products come from China so replacing the product is the last thing they want to do.

    This product does seem a little pricey though, after all, it’s only tougher material!

    Thank you for sharing

    1. Hi Mick,

      Some dogs are chewers only because they get anxiety when left alone. I’ve seen a lot of labs become anxious and chew up anything and everything. Even Golden’s can get that way. I’ve had some chewers in the past, but mine like to eat the house, not objects. I try to train my dogs to not get anxious, but they just can be. Kennel training helps immensely, as long as they don’t eat through the kennel. I’ve heard of some dogs eating through the plastic and people have to switch to the metal kennels.

      As for the cost of the beds, I don’t think they’re too much, especially since you’re most likely buying this particular one because you have a chewer. In the event you have to order another, then it would be 1/2 the cost since you would have gotten 2. So, $70-$100 is not a lot for a bed to me.

      If you don’t have a chewer, Bully Beds offers lower cost beds for dogs. You’re really paying more for the guarantee, just like we do with our beds we sleep on. I know that $2500 for a humans mattress is nothing if it comes with a great warranty for the next 10 years.

      I suppose it’s all in how much you spend on your pets overall and whether you think the cost is worth it, especially to have it backed by the company.

      Thanks for reading!


  3. Hi Katrina. An interesting article.

    Whilst the bed is quite expensive, I guess you get what you pay for so if it suits and is quite durable then I get it. We have had a couple of different beds over the years but our dog simply loves the couch or the cold tiles in the warmer months so has never really shown interest in a bed. A great idea for ‘the chewers’ though and judging by the reviews it seems to be a good option.

    Thanks for sharing – Jason.

    1. Jason,

      You must live in a warm climate. In Alaska, our dogs are obsessed with any bed, anything soft and especially blankets. But as of right now, it’s 25 degrees outside and I’m staring at the ice covering my back deck. We’re in full blown winter here, so I always make sure my dogs are warm and have something soft to lay on. They get really mad if I leave them on the wood floor I’m afraid. They sit there and shiver at me. 🙂

      Thanks for reading!


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