Aims to reduce pressure points and ease bones and joints
Memory-foam chambers to prevent the bed from shifting
Interior infused with a cooling gel to help regulate dog’s temperature
Fill materials: Crushed memory foam and orthopedic foam mixture, cooling gel
Cover material: Sherpa
Machine-wash, lay flat to dry
A mattress filled with cotton. Such was the request received by cotton gin builder Daniel Haynes in 1881. Haynes, a resident of Sealy, Texas, obliged and soon was inundated with orders for the plush mattresses. Within a few years, Haynes sold his patents to a larger company, and Sealy’s cotton-filled mattresses became a coveted item in American homes, replacing older models filled with straw and retired slinkies. Well over a century later, the company remains committed to scientifically based innovations that can improve one’s quality of sleep. With insight from the company’s in-house Orthopedic Advisory Board and testing at the Pressure Mapping Center of Excellence, each mattress faces considerable scrutiny before it can earn the name “Sealy.”
I bought this bed with the intention of giving it to my 13 year old dog. With the Sealy stamp of approval, I trusted that the bed would be high quality and supportive for his current phase of life. I was very wrong. I took the bed out of the box, and a week later it is still only about an inch high off the ground. The material feels like chopped up memory foam and not high quality as advertised.