The American Foam Inside all our Gorilla Dog Beds® are 100% Certified by Certi-PUR-US® and is safe for your dog and family. Most dog beds sold are not certified and could contain dangerous levels of arsenic, lead, and other harmful materials.
CertiPUR-US® is an independent non-profit organization that puts foam through rigorous lab tests to access its durability, safety, and emissions.
All our foams are safe for the entire family and the environment. Gorilla Dog Bed foams passed rigorous testing made by Certi-PUR-US®. Almost all the foams in your local big-box pet stores are Chinese made and not certified, which can be potentially dangerous for your pet and family.
Gorilla Dog Bed Foam is
- Performance & Durability-tested
- Made without ozone depleters that are bad for the environment
- Made without PBDEs, TDCPP or TCEP (“Tris”) flame retardants
- Made without mercury, lead and heavy metals
- Made without phthalates regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission
- Emissions and content-tested
- Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) emissions for indoor air quality (less than 0.5 parts per million
Gorilla Tough Orthopedic Dog Crate Pad™
$75.00 – $175.00
Gorilla Tough Orthopedic Dog Crate Pad (100% Workmanship Guarantee)
Our Cordura® kennel and crate pads are extremely tough and have a proprietary backed coating which makes them water resistant and great for outdoor use. The US armed forces use Cordura® in many different applications primarily because of its extreme durability, abrasion, and puncture resistance.
We manufacture these using a military grade Velcro enclosure on the underside as well as a 268lb pull strength zipper that keeps your dog from penetrating to the foam. All our seams are triple stitched to ensure the toughest kennel pad on the market. We also included a tie down system that keeps your dog from flipping the pad over inside the kennel. All our crate and kennel pads come with a waterproof liner that is the best in the industry. Most messes and dirt can be wiped down with a damp cloth, but the cover and liner can also be washed when necessary. The foam pad is not washable.
Cordura® Tough kennel and crate pads are composed of American made, high quality 2.5″ certified foam that gently conforms to your dog’s shape while supporting your dog in the most comfortable way possible.
- Military grade Cordura®
- American made with certified foam by CertiPUR-US
- Scratch & tear resistant
- Triple stitched
- Dirt and water resistant
- Mold, mildew and odor resistant
- Machine washable
- Indoor and outdoor use
- Water-resistant liner included
- Velcro Strap Tie Down System
Washing & Maintenance Instructions
All Gorilla Dog Bed covers, kennel covers, and liners are machine washable. Our nesting poly fill mattresses are also washable, but all our foam mattresses and crate pads are NOT. Orthopedic mattresses should be exposed to fresh air when needed. Our covers and liners should be washed separately and not with other laundry. Close the Velcro cover completely before washing. Wash in a cold water and a delicate cycle. Liners should be washed unzipped and open to allow air to escape. We do not recommend heat drying for any of our products. Air drying will ensure the longevity of the covers and liners. For easy cleaning and spot treatment, use a damp cloth or sponge to wipe off stains, dirt, or hair. An upholstery attachment for your vacuum can also be used.
Great pad. Puppy, who destroyed a bed/towel a day, has not chewed this bed once in the 3 weeks we’ve had it.
This has been the only crate pad that my mal pup hasn't destroyed yet. I love the removable, washable cover and waterproof inner cover. I also love the tie down straps for his kennel. Well thought out and (so far) it's holding up to my maligator. 👍🏻
I have a large group of dogs, the majority of which are Pibbles. I have run through so many dog beds, I had pretty much given up on any hope that I would be able to provide my family a comfortable bed. I’ve tried every brand you can think of and not one survived more than a month before the beds were disemboweled and useless. Gorilla beds were my last hope and holy smokes, they came through. My most prolific “bed killer” was my 65 lb baby girl, Francie and 20 days later, despite her best efforts, not only is the bed still with us, it shows no sign of any damage. If a bed can survive just a few days against Francie, much less three weeks, it is a bed I will pay for and you should too.