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Guide to Hatop Memory Foam Dog Beds
The Hatop is one of the most popular memory foam dog beds on the market. It’s made with a high-density, orthopedic material that provides exceptional support and is comfortable for dogs to lay on. The cover of this bed is removable and machine washable. The best feature is:
It does not require any assembly and it fits in standard size pillowcases (20″ x 26″). With dense foam filling, it offers more comfort than other beds in its class. The Deluxe version features a microfiber suede outer coating which makes it more durable and easy to clean compared to other materials such as cotton or fleece.
3 pieces of 2-inch thick “egg crate” molded foam.
Egg crate technology is a proven way to add comfort and support to mattresses or pads while maximizing the use of materials, which also makes it an economical option. The Hatop mattress has been described as being more ‘cloud-like, which shows how much the egg crate design contributes to its overall softness.
The Hatop Deluxe uses a “cooling” memory foam that’s both pressure relieving and temperature-sensitive. This material regulates your dog’s body temperature, so they stay cool when laying on the bed in hot temperatures and feel warm in cold weather. It can be helpful for older dogs who no longer have to regulate their body temperature like they did when they were younger and still had all their fur!
The Deluxe version also has a waterproof inner lining and a removable outer cover. The cover is made from 100% polyester with built-in loops to make removing and putting it back on easy. A zipper around the perimeter of the bed makes removing the cover even easier and convenient for you and your pup!
- Length: 25 inches;
- Weight: 14 pounds;
- Available Sizes: Small, Medium, Large
Different sizes – The Hatop comes in three sizes: small (20×26), medium (27×38), and large (34×50). Our review will focus on the medium as that was most relevant to my own 150lb Great Dane. Other than their weight limit, each size of the Hatop has the same features.
Best Hatop Memory Foam Dog Beds – FAQ
How do you clean a large foam dog bed?
To clean the foam bed thoroughly we should first vacuum it to get any dust or hair that may have snuck in, and then soak it in a hot water mixed with some mild detergent, use our hands to work the soap into the foam, and maybe even put something heavy on it to hold it down while it soaks.
Is memory foam good for dog beds?
Memory foam is one of the most comfortable and durable materials dog beds are available in. Although slightly expensive, memory foam is comparatively high performance than spring and polyfoam beds. Originally developed and designed by NASA, it is a highly resilient and supportive mattress material.
How do you wash a memory foam dog bed?
How to Clean Foam Dog Beds
Remove the outside cover to the foam bed using the zipper on the side.
Place the cover in the washing machine and set the water temperature to cold.
Fill your bathtub halfway full with warm water.
Empty the soapy water from the tub and fill it back up with just water.
How do you deodorize a foam dog bed?
Apply a solution of half white vinegar and half water lightly on the surface and allow it to dry.
The vinegar smell will dissipate.
Using a citrus-based cleaning product, spray the foam piece(s) lightly, and allow to dry.
Can you wash dog bed stuffing?
All of your dog’s bedding, including the cover and stuffing, should be washed at a minimum of 140 degrees Fahrenheit using pet-safe detergent and stain remover.
Dry the dog bed in the dryer on the highest temperature setting but air-dry the stuffing in the sun as it may clump or overheat in your dryer.
Can you machine wash the memory foam dog beds?
You can use a machine for washing the cover and foam of the dog bed. Use cold water in the machine and mix it with detergent and then add the cover and foam of your dog bed. Use slow speeds so that the cover and foam could remain safe from wear and tear in the process of cleaning and washing in the machine.
Is memory foam toxic to dogs?
Often purchased for elderly dogs to ensure maximum orthopedic support, memory foam beds are easily one of the most toxic beds available. It is designed to mold to the body but because of this, it can cause difficulty when your dog wants to turn over especially for one that has poor mobility.
Do calming dog beds really work?
Short answer: Yes. Science says calming beds can work when they incorporate all the parts needed to have an effect on your doggo, but unfortunately, not all calming beds are made equally.
Which is better orthopedic or memory foam?
If you have joint/back pain, an orthopedic mattress could be your best option. If you’re a light sleeper and easily disturbed by your partner, choose a pocket sprung or memory foam mattress instead of an open coil. The only way to truly know if a particular mattress is right for you is to try it out.
Can you wash memory foam?
Can memory foam pillows be washed in the washing machine
Can you wash the egg crate foam dog bed?
Based on the size of the egg crate, its thickness, and the durability of the material, you may be able to wash it in your washing machine. With a standard machine, however, you run the risk of foam tearing due to the agitation. Set the washing machine to the gentlest cycle and use a small amount of mild detergent.
How can I clean my dog’s mattress?
How to Clean a Dog Bed
Vacuum the bed. Vacuuming your dog’s bed helps to remove dog hair, dirt, and other debris.
Remove and wash the bed cover. Most dog beds have removable covers.
Use stain remover. Washing the dog bed may not remove all the stains from the dog bed cover.
Dry the bed.
How do you disinfect foam?
Pour a mixture of one part gentle laundry detergent and two parts water. Be sure to mix the solution well and spray it over the entire foam surface. Let the solution sit on the foam for about 30 minutes, then rinse it out with the garden hose. Push on the foam to remove the water it has soaked up.
Can I put foam in the dryer?
The chemicals in memory foam can cause a reaction from the intense heat of the dryer and cause a fire. Therefore, never put memory foam into the dryer. It’s more beneficial to the material to air dry in the fresh air under direct sunlight if possible.
How do you get dog urine out of a foam cushion?
Alternative 1: Vinegar and baking soda
How much stuffing do you put in a dog bed?
my dogs seem to be pretty finicky about what beds they like and don’t like, and when we do find one they like, they manage to destroy them pretty easily.
How often should you wash a dog bed?
Keeping Your Pet’s Bed Clean
How do you dry dog bed stuffing?
Place the stuffed animal in a mesh laundry bag or pillowcase and wash on the delicate cycle using less than the regular amount of detergent, advises Good Housekeeping. Before placing it in the dryer, squeeze out excess water, return the toy to a mesh bag or pillowcase, and dry on low.
How do you wash a Reddy dog bed?
Machine wash cover separately on gentle cycle in cold water only with mild detergent.
Use non-chlorine bleach if needed.
Tumble dry low.
Reshape if needed.
Does foam kill dogs?
Can Styrofoam kill dogs?