5 Best Dog Beds for Labradoodles in [2021]

The Labradoodle is an incredibly new crossbreed, the crossing of the Labrador and Poodle was initially done only to provide a seeing-eye dog to a lady that suffered from a dog hair allergy.

The Labradoodle not only sheds minimally, making him an ideal dog for those with allergies, but he also combines the intelligence of the Poodle, with the calm and friendly nature of the Labrador!

Best Dog Beds for Labradoodles

Last updated on 5 October 2021 20:01

If you’re lucky enough to own one of these incredible pooches, or currently on the lookout for the dog of your dreams, how about we help you get set up by running through some of the best dog beds for Labradoodles?!

It’s important to mention that this crossbreed, while incredibly popular – also suffers from owners buying them to be fashionable and then abandoning them when they realize they’re unable to take care of a dog – for that reason, we encourage you to adopt, not shop.

1. ASPCA Microtech 

This super cozy dog bed is ideal for the smaller Labradoodles and will keep your pooch cozy and warm, and not only that – but he’ll look stylish in his fancy little bed at the same time!

With three color options of plain blue, brown stripe and gray stripe to choose from, hopefully there will be one that fits with your home decor!

This bed is advertised as completely machine washable and tumble dryer safe, I do have to mention that some buyers have complained about stuffing coming loose during washing so I would recommend that if you buy this bed, you wash it very soon so that if it turns out you got a faulty item – you can return it within the returns period.

A lightweight bed, this can be taken on trips, although the bolster cushions while great for providing support to your pooch; can make this dog bed a little more cumbersome to carry around with you.

The soft and cozy inner section is as soft as can be but it’s the outer area of this so bed that’s so incredibly handy because it is covered in a wipe-clean fabric meaning that you can give it a quick wipe over and have it looking brand new.


  • Machine washable
  • Tumble dryer safe
  • Soft and cozy
  • Lightweight
  • Well filled bolster cushions


  • The filling starts to escape when washed
  • Sizing runs large
  • Seams and stitching are weak and poorly done
  • Not as padded as expected
  • Poor quality fabric

2. Brindle

The BRINDLE is a stylish and comfortable piece of furniture for your four-legged friend! With a shredded memory foam base, this bed won’t cause your pup to get too hot, as can often be the case with solid memory foam.

With additional breathability your dog gets the best of both worlds, with the support of the foam but airflow as you’d expect from some of the best-raised beds. Have you ever seen a dog bed that just looks so inviting that you want to sit down on it yourself?!

Well, now you have! It could be the warm and inviting colors, with khaki, red, stone, and teal all on offer – but not content with just plain colors – the guys at Brindle have added some piping detail to make for a more luxurious and chic aesthetic!


  • Shredded memory foam eliminates pressure points
  • More breathable than solid memory foam with all the support
  • Super soft microsuede cover
  • Incredibly durable
  • Machine washable and tumble dry safe


  • Smells strongly of chemicals after unpacking and needs washing immediately
  • The cover fabric isn’t as tough as expected
  • Clumpy and uneven filling
  • Some beds are underfilled
  • Stitching on seams isn’t the best

3. Hero Medium Mat

This dog bed mat from Hero Dog is exactly as described, not a big plush, fluffy dog bed with cushions galore – this is a simple padded mat akin to a bath mat, or if you’re a horsey person – kind of like a saddle pad!

An absolutely incredible option if you live in hotter climes that make a dog bed too warm, the mat is perfect for giving your pooch a little protection from the hard floor. Perhaps best of all – this is the ultimate crate liner!

It’s so lightweight, easy to wash, and fits into the crate easily! Just be aware that this mat doesn’t provide a ton of padding so if you have an aging dog, or one that likes big fluffy beds – he may not like this.

The bed comes in a fleece that is velvet-esque making it look very fancy indeed, and as it’s so thin – it’s really easy to pop in a corner of your home without making it look obvious that a big ol’ Labradoodle lives here! Available in four color options, you can choose between blue, gray, coffee and red.

This bed is designed to be tear-resistant, but that doesn’t mean that you can give it to your destructive dog and it will stand up to the challenge, but it does mean that it stands up to the rigors of being thrown in and out of the crate, and frequent washing!


  • A better option than a bed for dogs that run warm, or fussy pooches
  • Anti-slip base
  • Ideal for dog crates
  • The absolute easiest bed to travel with
  • Machine washable


  • Fabric isn’t as strong as expected
  • Not chew proof
  • Sizing runs small
  • Very thin – do not expect a bed, this is a mat
  • Anti-slip dots come loose over time

4. Animals Favorite

Animals Favorite

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This rectangular pet bed from Animals Favorite is super cute, coming in a rich chocolate brown color the dog bone and paw print design all over the outer fabric of this dog bed makes it truly unique.

One of the best dog beds for Labradoodles, this bed is fully machine washable, just throw it in the machine on a delicate cycle, then hang it up outside to dry – which takes very little time thanks to the poly fiberfill and polyester outer!

Many dog owners don’t understand the importance of bolster sides, thinking of them as a take it or leave it kind of feature, but actually, if your dog will lie on a bed with bolster cushions, like this one for example!

It’s far better for his body alignment and helps to relieve any stiffness from exercise, old age, or joint issues. The non-skid base is especially handy if you have a rambunctious little scamp of a Labradoodle that likes to do a running leap onto his bed!


  • Machine washable
  • Super softcover
  • Filled with 100% polyfill
  • Raised sides
  • Nonskid base


  • Definitely not for dogs that chew
  • Flattens over time
  • Sizing runs small
  • Not as padded as expected
  • Bolster cushions don’t stand up fully

5. The Dog’s Bed

The Dog’s Bed

as of 5 October 2021 20:01

This dog bed from The Dog’s Balls is a really nice rectangular bed that is made from the highest quality, medical-grade orthopedic foam to provide one of the best beds for Labradoodles around, especially those with joint issues, or stiffness.

Coming with not only a removable outer cover that is machine washable, this bed also has an inner cover that is machine washable. The inner cover is advertised as being waterproof, but it seems as though it’s more water-resistant as there have been instances of liquid getting through to the foam inner. 

Available in a multitude of trim color options, you can pick from brown with plush top, gray with black trim, gray with plush top, gray with blue trim, gray with green trim, gray with orange trim, or gray with pink trim.

With a six-inch step up, it’s not the lowest bed, but it should be low enough for dogs with joint problems to hop up onto.


  • Medical-grade orthopedic memory foam fill
  • Waterproof and removable inner cover
  • Inner cover can also be washed
  • Reasonably low step up for arthritic pooches
  • Comes in multiple sizes


  • When unpacked it has a strong chemical smell
  • The waterproof lining seems more water-resistant
  • Not as soft a sleep area as expected
  • Seams aren’t that tough
  • Zips could be attached more sturdily

Bottom Line

Perhaps a surprising winner, but we decided that the Hero Washable was our favorite because it’s just so unique. Most dog beds are huge, fluffy, and pretty gosh-darned heavy to lug around the place, but you don’t want your beloved pup to have to lay on the floor, so it seemed as though there wasn’t a better option.

But now, with this dog bed mat, you can literally fold this up and bring it with you when you’re heading out for lunch and pop it down in the outdoor seating area to make sure that your dog is as comfortable as you are!

Dr Sarah Robinson attended veterinary school at Oklahoma State University receiving a D.V.M. in 2008. Sarah’s longtime interest is to help people to better communicate with their pet companions, and in doing so, to help them to strengthen their relationships with their dogs and cats. Sarah has published numerous articles on canine feeding in pet related magazines, veterinary journals and leading natural health web sites.

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