Snooza Pet Products is a Melbourne based business that began by making their famous Original Dog Bed and Pet Futon nearly thirty years ago. Since then, the product range has grown considerably to cater for cats and now includes pet toys and accessories. Snooza products are proudly made in Australia using Australian materials wherever possible.
Snooza Buddy has exterior walls finished in stylish upholstery fabric. The inside and soft cushion top are covered with grey toned faux fur. The cushion and body have separate, washable covers and separate, washable inner lining. The cushion is filled with the amazingly soft Snoozafill filling which is also washable. The base has a non-slip surface to keep the bed from sliding.
Please refer to the Dog Bed Guide to help choose the correct bed for your dog.
What is Snoozafill?
Snoozafill is Snooza’s unique blend of foam and fibre specifically designed for pets. It provides the perfect combination of stability and comfort, making it soft enough for your dog to ‘nest’ but firm enough to cushion and support. It is also machine washable. The filling can be topped-up if needed, by simply removing the cover and unzipping the lining.
Half kilo refill packs are available on special order. Please email for price and delivery.
Small – approx 53cm x 50cm
Medium – approx 64cm x 60cm
Large – approx 80cm x 72cm
Extra Large – approx 98cm x 85cm
Dog Bed Guide
When choosing the correct bed for your dog, you will need to take account of:
1) the size of your dog and,
2) how your dog normally sleeps. Does your dog curl up, or does it sprawl?
For dogs that prefer to curl up to sleep, a soft-walled bed, or donut style may be suitable. Remember that your dog must be able to curl into the internal sleep area of the bed. Please do not take account of the bed’s overall dimensions. Ideally, measure your dog whilst sleeping to determine the minimum internal bed dimensions required.
For dogs that sprawl when asleep a mattress, or pillow style bed is recommended. The bed should be large enough to support your dog’s head and body whilst sleeping. Ideally, measure your dog whilst sleeping to gauge the correct sized bed.