Well, At Least This $1,000 Dog Bed Has a 'Dog-Centered' Design

Before you drift off to sleep one final treat: a dog bed that costs $1,000. No, not your bed, and not a large pillow you place on the floor. This is something else entirely.


Bloomberg published an article on Tuesday headlined “The One Time You can Justify Spending $1,045 on a Dog Bed,” which is just begging me to mock it. Yes, it’s part of a feature called “The One,” no that doesn’t make it any less absurd, not to me at least.

Bloomberg recommends the MiaCara Letto dayBed, which is soft, washable, features a reversible matters and side panels that “resemble the curled edges of a leaf, giving pets a gentle ease of security.” Might this dog bed company have invented...the couch. As the ad photo on the brand’s website indicates, this is a bed for the seriously disillusioned dog with a high, noble collar.


But all, I, the consumer of dog beds, really care about is that the product has a “‘dog-centered design.” Ding ding ding! Anyway, it’s either that dog sleeper or approximately 41 wrist watches. I think we can put this dog blog to bed now.

contributing writer, nights

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Fuck me! You can’t even get one quickly... they have a pop-up window that appears when you access the site announcing the whole effing company is on vacation!

What the fucking fuck.