We love big dogs! On our website, you’ll find the very best extra large dog beds. See which dog bed suits which large dog breed the best and why.
Giant Breed Dog Beds by Type
- Best Orthopedic Dog Bed for Large Dogs
- Best Elevated Dog Beds and Sofa Beds for Large Dogs
- Best Dog Beds for Nesting
- Best Bolstered Dog Bed
Best XXL Dog Beds Reviewed
Here are our top performers by comfort, durability, and value for money.
1. Big Barker – Most Comfortable Orthopedic
Best for Great Danes, Boxers and all Mastiff Breeds (Tibetan, English, Boerbulls, Rottweilers, etc.) The bed size goes up to 48″ x 60″. It includes a 10-year “no-flattening” warranty and 1-year free trial! Read our review.
2. K9 Ballistics – Large Chew Resistant Dog Bed
Best for Great Danes, Greyhounds, Scotting Deerhounds, and lighter XXL dog breeds. The bed size goes up to 40″ x 68″. It’s a comparatively thinner 5″ dog bed but comes with a 120 day “Chew Proof” Warranty. Read our review.
3. Petfusion –
Best for Labradors, Golden Retrievers, Bernese Mountain Dogs, and German Shepards. Up to 40″ x 50″
4. Sealy –
Best for Labs, Border Collies, and Huskies. Up to 38″ x 40″ (Not XXL)
5. The Dog’s Bed – Budget XXL Option
Best for Great Danes (on a budget). Up to 44″ x 64″.
Best Large Dog Beds by Breed
Getting the right dog bed for your exact breed can mean the difference between years of comfortable sleep and painful nightly joint pain. Though most big dogs seem to have similar needs, this is far from the case.
Each breed has strengths and weaknesses which can be curtailed with proper sleep management. This includes things the like correct level of cushioning or proper sleeping height.
Let’s explore each breed individually and see which large or extra-large dog beds suits them the best.
Bernese Mountain Dog
meningitis, elbow dysplasia, hip dysplasia, histiocytosis, ataxia, shaking puppy syndrome and progressive retinal atrophy.
Boxers have a great predisposition to suffering from several heart problems, as well as skin conditions
The most common Doberman diseases include; dilated cardiomyopathy, Wobbler syndrome, intervertebral disc disease and von Willebrand disease. Dobermans also commonly suffer from; cataracts, deafness and skin problems
dilated cardiomyopathy, Wobbler syndrome, stomach dilation and hip dysplasia.
hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, pulmonary stenosis, cataracts and retinal dysplasia.
hip dysplasia, entropion, elbow dysplasia, Wobbler syndrome and ataxia.
subaortic stenosis, elbow dysplasia, hip dysplasia and/or cataracts.
Rottweiler dog breeds are also prone to deafness and pancreatitis.