Elevated cots are useful for training your pup to "place" and they also make cooling and comfortable beds. 4Legs4Pets cots are lightweight, can be brought outdoors, and are easy to clean.
Comfortable, sturdy, lightweight, and stackable
Made for both indoor and outdoor use
The 5” height is perfect for all pets, including short-legged breeds and those with joint & arthritic issues
The open weave mesh fabric promotes airflow. Simply hose or wipe off for cleaning – no need to remove the cover
All cot parts are made and produced with USA materials in Van Buren, Arkansas – you know your pet is using a safe product!
Choosing your unique colour combination
To get an idea of how your colour choices would look, head over to 4Legs4Pets Build a Cot™ page here. Colours (especially teal) may differ in real life. Chat with us when in doubt!
Accessories sold separately
Leg Grippers & Leg Plugs are NOT included – order those separately here.
How to assemble your cot
Materials & Construction
USA-made open weave vinyl coated polyester yarn
47 strands per square inch construction
1,200 hours of UV protection before colour would start to fade slightly
AO to protect from cracking and deteriorating from the sun
Sewn with nylon thread
Resists mould, mildew, moisture, odour, fleas, and mites
Adjustable lace-up style for periodic tightening, if desired
Sewn, laced, and grommeted in 4Legs4Pets Arkansas factory
USA-made braided polypropylene
USA-made nickel-plated brass
USA-made steel, 7/8" diameter
Unique square-end for longer life
Crimped, washed, and baked on powder-coat painted in 4Legs4Pets Arkansas factory
Injection moulded in 4Legs4Pets Arkansas factory
How to determine the best cot size for your pet
What is the size and weight of your pet?
Small breeds and cats: 22x22″ (holds up to 68kg)
Medium to large breeds: 30x22" or 40x22" (holds up to 58kg), 30x30" or 40x40" (holds up to 45kg), 40x30" (holds up to 55kg)
Large breeds like GSD and Great Danes: 52″ x 30″ (holds up to 58kg)
Does your pet like to curl up or stretch out?
The square size is great for pets who like to snuggle or curl, while the rectangle is best for stretching out.
Will he/she be sharing with another pet?
Depending on the size of your pets, most can share any size cot. Heavier multiple pets should use a rectangle cot, while smaller breeds love the square shape.
Square cot vs rectangle - which should you choose?
The pet’s weight gravitates to the centre of a square cot. A heavier pet should use the rectangle cot as their weight would be better distributed. Rectangles conveniently fit under most furniture and upright in a closet when not in use.
How much space do you have?
Measure the area where your pet is resting. We recommend that you tape off the area with masking tape, then select a cot size that’s closest to those measurements.
*We try our best to keep product information and images up to date but take note that they only serve as a guide. Colours may vary depending on your screen. While it doesn't happen often, changes by manufacturers may take some time to reflect on our site. When in doubt, chat with us!