A little about Elaine
Where it all began...
It was Chelsea – Elaine’s ruby Cavalier that inspired her to design a luxury dog bed that ticked off all the boxes she felt were important: baby-soft fabrics; double-stitching; reversible (like 2 beds in one); safe, one-piece construction; enough stuffing to survive the ‘squish’ test & best of all a shape that mimicked your pups’ favorite curled up sleeping position – no digging required! And, of course, it also had to look good! And so, in 2004, with the help of her then partner Judy McAuliff, the Puppy Hugger C-shape dog bed was born. Before long the dynamic duo introduced beds in all shapes & sizes, & a full line of luxury pet accessories including pet blankets, crate pads and pet carrier inserts.
Customer service is what helps us stand out from the crowd. We’re always available to listen to special requests & want nothing more than for everyone’s pet to love their dog bed or pet blanket for a long time.
To start customizing your dog’s bed, head over to the luxury dog beds section now!
Puppy Hugger Luxury Dog Beds
Puppy Hugger Luxury dog beds are designed to hug your puppy just like you do, and have succeeded in converting many a determined ‘couch potato’ to abandon the sofa (or your bed) for this cushier alternative. Our one-piece luxury dog beds are made for today’s lifestyle – easy to take with you wherever you go; easy-to-clean with nowhere for dust-bunnies to hide & machine-washable. Glamour & convenience for you; comfort & safety for your best friends – these one-piece dog beds have it all!
The best way to describe them is touchy-feely. Brilliant, non-fading colors have led to our extensive line of people-sized throws – especially popular with college kids.
It started with Chelsea & Magic whose sleeping habits inspired the Puppy Hugger line. Now there’s a whole team of product-testers of all sizes (from an 8lb Havanese to 120lb Mastiff) making sure your best friends get exactly what they want. At The Puppy Hugger, our dog beds, as with all of our products, never go out less than perfect.