The Wolf Nest is a female run small business based in Venice, California.  We strive to make comfortable dog beds that add to the aesthetic of your home rather than compromise it. As dog owners ourselves, we struggled to find beautiful dog beds with quality filling and thus created our own -- only the best for our fur babies!

The Wolf Nest products are handmade locally in downtown Los Angeles. We source and use deadstock fabric to make our pillows ethically. Deadstock fabrics are excess fabric from large fashion houses that would otherwise wind up in landfills. Our dog beds and pillows are made from these fabrics which mean they are limited editions and that fabrics will vary from season to season. 


We made a conscious decision to use locally sourced deadstock fabric and hypo-allergenic memory foam. Every detail is considered in terms of quality, functionality, and beauty. Our dog beds are available as a pillow cover only or pillow and insert option.

Pillow covers are great if you are looking to freshen up your existing dog bed with a new cover, or want to fill your bed with custom filling. Pillow covers are made from a variety of fabrics including linen, canvas, twill, and velveteen. They are machine washable with a brass zipper closure for easy removal and have a durable canvas bottom that makes it easy to brush off hair build up.

Pillows with inserts are removable pillow covers  filled with hypo-allergenic, mattress quality shredded memory foam in our handmade inserts.  Pillow inserts include an outer pouch with velcro closure filled with a removable lavender sachet to keep your dog and pillow smelling fresh for longer. The lavender is calming for your pet and a natural mosquito repellent. You can add a personal item to your pillow, embodying your scent and helping to create freedom from separation anxiety.

New beds may smell foreign to your pet. Help them adjust to their new bed by laying a worn t-shirt with your scent on it to make them feel more comfortable.


With each purchase made, we donate a portion of the proceeds to local Los Angeles based rescue centers that aid in saving at risk dogs and cats. These proceeds go directly toward their rescue efforts, aiding in emergency medical costs, and helping with any training process necessary in facilitating a transition toward finding them a new home.