How to Choose a Dog Bed For Your Canine Pal

There is always a little celebration along with buying accessories for our pets. This is an opportunity to spoil them and show them how much we love them. When you are looking for a dog bed for your dog, you have a question in your mind: “what is the right bed for my dog? Well. It’s this easy:

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The first thing that you need to consider when choosing a pet bed is the quality of the bed. When you invest in a quality pet bed, your dog can rest properly and enjoy a better quality of life, which means, good physical health and emotional well-being.

Also, a high quality dog bed’s fabric is resilient to stain, fluids, odor and bacteria and won’t rip easily which means it will last for a long time. A good dog bed filling is one that keeps its shape after lying on it over and over again (just like a good mattress). The filling, whether it’s fiber or foam, should support the dog with much comfort.

The next factor when choosing a pet bed, is the dog’s size. Naturally you want to make sure that the bed fits the dog’s size, so he/she can use the bed appropriately and comfortably. So that’s easy but you still ask yourself, “What is the right dog bed for my dog?”

Now, you need to think about tk maxx dog bed your dog’s sleeping habits and personality. What kind of sleeper is your dog? My dog, Zoe, likes to stretch her limbs when she sleeps, and looks like she gets five times bigger in her sleep…. she needs all the space that she can have and for this type of a sleeper, the right dog bed is rectangular or round one, with no bolster or cushion to limit the extra room.

Another type of sleeper is the “curler”. Some dogs like to curl when they sleep (like cats) and these dogs would enjoy a pet bed that they can curl in, like a donut bed. A donut shaped bed allows them to curl inside comfortably.

Other dogs which are shy or timid, like to “hide” when they sleep. These sleepers will enjoy resting in beds that they can hide in and feel protected and have some privacy. Beds shaped like slippers, tents and snuggles fit the bill here. By the way, snuggles are fun for many small dogs, but also a great choice for cats and ferrets.