Tips To Choose Designer Dog Beds For Ultimate Comfort

by Sharon Jones Content Marketing

Summary: Does your four-legged family member share your bed? While there’s nothing wrong with it, pets need their own place to sleep. This guide on choosing beds for dogs will help you.


Beds for dogs can be of various types, and the physical, as well as online stores, have hundreds and thousands of products worth exploring. Understandably, choosing the right one can become an overwhelming chore instead of enjoyable. Shopping is a fun-filled experience for most people, especially when they’re in search of products for their loved ones. Pet parents wish to feel the same way, but too many choices make things difficult for them. Additionally, buying the wrong item will end up being a waste of money. That’s why this topic deserves your attention. Here you’ll learn how to select the right product for your pooch to hit the sack.


Measurements: If you measure your pet before buying clothes, you need to do the same thing ahead of purchasing designer dog beds. Unlike the ones manufactured for humans, there aren’t any predefined sizes for doggies. Naturally, you can’t invest in a product that catches your eye. It may not accommodate your pet at all, or it will turn out larger than you needed. That’s why you should avoid eyeballing the size of the products you run into during your search. It’s also worthwhile to buy an item one size bigger than your fur-ball.


Age: Indeed, the age of your furry friend is also crucial. Whether you have a small or large breed, they may develop joint issues as they grow older. These animals will find it much more comfortable stretching out instead of curling up. Manufacturers even create designer dog beds using memory foam, a unique substance perfect for senior pets. So, you may think about more substantial cots or opt for the ones with memory foam.


Personality: Every animal, whether it’s a dog, cat, or anything else, is different in one way or another. They sleep in various positions. So, you can’t afford to forget to consider the personality of your pet while buying. In this instance, selecting a product based on the size of your pooch should do the trick. If your pet curls up into a ball, a relatively small cot will be perfect. Conversely, if he/she likes to stretch out, a large bed with a lot of room is better.


Washable: Yes, you must keep an eye out for washable products. Based on the materials used in manufacturing it, you may have to wash the cot to get rid of dirt and debris along with parasitic insects. Your pet may attract critters like fleas and mites during walks. The animal’s saliva, hair, and bacteria can also accumulate on the cot. Therefore, it’s best to resort to easily removable bedding or the ones manufactured using anti-bacterial and waterproof fabric materials.


Don’t forget the fillings


Finally, you need to look into the substances used as the fillers of the cot. Inferior products have foam shards, pellets, and other soft materials in them. While they aren’t expensive, they will cost you in the long run. After all, they deteriorate very fast. Washing them can be quite challenging too. In that regard, memory foam beds are the best. As long as you stick to these guidelines, finding the right bedding for your canine buddy will be a breeze.


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