Dog Beds

Yes, your furry friends can curl up and sleep almost anywhere — a trait humans...

Yes, your furry friends can curl up and sleep almost anywhere — a trait humans wish they had. But dogs, like their owners, need their own beds.

And it’s not just beneficial for your four-legged friend!

If you keep a few pooch-only pet beds around the house, you can get a good night’s sleep every now and then — especially if you’ve got a big dog who insists on taking up half the bed. A pet’s bed can be a great source of comfort and relaxation, psychologically associated in your pet’s mind with a space that’s entirely their own.

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What Kinds of Dog Beds Are Out There?

There are tons of dog beds on the market, and what you get is up to you.

It’s a good idea to watch your dog before you invest though — are there specific types of places he or she likes better than others? For example, if your dog likes to curl up in large boxes, a crate-style bed with a canopy might really be a perfect choice. If they like hugging your body pillow, a bolster could be “the one.” Watch your dog closely to see what makes them feel at home.

Most Popular Types of Dog Beds

Here’s a basic list of popular dog beds. Keep in mind that some are designed to support your pet’s medical and therapeutic needs as well:

  • Flat pads or mats
  • Snuggle beds, which are similar to bean bag chairs
  • Cuddler or nest beds, which come in the traditional oval shape
  • Bolsters, which have one long side along with a built-in pillow
  • Donut-shaped beds, which are circular bolsters with a removable center pillow
  • Waterproof beds (great for aging pets with incontinence)
  • Orthopedic beds that have medical-grade foam or box-spring construction to support old joints
  • Heated beds, which is perfect for small dogs who get cold or those with arthritis
  • Travel beds — These can be a great portable accessory to curb your dog’s anxiety when traveling to new places
  • Cot-style beds help keep your dog off the ground while distributing the dog’s weight evenly

How to Choose a Dog Bed

So how do you go about choosing a dog bed amongst the sheer diversity of choices available? The good news is that dogs are nowhere nearly as close to being as finicky as cats. Chances are good that if you buy a dog bed, they’ll still enjoy it and use it regularly.

However, it’s a good idea to take your dog shopping with you for dog beds. Consider these factors when choosing the best dog bed:

  • Fit — your dog’s limbs and head should not be dangling off the edge
  • Washing ease — Make sure to look for a machine washable bed
  • Safety — Even though it seems fun to you, try and go for a minimalist bed, with few buttons or ribbons for your dog to chew on
  • Stuffing — There are several options, such as inexpensive foam filling, orthopedic foam, gel, and even cedar chips

Encourage Good Doggy Sleep Hygiene Early

Good sleep hygiene is essential for both you and your dog, and a dog bed can be the key to maintaining this. Studies show that having a dog sleep in your room can help improve your sleep quality, but it’s best if they have their own bed to sleep on and toss and turn at will.

Over time, your dog’s bed will become a source of comfort and signal for stress-free relaxation. It’s essential to give your dog this oasis, even in the comfort of a family home. A dog bed goes a long way in encouraging young puppies to stay asleep through the night, and older dogs to retreat to a supportive spot.


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