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Choosing the Right Bed for Your Dog

There are a lot of factors that you will need to consider when buying your pet the dog bed he needs. Not only should you consider the size of your pet but also that of his breed so you will have an idea of the kind of temperament he will have. Then, you can find him the dog bed that will truly make him relaxed and calm. But then there are also other important things that you should take into account such as the durability and sustainability of your pet's dog bed. Keep on reading this article so you will finally know how to choose the best dog bed for your beloved pet.

  • Durability

The sturdiness of your dog bed will always depend on the kind of temperament he has. For example, if you have a very aggressive dog; who when he gets bored will chew on his blanket and pillow, or perhaps scratch the dog bed with his sharp claws, then you should make sure that the dog bed you will choose is the one that is sturdy and has thicker cushions.

  • Comfort

Comfort will definitely be achieved if you will consider the size of your dog before buying. It should not only be fit for his size but at the same time, clean and smelling fresh at all times. For these, you should ask about whether the dog bed you are buying are washable or not. If the dog bed cannot be washed, you can instead buy him a dog bed cover which you can remove when already dirty and then have washed. That way, you also keep fleas, ticks and other parasites away from your dog.

  • Depends On The Weather

If you live in a place with very cold climate, you should look for a heated bed which will definitely give your dog the most comfort. But then should you live in a place where it is very hot, then look for the Coolaroo dog bed which allows air to ventilate under the bed. This special type of dog bed is somewhat raised from the flooring making it cooler for your dog. It is very light and portable so you can bring it with you when traveling with your dog. Last but not least, take note that dogs love stretching out in their doggie beds, so it is best to make about 4 to 5 inches allowance on the doggie beds you will buy!