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The dog bed can be as simple as your old pillow, or as fancy as a wrought iron frame with lace canopy. Your choice depends on your taste, budget and decoration. But you may find that your dog doesn't like the dog bed you carefully selected for it. So what kind of dog bed is the best for your dog?
Pay attention to where your dog feels most comfortable, because this can help you decide which bed is best and the basic style of the dog bed. Blankets or cushions are relatively cheap and fit in a crate. Nesting/snuggling beds are similar to bean bag chairs and are usually liked by puppies who like to curl up. Hug beds/nesting beds are in a "traditional" oval bowl shape, and cushions can be used. Used as a pillow, usually big dogs like it. The donut-shaped bed is a round cushion with a movable central pillow.
Outdoor beds are suitable for outdoor use or pets with incontinence; homemade beds are cheap and easy to customize. There are many tutorials on how to make your own dog bed, just make sure you are using safe materials and it can hold it, especially if your dog likes to chew.
Older dogs or dogs with medical needs need special dog beds. Orthopedic beds support older dogs with very large joints. They usually have medical grade foam and/or box spring structures. The heated bed keeps the dog's body warm. This is good for dogs who are prone to colds or dogs with arthritis worsened by colds.
The travel bed is portable, so your dog can have the security of the same bed every night during the journey. For dogs who are anxious in a new place, this can help them relax and get some sleep. This type of bed allows your dog to stay away from the ground and comfortably support the joints by evenly distributing the dog's weight. And they are usually easy to transport.
There are many factors to consider, including size, cost, comfort, your dog's medical needs, convenience, etc. Before you make a decision, you should do some research and consult the veterinarian about your dog's needs.
When choosing the best dog bed, there are several factors to consider: Whether it fits the dog's size, make sure your dog can lie on the bed; head and limbs should not hang on the edges. The dog's bed also needs to be easy to wash, and the snacks that the dog eats are very easy to fall on the bed. And the owner may wipe the ointment on the dog's eyes or ears on the bed, which will stain the dog bed. So the ability to throw the bed into the washing machine is very important, even if it is not the key, allergic dogs will benefit from frequent bed washing.
Finally, dogs like to dig holes, bite, etc. This is related to their instinct. If you buy a beautiful dog bed and get bitten by a dog before long, don’t feel too distressed. When choosing a dog bed, you can choose a dog bed that is made of more durable materials and will not be easily bitten by the dog.