8 Best Kinds of Dog Beds for Your Pets

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8 Best Kinds of Dog Beds for Your Pets

We all love the comfort of our beds. After a long day of work, you go back home, eat, shower, and sleep until the next morning when you wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. It is hard to imagine how life would be without a bed and some quality sleep.

Like people, dogs love comfort too. They love to eat, drink, play, exercise, along with some grooming and quality sleep. Most people are keen to provide almost everything on the list except a good dog bed. Of course, some try to make an effort but providing old blankets is as far as they go. As for the rest, the dog can sleep anywhere from the couch to the floor, which is very uncomfortable.

So why not buy a good bed for your dog? It is important, and here are the reasons why

● To prevent weird dog behavior- your dog will take over your bed if they have to if they are not comfortable where they are
● To keep your dog healthy.
● To keep your dog warm.
● To protect your furniture.
● To allow some peaceful sleeping time.

That said. Choosing the perfect dog furniture for your pet is not easy. There are so many options available in the market, but not all will work in your favor. Factors that will determine the perfect bed for your dog include

● The dog breed.
● The age of your dog
● The size of your dog
● The specific behavior of your dog

In this article, you will discover 8 of the best dog beds in the market, according to what the experts say.

1. Standard Dog Beds
Standard dog beds come in different shapes, sizes, designs, colors, and materials.

The shapes include round, squire, rectangular, and oval.

When it comes to materials, denim, flannel, microfiber, faux suede, or fleece are the most common. They also have foam padding, polyester filling, or both. Others may contain cedar chips to avoid insects and bad smells.

What makes them great? It's the fact that they are comfortable, like a pillow, and are ideal for all types of dog breeds except the aged and the ones with orthopedic needs.

2. Orthopedic Dog Beds
If your dog is too old, has arthritis, or any other bone or muscle-related problems, then buying an orthopedic dog bed is the ideal option for you. These beds comprise; high-quality foam material and thick to provide the necessary support for your dog. It also helps relieve pressure on the joints.

Again, your options in the market will vary depending on the size, design, color, and shapes.

3. Donut Dog Beds
Donut beds are either oval or round, and the material on them is so soft. These beds have a rim around them, which serves as a pillow for your dog. It also creates a hollow space allowing your dog to sink in and curl inside the bed. Donut beds are so luxurious and so comfy. They are the ideal option if your dog likes to curl.

4. Nest Dog Beds
Nest beds are more like standard dog beds apart from the raised edges. The rims can either surround the whole bed or just a part of it. In fact, some of them look like a couch or a sofa. Nest dog beds are cute and so comfy. They are the perfect option if your dog likes to lean back or curl.

5. Kennel Dog Beds
Kennel beds are for putting inside a crate or kennel. They are much better and more comfortable than old blankets. Most kennel beds are easy to clean or water-resistant, but that will depend on the manufacturer. They are ideal to buy if your dog stays in the kennel for long periods. Better yet, every dog should have a bed in the crate or kennel.

6. Cooling Dog Beds
If you notice that your dog likes to lay on the floor, especially after an engaging activity or hot day, it's probably looking to enjoy some cool sensation. In that case, you need to buy a cooling bed for your dog pet. Cooling beds are basically plastic filled with some gel-like liquid or water to create a comfy surface and keep your dog cool.

7. Heated Dog Beds
If it's too cold, you might want to create a warm environment to protect your dog, and heated beds are just perfect for that. They are also ideal to buy for dog breeds such as Dobermans, Great Danes, Boxers, and German Shorthaired Pointers that are more sensitive to cold.

8. Raised Dog Beds
Raised beds are commonly available in the market. They are simply beds raised above the ground. Examples of raised dog beds include

● Standard raised beds
● Raised orthopedic beds
● Raised nest beds
● Raised frame with a mattress inside

There are different types of frame materials for raised dog beds. These are

● Plastic
● Wood
● Metal
● Wicker

Raised dog beds are comfortable, cute, and versatile. The best part about them is that you can match them with the style of your home. They are also perfect for keeping your dog from the dirty and cold floor and insects.

Raised beds are convenient for most dogs with the following exceptions,

● Dogs with arthritis and orthopedic needs
● Dog breeds such as Dachshunds that are likely to have backbone problems

According to experts, dogs spend at least 10 hours or more sleeping every day. That's an indication that resting and quality of sleep is important to them as it is to us.

As you look out for yourself, remember your dog pet as well.

Consider these options to find the dog bed that is best suited for your needs.

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