Choosing the Best Bed For Your Pup
Dog beds come in a variety of styles and prices, from doggy beds made of inexpensive fabric to designer dog beds made of expensive materials. Dog beds can be inexpensive or fancy, cheap or expensive, and everything else in between. Even if your dog’s allowed to sleep in your bed, each dog deserves to have a dog bed of his or her own, or at least a few dog beds to spread out on the floor, especially if your dog spends much of its time in the house. A well-made dog bed should not only be used as a sleeping area for your dog, but also as a spot for him or her to play.
Of course, no matter what the material, dog beds are often more comfortable when made of something besides just fabric. Leather is both highly durable and long-lasting, but it is quite heavy and will require that your pet have an extra soft place to nap if he or she has to roll around in the bed. The fabric is nice, but it tends to wrinkle and shrink within a short amount of time, making it uncomfortable for your pet to launder. In addition, a cloth dog bed is far more practical than one that is made of heavy canvas or vinyl, which you may have to rent or buy if you decide you want to use it more than once.
Fortunately, the available options make it easy to find dog beds that are both comfortable and stylish, at affordable prices. One excellent choice is a portable sleeping stand. Made of durable polyester woven with extra thick foam and covered with durable plastic for strength, this product can be used for your dog’s sleeping on a camping trip, over winter at home, or even on an airplane.
The beds of this design are very roomy and comfortable. Like most of their competitors, they come in either platform top or split bottom designs. But the difference is in style. While most of the pet beds of Richardson come in square and rectangular shapes, the pet beds of this designer are available in both round and oval styles. This means that, depending on the size of your dog, you can choose between a chic, classic design like the original design of the Best Friend Bed or something more modern, like the chic “Cleveland Circle” dog beds by Richard Stanley.
Of course, since these are dog beds, you have to consider what kind of stuffing the cover is made from. Many of these beds are lined with fleece or cotton for extra warmth. Other models, like those made by Petunia Pickle Bottom are lined with nylon or microfiber. So, depending on whether you want a little extra warmth or a super-comfortable mattress for your pet, you can choose from the many different types of materials.
Some dog beds come in matching crate pads. These dog beds are ideal for crate-trained dogs like Labradors and Spaniels. The pads make the bed safer and more comfortable for the animal. In fact, some animal lovers even choose these dog beds because the matching crate pads ensure a clean surface every time the pets are inside the crate.
You may also want to consider washable dog beds. There are several different brands and styles that come in washable styles. They are made of durable, washable materials. You can wash them by hand or in the washing machine. Most of them do not require dry cleaning.
In addition, there are several styles to choose from. One is the traditional foam pillow-top which gives your pups the best bed ever. You can also go for the waterproof memory foam pillow-top that will keep your pup’s sleeping area fresh and protected. Then, there is the air-filled dog beds that are ideal for active dogs or puppies. For pet owners who are worried about their pet’s sleeping area, you can also choose the wire frame ones which are extremely durable and offer utmost comfort and support.