Dogs spend almost half their lives sleeping, so it’s important to get them a bed that’s comfy, supportive and made to last.
Just as every puppy should have a crate, every dog should have a bed. Like crates, beds offer your pup a sense of security and a place of her own, a place to get away when they are tired or just needs quiet time. Chances are, it will become their favorite spot in your home.
When we are thinking about dog beds, the same considerations apply. For instance, older, arthritic dogs are going to need greater support from their dog bed, while hairless breeds may need a warmer bed they can nestle into. Big dogs will require more space to spread out, so a flat, rectangular bed would be more beneficial.