September 13, 2022 4 min read
Like humans, dogs love sleep and on average sleep 12-14 hours a day. That means a good portion of their time is spent in dreamland. While they sleep, its important that they are comfortable so they can rest well and have sweet dreams filled with squeaky toys, healthy treats and Doggy Jelly. A comfortable dog bed will help them get through their active days with gusto and energy to spare.
A welcoming bed for your pup will provide a safe environment for them to snooze in peace as well as give you peace of mind knowing that even when you’re not home with them, they’re resting comfortably. When dogs sleep soundly, it gives them the energy needed to bond more closely with their owners over long walks around the park or at the beach—and who doesn't love bonding time?
With so many options out there, choosing the right dog bed for your pet can be confusing. Here are some things to consider:
Size: Measure your dog (and measure again) to be sure that you purchase a bed that is large enough for them, but not so large that they get lost in it.
Age: Consider whether your dog will benefit from an orthopedic bed. If they have joint problems or aren’t as spritely as they once were, an orthopeadic dog bed could help them stay comfortable and pain-free into their golden years.
Location: Make sure that you have somewhere to put the bed at home. Your dog may be delighted with it during the initial sales pitch, but if it ends up looking like a giant blob in your living room, neither of you will want to use it for long.
Cleanliness: Some beds are made of fabrics that are easier to clean than others. If your pet has a tendency to make messes or shed copiously, look for a material that can be wiped down easily or washed in the machine without damage.* Personal preference: Remember—it’s all about what works best for you and your four-legged companion!
Orthopedic beds are a natural fit for pets with joint ailments. Getting your buddy off the ground will help them stay away from dust, mould, and other allergens found on the floor.
If your pooch is having trouble getting up and down from the floor, an orthopedic bed could be just what they need to help them join in on family snuggle time again.
Ortho beds can help keep your dog cool in summer—how? By choosing a cotton fabric that allows air circulation! There really is a difference!
No matter their age or size, dogs love being comfortable and they love their own space.
Most dog beds come with removable covers that can easily be tossed in the laundry when they need a good cleaning. Looking for one that is commercial quality and won't fray, fade or fall apart is important.
An orthopeadic dog bed will keep your canine companion healthy and happy.
It'll also preserve your home's integrity.
Orthopeadic beds help alleviate anxiety.
They promote better sleep, too!
While a comfortable dog is a happy dog, it's also a healthy dog. And that's exactly what you'll get with an orthopedic canine mattress: A well-rested pup who can live his best life.
Besides improving your pet’s general quality of life, the bed can help him feel refreshed and invigorated after a good night’s sleep. That means more energy for things like running around at the park, playing fetch with his favourite ball, or learning to roll over. But that's not all—the bed will help support your furry friend's joints as he ages gracefully into doggie adulthood as well.
The mattress can even be beneficial for pets who have anxiety issues or other sleep problems. It may take some time for your dog to fully adjust to his new nightly digs, but once he does he'll realise it was worth it—and so will you!
When making an investment in an orthopedic dog bed (or any product really), the purchase should pay off somehow if you don't want to end up wasting money on something that will immediately break down or become obsolete within a few weeks or months of buying it. Fortunately, this mattress won't fall into either category: It's made from high-quality materials and is designed to be durable enough for years of use by any four-legged friend who needs something comfy to lie on at night (or day)! While many might think that dogs are easygoing creatures who would be happy even if they were lying down on top of nails all day long - this isn't true! - I'm sure most pet owners would agree with me when I say our pets deserve better! Anything less than perfection when it comes time to rest their heads after spending hours being active outside (or inside) doesn't suit. Having something soft and supportive beneath them while they snooze really makes all the difference in making sure they get enough snoozes without waking up feeling sore tomorrow morning!